*NEWS*K.MINOLTA & OCE IN SUPPLY AGREEMENT

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*NEWS*K.MINOLTA & OCE IN SUPPLY AGREEMENT

 user 2008-01-24 at 11:31:00 am Views: 56
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    Konica Minolta and Océ in OEM agreement
    January
    2008 – Tokyo, Japan Rivals Konica Minolta and Océ are joining forces to
    supply each other with equipment.The agreement will see the companies
    supply each other with multifunctional peripherals (MFPs) and digital
    commercial printers on an OEM basis in order for each company to
    provide a more comprehensive product offering.

    Konica Minolta, Oce to mutually supply printers
    TOKYO,
    Jan 08 – Japanese office equipment maker Konica Minolta Holdings  said
    it had agreed with Dutch photocopier and printer maker Oce NV  to
    mutually supply multifunctional peripherals and digital commercial
    printers.Multifunctional peripherals (MFPs) typically offer printer,
    copier and facsimile functions, while digital commercial printers are
    used to print such documents as product manuals and direct mail quickly
    and in large volumes.Konica Minolta and Oce will supply each other with
    MFPs and digital commercial printers on an original equipment
    manufacturing (OEM) basis to strengthen their product lineups.In an OEM
    deal, a manufacturer makes products under the brand name of a buyer,
    who in turn sells them to end-users.In the area of digital commercial
    printing, Konica Minolta is set to provide basic machines to Oce, while
    the Dutch firm will supply Konica Minolta with mid-range to high-end
    products.A Konica Minolta spokesman said it was too early to assess the
    impact of the deal on sales or profits.Shares in Konica Minolta closed
    down 3.9 percent at 1,729 yen, underperforming the Nikkei average
    .N225, which fell 1.0 percent.