Konica Minolta India named best subsidiary of 2016

By 14 Jul 2017

Konica Minolta India has attained yet another benchmark to its portfolio of achievements by receiving the Best Konica Minolta Subsidiary Company of the Year 2016 Award at a conference held recently in Manila, Philippines.

(from left) Rajeev Ahuja, Business Consultant IP, Daisuke Mori, MD, Konica Minolta India and Shoei Yamana, CEO, Konica Minolta

Konica Minolta India garnered double-digit growth in FY ’16-17 as compared to previous year. Especially, there was a significant growth in production and industrial Printing sales. Konica Minolta appreciated the continuous effort of Konica Minolta India and its partners in expanding the company's business in India.

Konica Minolta was also ranked number two in FY ’16-17 in worldwide MGI unit sales, only next to the US. On behalf of Konica Minolta India, Rajeev Ahuja; business consultant, IP, presented MGI success cases in India at the conference.

The conference saw the presence of top management from Konica Minolta.

“We are delighted to receive this prestigious award which is also a reflection of the commitment to help businesses in India with cutting edge technology and products. Our highly proficient workforce in the country will continue to set new benchmarks in the printing segment of India,” said Daisuke Mori, MD, Konica Minolta India.

With the Indian printing industry gearing towards more customized offerings, shorter TATs and more eco-friendly sustainable solutions in digital printing would prove to be a shot in the arm for the label industry. Konica Minolta India aims to participate in the industry growth by offering innovative cutting edge products for label industry with a team of experienced channel partners like Insight Communications.



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