KYOCERA expands its market presence by opening a new office in Italy
Kyocera established an Italian site for industrial printhead sales on April 1, 2016 in response to the rapidly growing market for digital printing
02 August 2016
Kyoto / Neuss − Kyocera Fineceramics opened a new sales office for industrial printheads in Milan on April 1, 2016. The Japanese company established this representative office in Italy as a response to the rapidly growing market for digital printing in the country. The new office will allow Kyocera to further develop sales of inkjet printheads as well as its other printing technologies.
Kyocera Fineceramics aims to gain a foothold in the Italian market and further strengthen customer relationships through the independent representative office. The company was inspired to do so in part due to the great success it had at this year’s DRUPA, the world’s largest trade fair for print and crossmedia solutions, held in Dusseldorf, Germany. By establishing this new Italian location, Kyocera reinforces its position as a reliable, long-standing printhead supplier.
“Italy is an important production site for the industrial printing sector, which is currently booming – so we opened this location to address this upward trend. This November, Kyocera will also take part in Inprint, a trade fair for industrial printing technology in Milan,” says Hideto Hoori, European Product Line Manager. “By opening this office, we are pursuing our goal of establishing our market position in this strategically important and dynamically growing economic region.”
Kyocera’s printing expertise attracts customers from the textile industry in particular, as well various other sectors. For example, Kyocera digital printing is used for construction tile production.
The new office in Italy’s second-largest city is currently staffed by a sales team, who will likely be joined by application engineers at a later date.
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