KONICA MINOLTA SELLS TONER PLANT TO ZINK

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KONICA MINOLTA SELLS TONER PLANT TO ZINK

 user 2007-08-20 at 10:51:00 am Views: 57
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    Konica Minolta Sells 348,141-SF Plant in Whitsett
    Zink Imaging Buys Rock Creek Center for $4.77 Million
    Konica Minolta sold Rock Creek Center to Zink Imaging for $4.77 million, or about $13.50 per square foot.

    The building is at 6900 Konica Drive in Whitsett, NC, in Guilford County. Zink Imaging, the innovators behind the recently-unveiled Zero Ink digital printing technology, officially completed purchase of the state-of-the-art manufacturing facility from Konica Minolta Manufacturing USA Inc. last month.The Whitsett plant is a coating and chemical mix facility originally built in 1989 for the production of a variety of imaging products. The plant is at I-40/I-85 at the interchange, 10 miles east of Greensboro. The plant offers 348,141 square feet, which also includes 18,960 square feet of office space.