Konica Minolta announces immediate availability of the AccurioPress C83hc

Sydney, AustraKonica Minolta LogoliaKonica Minolta has announced the immediate availability of the AccurioPress C83hc. This High Chroma digital press gives printers a whole new world of colour reproduction with enhanced performance.

The AccurioPress C83hc can express a much wider colour gamut than CMYK used for conventional printing. Pinks, purples, and bright greens are reproduced much more vividly and faithfully than those reproduced on a conventional CMYK toner print system.

Grant Thomas, Product Marketing Manager, Konica Minolta, said, “The wide colour gamut of the AccurioPress C83hc High Chroma toner creates new printing business opportunities. It means that colours closer to RGB can be obtained, which is great for applications like printing studio photos, photo books, photos of nature, illustrations, computer graphics (CG), web-to-print, and more.

“The printed image will be more natural and impressive when compared to an image produced on a conventional CMYK system. The expansion of spot colour reproduction is useful for printing company logos, high-impact point-of-purchase (POP), packaging, and posters.”

Key features of the AccurioPress C83hc include:

  • superb colour reproduction: a unique electro-photo print system that produces colours close to sRGB; something that cannot be achieved with CMYK print systems. When in print mode, colours close to sRGB and CMYK can be obtained with the one system
  • automated adjustments: automated colour and registration adjustments are possible with the Intelligent Quality Optimiser (IQ-501) enhancing quality, productivity and, ultimately, profitability
  • high productivity: high productivity (81 ppm/A4), high-capacity paper handling and high-spec finishing options for high-volume printing
  • excellent versatility: wide paper weight compatibility up to 350 gsm. Excellent versatility handling a variety of media with ease including envelopes, banners, and textured stocks.
  • long sheet banner printing: simplex up to 1300 mm and up to 762 mm auto duplex.

The AccurioPress C83hc is equipped with Konica Minolta’s Intelligent Quality Optimiser, IQ-501. The IQ-501 maintains consistent colour reproduction and closed-loop paper registration (image-on-image, image-on-paper, and side-one/side-two registration) is measured and managed automatically in real time during printing operation.

With the IQ-501 consistent realisation of high-quality print contributes to reduced print waste and labour times for set up, reducing the need for manual intervention. It increases uptime with automated system self-correction to ensure colour reproduction remains accurate and, importantly, delivers high-quality print results time after time. The IQ-501 can deliver time savings for print operators of up to 60 per cent and can increase system print productivity by up to 20 per cent.

Konica Minolta provides exceptional service and support to keep commercial printers up and running. The new AccurioPress C83hc is available now.

About Konica Minolta

Konica Minolta Business Solutions Australia Pty Ltd is a market leading provider of integrated solutions and managed services with the power to transform business environments.

Konica Minolta works with organisations large and small to provide integrated print and content management solutions and services to improve productivity, reduce costs, increase security and achieve sustainability outcomes. Optimised Print Services (OPS) combine consultancy with hardware and software implementation and operation.

Headquartered in Sydney, Konica Minolta Australia delivers expert professional services with experienced and responsive client support, in addition to the world-class service provided through its extensive network of direct sales offices and authorised dealers.

For more information: konicaminolta.com.au/home

 

Konica Minolta appoints Andrew Ward to the role of Sales Manager for Production & Strategic Sales, New South Wales

Konica Minolta LogoSydney, AustraliaKonica Minolta has appointed Andrew Ward to the role of Sales Manager for Production & Strategic Sales, New South Wales.

Andrew is focused on assisting commercial printers to improve their businesses and increase efficiencies through the use of Konica Minolta technology, as well as continuing to build a collaborative team that is well-trusted and respected by printers, suppliers, partners and peers.

Andrew has more than 25 years’ experience in the print industry from graphic arts to commercial print. Prior to this role he held various roles at HP and Canon.

Andrew Ward said, “Konica Minolta has a supportive, collaborative culture with a real social conscience, which is what appealed to me. With my broad experience in the industry I look forward to working with business owners to leverage their Konica Minolta technology to drive their businesses forward.”

David Procter, Director of Sales and Service, Konica Minolta, said, “Having experience in both the vendor and commercial print space means that Andrew has a depth of knowledge that will add significant value to our customers. We look forward to seeing how Andrew can motivate and coach a high-performance sales team that delivers outstanding service to our customers.”

