Konica Minolta is a Japanese technology company headquartered in Marunouchi, Chiyoda, Tokyo, with offices in 49 countries worldwide. The company manufactures business and industrial imaging products, including copiers, laser printers, multi-functional peripherals (MFPs) and digital print systems for the production printing market. Konica Minolta’s Managed Print Service (MPS) is called Optimised Print Services. The company also makes optical devices, including lenses and LCD film; medical and graphic imaging products, such as X-ray image processing systems, colour proofing systems, and X-ray film; photometers, 3-D digitizers, and other sensing products; and textile printers. It formerly also had camera and photo operations inherited from Konica and Minolta but were sold in 2006, including its SLR division to Sony, with Sony’s Alpha series being its successor.
Since its establishment in 1873, by making the most of our diverse technologies and innovations, Konica Minolta has been expanding its business in various fields including office equipment, optical systems for industrial use, and diagnostic imaging system.