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Konica Minolta, Inc. engages in business technologies, industrial, and healthcare businesses primarily in Japan, the United States, Europe, and Asia. The company manufactures and sells equipment for production printing systems and graphic arts, such as multi-functional peripherals, laser printers, filing devices, facsimile machines, software and peripheral devices, digital printing systems, digital color-proofing systems, CTP, remote color management systems, RGB workflow products, prepress production systems, inkjet printheads, inkjet textile printers, inkjet print units, and inkjet inks. It also manufactures and sells electronic materials, performance materials, optical products, and measuring instruments for industrial and healthcare applications comprising TAC films for LCD polarizers, VA-TAC films for increasing viewing angle, functional films, organic light emitting diodes, pickup lenses for optical disks, lens units, spectrophotometers, colorimeters, luminance meters, and pulse oximeters. In addition, the company manufactures and sells consumables and equipment for healthcare systems consisting of digital X-ray diagnostic imaging systems, digital mammography/diagnostic ultrasound systems, medical imaging filling systems, all-in-one medical imaging information workstations, medical management support and service, and diagnosis medicines. Further, it is involved in planetarium operations, including digital full-dome show, and management and operation for planetarium facilities. The company was founded in 1873 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

42,321 Employees
Last Reported Date: 08/6/15
Founded in 1873

konica minolta inc -uns adr (KNCAY) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President, Represent...
Total Annual Compensation: ¥90.0M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

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Konica Minolta, Inc. to Launch Nassenger SP-1, an Ultra-High-Speed Inkjet Textile Printer

Konica Minolta, Inc. announced that it will launch at the end of 2015 the Nassenger SP-1, a high-productivity, high-resolution inkjet textile printer that employs a single path system, in response to the increasing use of digital printing in the textile printing industry. Prior to the launch of this new model, Konica Minolta will give demonstrations of Nassenger SP-1 to customers at its sales subsidiary in Italy, starting from September 2015, and then showcase this model’s technology at ITMA 2015, an international textile machinery exhibition held in Milan, Italy in November 2015. Nassenger SP-1 is characterized by advanced features such as ultra-high speed, high productivity and high resolution, which are made possible by Konica Minolta’s expertise in developing and producing all printheads, printing mechanisms and inks for inkjet textile printers. Main features: Nassenger SP-1 employs a single path system that prints on a fabric (or other print medium) as the fabric is fed under a fixed print unit. This model boasts a much higher print speed than a scan-type printer that prints by moving a printhead carriage back and forth, and thus can meet the needs of the market for a printer with the speed of a screen printing machine. The highly precise ink ejection control capability of this model enables high-resolution images to be reproduced at an ultra-high speed. The model incorporates a newly developed printheads that can eject smaller ink droplets than conventional printers and Konica Minolta’s proprietary ink ejection control technology, which enables the ink droplet size to be adjusted (large, medium, and small), thus achieving higher-quality reproduction of fine patterns and color gradients. The model employs the following mechanisms that help to reduce downtime that can directly affect productivity: Konica Minolta’s proprietary image processing technology minimizes the problems of streaking and uneven density on a printed image and reduces defective prints. The modular printhead and the capability of automatic adjustment of ink droplet ejection positions enable far faster exchanging of printheads. Reactive dye ink 1 and disperse ink 2 developed specifically for the single-path system can be used. Konica Minolta will set up a demonstration room in Konica Minolta IJ Textile Europe, a sales subsidiary established in Como, Milan, the center of the textile printing industry in Europe, to give demonstrations of Nassenger SP-1 for prospective customers starting from September 2015.

