Canon Relocated Its Canada Printer Manufacturing Facility To Germany.

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Canon Relocated Its Canada Printer Manufacturing Facility To Germany.

 news 2018-10-08 at 12:38:39 pm Views: 196
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    Canon Relocated its
    Canada Printer Manufacturing Facility To Germany.
    Canon has relocated its Vancouver flatbed printer manufacturing facility to Poing, near Munich, to be closer to the major European wide-format printing market.
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    Canon has been producing models of the "Océ Arizona" large format printer series at its Poing location for several years. Since September, every Canon flatbed printing system from Germany should now come. 100 new jobs will be created in Bavaria, while another 50 jobs will be added to the Venlo site in the Netherlands. In addition to expanding its own team, the supplier network will be expanded. Another 70 suppliers from Europe and America are expected to help Canon's global supply chain deliver its large format solutions. The production will be increased by more than 30 percent and from October onwards three "Océ Arizona" systems are to be completed daily.
     
    "By moving all of our flatbed production to a centralized European facility, we want to expand our strong market position, nurture new ideas, and drive innovation," said Jeppe Frandsen, Canon Europe's executive vice president. "This will ensure that the 'Océ Arizona' series continues to play a key role in enabling customers to evolve in an ever-changing marketplace, such as increasing their productivity and opening up new application opportunities."
     
    Canon has continued to evolve the technology since the introduction of the Océ Arizona flatbed printer series over ten years ago. 7,000 machines are in operation worldwide, helping customers expand their offering to feature and decompression applications, and tap into new revenue streams beyond traditional signage and graphics products with more individualized print products.