Konica Minolta, Inc.
Konica Minolta, Inc. operates a holding company with interests in printing equipment manufacturing and distribution, the manufacture and sale of office equipment, imaging systems, optical devices, and measuring instruments. It operates through the following business domains: Offices, Production Printing, Performance Materials Business, Optics and Sensing Business, Sensing, Healthcare Business, Industrial Inkjet Business and Planetarium Business. The Offices domain is in charge of the global deployment of office equipment, centering on multi-functional peripherals and laser printers. The Production Printing domain applies resources in the form of their own digital printing technology, broad product line and global support system. The Performance Materials domain presents business by TAC film for LCD polarizers, barrier film, and functional film for windows, high-precision photo plates and organic light emitting diode lighting. The Optics and Sensing Business includes high value-added pickup lenses for optical disks and glass substrates for HDDs. The Sensing domain utilizes advanced light-measuring technologies to provide customers with products for precise measurements. The Healthcare Business serves the healthcare field with products that use digital imaging technology. The Industrial Inkjet Business targets industrial inkjet markets, including high-performance print heads, multi-function inks, print units for label printing and textile printing systems. The Planetarium Business manufactures planetariums and projectors. The company was founded by Rokusaburo Sugiura in April 1873 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.