Konica Minolta opens new office in Chennai

By 09 Sep 2014

Konica Minolta Business Solutions India, a subsidiary of Konica Minolta Japan, has announced the opening of a new office in Chennai.

Yuji Nakata MD Konica Minolta India inuagurates Chennai office

Yuji Nakata, managing director, Konica Minolta Business Solutions India, said the company decided to expand the branch facility to Chennai, keeping in mind Konica Minolta customers and channel partners.

“The new facility will help us strengthen our presence in the India market, especially in Southern India, with the most up-to-date technological offerings,” said Nakata. “This is an exciting step to provide our loyal customers the most modern technological experience.”

A leader in advanced imaging and networking technologies, from the desktop to the print shop, Konica Minolta already has branches its in Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Kolkata and Bengaluru.

The newly established Chennai office will offer the same services as the Gurgaon-based head office. Located strategically at the bustling area of Nungambakkam, the new office will be better equipped to handle the needs of the company’s Tamil Nadu-based customers and partners, Nakata said.

"Among other things, the facility will have a separate zone for customers to have real time experience of the Konica Minolta products and technologies. The experience zone will help the company’s customers and partners from Tamil Nadu and Kerala get a better perspective on Konica Minolta products and services. This will help Konica Minolta to strengthen its partner and customer connect better," Nakata added.



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