Konica Minolta, Inc. to Unveil Two New Scan-Type High-and Medium-Speed Inkjet Textile Printers, Nassenger 10 and Nassenger 8

Konica Minolta, Inc. will unveil two new scan-type high-and medium-speed inkjet textile printers, Nassenger 10 and Nassenger 8, at an international textile machinery exhibition, ITMA 2015 (Milan, Italy) in November 2015. Konica Minolta will launch the Nassenger 10 high-speed printer and the Nassenger 8 medium-speed printer in succession to extend its lineup of high-resolution, high-productivity inkjet textile printers. The addition of these two new models will allow customers to choose, from a wider range of options, the model best suited to the scale of their business, production volume, and budget, thus contributing to the success of their business. Features of each model: Nassenger 10: With high productivity, this model is ideal for customers who require high-volume printing as well as higher-quality reproduction of images. With a print speed of 580 m2/hour, this model can replace a conventional flat screen printing machine. Various printing modes include high productivity mode (580 "310 m2/hour), high image quality mode, and high density/high color penetration mode. Nassenger 8: Capable of meeting a variety of printing needs ranging from sample printing to low-volume printing, this model is the best choice for customers who require medium-volume printing. With a print speed of 240 m2/hour, this model ensures high productivity and is an ideal successor to a conventional inkjet textile printer which visionary customers have been using. Various printing modes include high productivity mode (240 m2/hour), high image quality mode, and high density/high color penetration mode. Features common to both models: These models are equipped with newly-developed inkjet printheads, which is also used in the highest-end model, Nassenger SP-1. With the adjustable ink droplet size (large, medium, and small), coupled with the combination of Konica Minolta’s proprietary dark- and light-colored inks, these models are capable of higher-quality reproduction of color gradients and thin lines as well as fine, repetitive geometric patterns that are difficult to reproduce on conventional textile printers. While printing of some designs is likely to cause problems such as streaking and uneven image density, Konica Minolta’s image processing technology in these models minimizes such problems and reduces defective prints. The models are also easy to maintain thanks to advanced functions for reducing troubles likely to cause downtime such as: network-based remote access; notification of the printer status by email; automatic detection of fabric wrinkles; prevention of fabric from colliding with the printhead carriage; and automatic printhead maintenance. The models ship with 8 colors (CMYK + 2 special colors + 2 light colors), with another color offered as an option, and use Konica Minolta’s own colorful disperse dye ink and reactive ink. The reactive ink meets the criteria of the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). The models employ an easy-to-use touch panel and user interface. Inkjet textile printers are steadily penetrating the market backed by recent improvements of printhead functionality, ink quality, and printer performance, as well as the unique capabilities of digital printing, namely: on-demand printing, plateless printing and design flexibility, and greater environment friendliness resulting from the reduction of effluent and use of fuels.

Konica Minolta, Inc. Provides Dividend for the Second Quarter of the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 2016 and Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 2016; Reports Consolidated Earnings Results for the First Quarter Ended June 30, 2015; Provides Consolidated Earnings Guidance for the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 2016

Konica Minolta, Inc. expected to pay dividend for the second quarter of the fiscal year ending March 31, 2016 of JPY 15.00 per share compared to JPY 10.00 per share paid in same period in the previous year and year-dividend for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2016 of JPY 15.00 per share compared to JPY 10.00 per share paid in same period in the previous year. The company reported consolidated earnings results for the first quarter ended June 30, 2015. For the quarter, the company reported revenue of JPY 248,643 million compared to JPY 226,634 million a year ago. Operating income was JPY 10,022 million compared to JPY 14,384 million a year ago. Net income was JPY 6,570 million compared to JPY 9,344 million a year ago. Diluted net income per share was JPY 13.15 compared to JPY 18.29 a year ago. Capital expenditure was JPY 14.1 billion compared to JPY 11.5 billion a year ago. Income before income tax was JPY 10,395 million compared to JPY 14,471 million a year ago. Net cash flows used in operating activities were JPY 4,540 million against net cash flows from operating activities of JPY 6.889 million a year ago. Purchase of property, plant and equipment was JPY 6,838 million against JPY 8,856 million a year ago. Purchase of intangible assets was JPY 1,625 million against JPY 1,558 million a year ago. The company provided consolidated earnings guidance for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2016. For the year, the company expected revenues of JPY 1,100,000 million, ordinary income of JPY 57,000 million, net income of JPY 50,000 million and net income per share of JPY 100.71.


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