Ricoh Copiers: A Blend of Reliability and Cutting-edge Technology

Diving right into the world of office solutions, Ricoh copiers stand out for their blend of reliability and advanced features, making them a go-to for businesses aiming for efficiency and productivity. These machines are not just about making copies; they embody innovation and are designed to cater to the diverse needs of modern workplaces.

The brand’s commitment to quality is evident in the robust build of its copiers, ensuring they withstand the test of time and constant use. This durability factor means less downtime and more continuous operation for businesses, translating to increased productivity and reduced maintenance costs. It’s not just about longevity; Ricoh’s after-sales service is commendable, providing customers with peace of mind knowing that support is just a call away.

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Ricoh (Wikipedia)

The Ricoh Company, Ltd. (/ˈrk/) (株式会社リコー, Kabushiki-gaisha Rikō) is a Japanese multinational imaging and electronics company. It was founded by the now-defunct commercial division of the Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (Riken) known as the Riken Concern, on 6 February 1936 as Riken Sensitized Paper (理研感光紙, Riken Kankōshi). Ricoh's headquarters are located in Ota, Tokyo.

Ricoh Company, Ltd.
Native name
Kabushiki gaisha Rikō
Company typePublic KK
TYO: 7752
IndustryElectronics, Imaging
FoundedFebruary 6, 1936; 88 years ago (1936-02-06)
FounderKiyoshi Ichimura Edit this on Wikidata
HeadquartersOta, Tokyo, Japan
Area served
Key people
Yoshinori Yamashita [jp] (Chairman)
Akira Oyama (President & CEO)
ProductsCopiers (such as plain paper copiers (PPCs)), printers (multi-functional printers (MFPs), laser printers), production printing products and facsimile machines.
Revenue¥2.063 trillion (Year ended March 31, 2018)
¥2,008.5 billion (Year ended March 31, 2020)
Number of employees
90,141 (on consolidated basis, as of March 31, 2020)

Ricoh produces electronic products, primarily cameras and office equipment such as printers, photocopiers, fax machines, offers Software as a Service (SaaS) document management applications such as DocumentMall, RicohDocs, GlobalScan, Print&Share, MakeLeaps and also offers Projectors. In the late 1990s through early 2000s, the company grew to become the largest copier manufacturer in the world. During this time, Ricoh acquired Savin, Gestetner, Lanier, Rex-Rotary, Monroe, Nashuatec, IKON and most recently IBM Printing Systems Division / Infoprint Solutions Company. Although the Monroe brand was discontinued, products continue to be marketed worldwide under the remaining brand names. In 2006, Ricoh acquired the European operations of Danka for $210 million. These operations continue as a stand-alone business unit, under the Infotec brand.

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