About Konica Minolta

Konica Minolta Business Solutions Australia Pty Ltd is a market leading provider of integrated solutions and managed services with the power to transform business environments.

Konica Minolta works with organisations large and small to provide integrated print and content management solutions and services to improve productivity, reduce costs, increase security and achieve sustainability outcomes. Optimised Print Services (OPS) combine consultancy with hardware and software implementation and operation.

Headquartered in Sydney, Konica Minolta Australia delivers expert professional services with experienced and responsive client support, in addition to the world-class service provided through its extensive network of direct sales offices and authorised dealers.

For more information: konicaminolta.com.au/home

Konica Minolta appoints Tim Saleeba to the role of sales manager for production and industrial print in Victoria

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Sydney, Australia – Konica Minolta has appointed Tim Saleeba to the role of sales manager for production and industrial print in Victoria.

Tim is responsible for leading the sales team across the production and industrial print portfolios including its industry-leading digital production print systems for commercial printers, print franchises, service providers and government and corporates with print rooms.

Tim has 20 years’ experience within the print industry. Prior to this role, Tim was the general manager for Canon professional print. He has also held various other roles at Canon including general manager – production print group and general manager – direct sales.

Tim Saleeba said, “As an outsider I had been impressed by what I’d seen and heard about the culture and go-to-market strategies at Konica Minolta so when this role became available I knew it was right for me.

“The production and industrial print product portfolio will let Konica Minolta provide new opportunities to assist its customers to grow revenues and increase profits. I look forward to helping customers in commercial print understand how Konica Minolta’s digital print offering can help them thrive by addressing the balance between electronic mediums and traditional print.”

David Procter, sales director, Konica Minolta, said, “Tim holds incredible value as an experienced sales leader in the print industry. His experience and competence around sales leadership and business strategy will help ensure sales growth in the region. I look forward to seeing him help lead our commercial print customers to success.”

About Konica Minolta
Konica Minolta Business Solutions Australia Pty Ltd is a market leading provider of integrated solutions and managed services with the power to transform business environments.

Konica Minolta works with organisations large and small to provide integrated print and content management solutions and services to improve productivity, reduce costs, increase security and achieve sustainability outcomes. Optimised Print Services (OPS) combine consultancy with hardware and software implementation and operation.

Headquartered in Sydney, Konica Minolta Australia delivers expert professional services with experienced and responsive client support, in addition to the world-class service provided through its extensive network of direct sales offices and authorised dealers.

For more information: konicaminolta.com.au/home. 

Konica Minolta provides Australian manufacturers with first look at revolutionary technology at National Manufacturing Week

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Sydney, Australia– Konica Minolta is offering manufacturers a first look at revolutionary technology that will propel them into the future at National Manufacturing Week, from May 9-12 in Sydney.

Marc Brandon, 3D and Robotics Marketing Manager, Konica Minolta, said, “Konica Minolta is showcasing a new wave of technologies for Australian manufacturers that will accelerate operations and reshape businesses. These technologies – spanning additive manufacturing, material sciences, software, and robotics – are advancing and intersecting at such a rapid rate that they are for the first time, a reality for industry-leading organisations.”

Konica Minolta is partnering with 3D SYSTEMS to make 3D production a reality for the Australian manufacturing industry, with the new Figure 4™ system. This new, high-speed digital moulding system will redefine manufacturing by accelerating production, automating manufacturing processes and producing flexible and scalable production, through a new processing technology known as Digital Light Printing (DLP).

In an Australian-first preview, Konica Minolta will showcase the 3D SYSTEMS Figure 4 Standalone system, part of a wider family of Figure 4 technologies, at National Manufacturing Week 2018. These cutting edge DLP systems, deliver the industry’s first scalable, modular, fully-integrated 3D printing platform with ultra-fast speed, enabling throughput improvement up to 15 times and up to 20 per cent lower parts cost.

Matthew Hunter, National Manager 3D, Konica Minolta said, “Konica Minolta is already engaging with industry and organisations that are willing to partner with us in bringing this and other additive manufacturing production systems to the market. By working together, we can expedite its arrival, while leveraging Konica Minolta’s industry leading support capabilities, to the benefit of all manufacturers in Australia.”

Another technology that is making 3D production a reality and shifting how organisations operate is Direct Metal Printing (DMP). Victorian-based engineering company, Amiga Engineering recently installed the 3D SYSTEMS ProX 320 DMP metal printer and will be on the Konica Minolta stand, showcasing its new high-performance metal material output.

Matthew Hunter said, “Konica Minolta is excited about bringing this ground-breaking technology and new high-performance metal materials to the market, and we look forward to seeing how our customers use them to transform their business.”

Michael Bourchier, General Manager of Amiga Engineering and DMP Additive Manufacturing service bureau said, “Amiga Engineering was closely following the growth of this technology and decided it was time to take the plunge into this concept area to grow it and expand the business. We have seen great traction in a short amount of time with customers and prospects in industries such as medical, dental, aerospace, and motorsports. This will help advance the industry as a whole by creating use cases and applications for the technology.”

Also as an exclusive preview for the Australian market will be the 3D SYSTEMS FabPro 1000, an entry-level industrial 3D printer ideal for engineering and jewellery production. The FabPro 1000 raises the bar for entry-level industrial 3D printing, producing high-quality parts with lightning speed, remarkably low operating costs, and unsurpassed ease of use.

Konica Minolta invites innovative manufacturers to experience a first look at a new-generation of emerging technologies, that will help manufacturers evolve and entire industries transform.

Bookings are limited and appointment times are filling fast. To secure a first look preview of the Figure 4, FabPro 1000 technologies and other manufacturing solutions, complete an online request: https://www.konicaminolta.com.au/promotions/events/manufacturing-the-future.

About Konica Minolta
Konica Minolta Business Solutions Australia Pty Ltd is a market leading provider of integrated solutions and managed services with the power to transform business environments.

Konica Minolta works with organisations large and small to provide integrated print and content management solutions and services to improve productivity, reduce costs, increase security and achieve sustainability outcomes. Optimised Print Services (OPS) combine consultancy with hardware and software implementation and operation.

Headquartered in Sydney, Konica Minolta Australia delivers expert professional services with experienced and responsive client support, in addition to the world-class service provided through its extensive network of direct sales offices and authorised dealers.

For more information: http://konicaminolta.com.au/3d

Konica Minolta appoints Sue Threlfo as general manager, Production & Industrial Print

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Sydney, Australia – Konica Minolta has appointed Sue Threlfo as general manager, Production & Industrial Print.

Sue will lead the team and facilitate the growth of production and industrial print in Australia. Konica Minolta’s strong brand equity, exceptional support and service, along with continued product innovations, are key to its success and growth in the space.

Sue has more than 27 years’ experience within the print industry. Prior to this role, Sue was a sales manager for Konica Minolta and before that she spent 27 years at Fuji Xerox in various roles.

Sue Threlfo said, “I look forward to helping the team achieve success and continue the stellar start we’ve had in the first year of the official launch of industrial print. We’re on a steady growth path as we look to introduce new products and diversify the offering. We also expect to see continued success in production print following a year of good growth in a stagnant market.”

David Procter, sales director, Konica Minolta, said, “Sue’s knowledge and depth of expertise in the printing industry is invaluable. She has built up a very strong network in the market. Under her leadership and with a strong support team in place, we’re looking forward to growing the business further.”

About Konica Minolta
Konica Minolta Business Solutions Australia Pty Ltd is a market leading provider of integrated solutions and managed services with the power to transform business environments.

Konica Minolta works with organisations large and small to provide integrated print and content management solutions and services to improve productivity, reduce costs, increase security and achieve sustainability outcomes. Optimised Print Services (OPS) combine consultancy with hardware and software implementation and operation.

Headquartered in Sydney, Konica Minolta Australia delivers expert professional services with experienced and responsive client support, in addition to the world-class service provided through its extensive network of direct sales offices and authorised dealers.

For more information: konicaminolta.com.au/home.

 

Konica Minolta releases bizhub C659 and C759, giving customers high speed, efficiency, and productivity

Konica Minolta LogoSydney, Australia – Konica Minolta has announced the availability of the bizhub C659 and C759, giving customers high speed, efficiency, and productivity to take office colour printing to the next level.

Bill Christoforou, Product Marketing Manager, Konica Minolta said, “The bizhub C659 and C759 are fast but not at the expense of productivity. They provide real value to customers needing fast, high-quality colour output, that won’t cost the earth to run.”

The bizhub C659 and C759 modernises the internal workflow for productivity. The top-of-the-class scanning and output speed of this high-end colour multifunction printer (MFP) enables high input and output productivity to meet the sophisticated needs of large offices.

To meet the changing needs of the workforce, the bizhub C659 and C759 supports both mobile and cloud-based solutions.

Bill Christoforou said, “With a greater affinity with mobile devices and various cloud-based services, organisations can expect a seamless workflow across the business.”

Faster scanning speed and precise outputs create smooth workflow that maximises productivity to enhance the in-house production. The automatic document feeder features a 300-sheet paper holding capacity and impressive duplex 240 ipm (120 sheets for double-sided) scan speed. Its high productivity supports business efficiency and speed, while its instant scanning and copying meet customers’ high-volume needs.

Organisations can also expect reliable security for confidentiality using easy authentication with passwords, IC cards, and biometric (finger vein) authentication. In addition to regular authentication via a server, server-free authentication can also be performed directly on the main unit with detailed control of access to each function, including copying, printing, scanning, and faxing.

Bill Christoforou said, “These features complement organisations’ existing security measures to protect important data and hardcopy resources, prevent unauthorised bizhub access and strengthen risk management.

“Organisations can also expect minimal environmental impact with low power consumption and eco-friendly materials, which complement Konica Minolta’s continued commitment to sustainable practices.”

About Konica Minolta
Konica Minolta Business Solutions Australia Pty Ltd is a market leading provider of integrated solutions and managed services with the power to transform business environments.

Konica Minolta works with organisations large and small to provide integrated print and content management solutions and services to improve productivity, reduce costs, increase security and achieve sustainability outcomes. Optimised Print Services (OPS) combine consultancy with hardware and software implementation and operation.

Headquartered in Sydney, Konica Minolta Australia delivers expert professional services with experienced and responsive client support, in addition to the world-class service provided through its extensive network of direct sales offices and authorised dealers.

For more information: konicaminolta.com.au/home.

Konica Minolta delivers high productivity and durability with new AccurioPress 6136 monochrome production series

Konica Minolta LogoSydney, Australia – With the launch of the new AccurioPress 6136 series, Konica Minolta Business Solutions Australia introduces its new monochrome production print systems designed to increase customer profitability with enhanced productivity and increase capability to streamline automated workflows.

The affordable and cost-effective series consists of three models: AccurioPress 6136; AccurioPress 6136P; and AccurioPress 6120. Each delivers greater productivity to enhance job capacity, reliability and flexibility enabling operations to expand their monochrome print capabilities. As a successor model of the bizhub PRESS 1250e series, the AccurioPress 6136 series prints at an exceptional high speed of 136ppm on A4 and 78ppm on A3 sheets.

The Konica Minolta AccurioPress 6136 model can produce a monthly peak volume of up to 3.24 million A4 pages and offers the highest media flexibility in its class. It enables print providers to create more business opportunities by handling a wide range of essential digital printing applications.

The series supports various media types and weights, from 40 gsm up to 350 gsm, and the inclusion of Relay Unit (RU-518) facilitates the elimination of paper curl. There is an intelligent paper catalogue and optional envelope fuser creating greater media flexibility to provide ultimate performance. The addition of the dual side colour scanning on the AccurioPress 6136 and 6120, brings high speed scanning of up to 240opm, for high level archive and copy functions.

Automatic and real-time density and registration adjustment is delivered by the optional IQ-501, Intelligent Quality Optimiser that enables front-to-back registration, with image centring and zoom to enable the perfect sheet position at the press of a button when loading new media. This unique functionality helps eliminate operator set up time, reducing errors and waste.

The expanded range and finishing flexibility that can be included in these systems, with a vast number different configuration combinations possible, bringing professional finished print output at the press of the print button. These include Konica Minolta developed finishing as well as partnerships with market leading finishing companies such as Watkiss, GBC and Plockmatic.

OpenAPI provides high scalability via a seamless interface between the AccurioPress 6136 series production printing devices and third-party solutions, and seamless integration with AccurioPro workflow solutions. It enables accounting, authentication or scan routing with applications such as YSoft Safe Q and Nuance eCopy Sharescan. A unified UI and remote panel operation help smooth set-up while operations can have maximum flexible control, which makes every day print work more efficient.

The new AccurioPress 6136 series is available now.

About Konica Minolta
Konica Minolta Business Solutions Australia Pty Ltd is a market leading provider of integrated solutions and managed services with the power to transform business environments.

Konica Minolta works with organisations large and small to provide integrated print and content management solutions and services to improve productivity, reduce costs, increase security and achieve sustainability outcomes. Optimised Print Services (OPS) combine consultancy with hardware and software implementation and operation.

Headquartered in Sydney, Konica Minolta Australia delivers expert professional services with experienced and responsive client support, in addition to the world-class service provided through its extensive network of direct sales offices and authorised dealers.

For more information: konicaminolta.com.au/home.

Amiga Engineering chooses Konica Minolta and 3D metal printing to propel the company into the future

Konica Minolta LogoSydney, Australia – Konica Minolta has announced a partnership with Amiga Engineering to supply 3D SYSTEMS ProX 320 DMP metal printer and provide support, which will propel the company into the future.

The changing landscape of Australian industry means that engineering, machine shops, and jobbing workshops have been under increasing pressure to survive.

Michael Bourchier, general manager, Amiga Engineering, said, “Traditional industry, such as automotive, has moved offshore while the mining boom has faded. The country’s resources are being dug and pumped by large overseas corporations who no longer make capital investment here to have machinery or platforms made. Rather, they ship or float this equipment from Singapore or other locations around the world that are more competitive. Australians are left with being the maintenance crews of offshore-supplied equipment.”

Bourchier suggests that is a barrier to Australian creativity and innovation with Australia’s creative side is slipping to the lowest it has ever been.

According a CSIRO blog: “Despite the well publicised closure of some manufacturing sectors in Australia, manufacturing isn’t dying. Instead, like industry around the world, it’s undergoing a period of significant change as new, disruptive technologies and economic realities take hold and new markets emerge.”[1]

In an effort to keep up with world best practice, Amiga Engineering was looking for a new direction, and it found it in 3D metal printing.

Michael Bourchier said, “Amiga Engineering has been following the growth of this technology. We decided that now is the time to take the plunge into this concept area to grow it and expand the business. Without a way to reinvent the business it is probable that we would be like many other engineering shops across Australia: falling by the wayside or becoming a conservative small business surviving on whatever business comes in. We believe that 3D metal printing will take Amiga Engineering to the next level and ensure our future.

“Free geometry is the new catch-cry, where items can now be functional to the upper limits of design and not be hamstrung by the technology that it can be machined on. Amiga Engineering can add value to 3D metal printing by offering a complete service. We can not only print, we can also finish the parts to a useable state if required, and the creative genius of our design engineers can be cut loose.”

To do this, Amiga Engineering chose Konica Minolta and 3D SYSTEMS ProX 320 DMP metal printer.

Michael Bourchier said, “Amiga Engineering chose Konica Minolta because of the passion and willingness to invest in getting the idea off the ground for Amiga Engineering. Other considerations included ongoing service, longevity in the market, and who had the resources to not let us down.”

The ProX DMP 320 is a high-performance metal additive manufacturing system. It is a heavy-duty alternative to traditional metal manufacturing processes, offering reduced waste, greater speeds for production, short set-up times, and very dense and pure metal parts with leading surface quality.

Michael Bourchier said, “The 3D SYSTEMS ProX 320 DMP metal printer can swap materials through its cart system. Although this system is designed for production swap-outs of build chambers, it is the only machine on the market that could truly swap out different material types and grades in the least amount of time. As a start-up in this space, we realised very quickly we needed multiple machines for multiple materials to be able to 3D-print metal for any amount of clients. The 3D SYSTEMS ProX 320 DMP metal printer lets us do this straight up without having to invest in multiple machines.”

Amiga Engineering plans to install the 3D SYSTEMS ProX 320 DMP metal printer by the end of 2017.

Michael Bourchier said, “Amiga Engineering is excited to explore the possibilities of 3D metal printing with customers and prospects and also to help advance the industry as a whole by being a pioneer in the space, and creating use cases and applications for the technology.

“There is a lot of buzz already and we look forward to seeing where that will take us. We will be starting with applications such as medical-grade titanium for facial reconstruction and bone structures, and will look to advance into other sectors as we continue to invest in the technology.”

Ben Darling, 3D specialist, Konica Minolta, said, “3D metal printing opens up significant opportunities for companies, such as Amiga Engineering, to realise the full potential of metal manufacturing and open up new markets from medical and dental applications to aerospace and motorsports.”

References

[1] https://blog.csiro.au/the-australian-manufacturing-industry-is-not-dying-its-evolving-csiro-study/

Konica Minolta launches Innovators Series

Konica Minolta LogoSydney, Australia – Konica Minolta has launched the Innovators Series, a sequence of videos with high-profile innovators from Australian businesses sharing their insights into what is driving innovation.

Konica Minolta was curious to discover the many ways that innovation is understood and applied across the country. Through this video series, it aims to give innovation in Australia a voice to help other businesses learn from shared experiences and the challenges and opportunities other businesses have faced.

To do this, Konica Minolta has gone to the front line of some of Australia’s most exciting businesses to speak to professionals that champion positive change, for themselves, for their team and for their communities, every day. The result is a series of inspirational interviews, with some genuinely practical advice on how anyone can move great concepts into reality.

The video series will be rolled out commencing in November 2017, and will feature:

  1. Ben Sorenson, Business Development, CSIRO’s Data 61
  2. Michelle Mahoney, Executive Director of Innovation, King & Wood Mallesons
  3. Michael Postula, Director of Strategy and Innovation (IoT), Schneider Electric
  4. Sandra Arico, Head of Innovation, Swisse Wellness.

Dr David Cooke, managing director, Konica Minolta Australia, Konica Minolta, said, “As an innovator itself, Konica Minolta understands the need to change and adapt to survive. Innovation is the lifeblood of business, and those that can successfully disrupt or innovate will find themselves ahead of the pack.

“Konica Minolta believes in fostering meaningful innovation through collaboration, developing new technologies and growing creative ideas that deliver significant change for millions of people, and sharing stories is a powerful way of creating a community of innovators.”

 About Konica Minolta
Konica Minolta Business Solutions Australia Pty Ltd is a market leading provider of integrated solutions and managed services with the power to transform business environments.

Konica Minolta works with organisations large and small to provide integrated print and content management solutions and services to improve productivity, reduce costs, increase security and achieve sustainability outcomes. Optimised Print Services (OPS) combine consultancy with hardware and software implementation and operation.

Headquartered in Sydney, Konica Minolta Australia delivers expert professional services with experienced and responsive client support, in addition to the world-class service provided through its extensive network of direct sales offices and authorised dealers.

For more information: konicaminolta.com.au/home

Konica Minolta receives Anti-Slavery Australia Freedom Award

Konica Minolta LogoSydney, Australia – Konica Minolta has been named a recipient of an Anti-Slavery Australia Freedom Award in recognition of its commitment to helping combat exploitation through corporate social responsibility (CSR) and ethical sourcing.

The Freedom Awards raise awareness of all forms of slavery and human trafficking, and promote the positive difference individuals and organisations can make to the lives of trafficked and enslaved people.

Konica Minolta was nominated because of its contribution to anti-slavery and human trafficking initiatives through the company’s CSR and ethical sourcing initiatives. The nominations were evaluated by an independent expert committee of specialists in the fields of human rights, human trafficking, and labour exploitation.

Konica Minolta’s human rights framework is built on three core documents: an ethical sourcing roadmap; supplier code of conduct; and human rights position statement. Its efforts are aligned with the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.  This year, Konica Minolta has continued to work with suppliers to better understand where and how their goods and services are procured. Joining other corporate voices, Konica Minolta has also been an active voice in consultations on a proposed legislation for a modern slavery reporting requirement for large Australian organisations.

Dr David Cooke, managing director, Konica Minolta Australia, said, “While modern slavery is a global issue, leadership must begin at home and the private sector is a critical stakeholder. We must hold ourselves, our business partners, and those in the business community to account on issues of human rights in supply chains.

“These days, being a good corporate citizen is more than philanthropy. Companies must turn inward to assess the impact of their core business and operations. A key consideration is whether business activities, or those of suppliers or business partners, negatively affect human rights. We urge all of our employees, customers, partners, and stakeholders to join us in the fight against modern slavery.”

About Konica Minolta

Konica Minolta Business Solutions Australia Pty Ltd is a market leading provider of integrated solutions and managed services with the power to transform business environments.

Konica Minolta works with organisations large and small to provide integrated print and content management solutions and services to improve productivity, reduce costs, increase security and achieve sustainability outcomes. Optimised Print Services (OPS) combine consultancy with hardware and software implementation and operation.

Headquartered in Sydney, Konica Minolta Australia delivers expert professional services with experienced and responsive client support, in addition to the world-class service provided through its extensive network of direct sales offices and authorised dealers.

For more information: https://www.konicaminolta.com.au/sustainability

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