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Office Services

Businesses face difficult challenges such as having to cut operating and management costs while at the same time being confronted with paper-intensive processes such as collecting, sharing and archiving information efficiently. 

Konica Minolta, as a leading services provider, offers high-quality enterprise-level IT solutions which help your organisation transform its workflow. Our professional portfolio ranges from business process optimisation and document management services to multifunctional peripherals. 


Commercial and Industrial Printing

Commercial and corporate in-house printing, professional print services and industrial inkjet printing have come a long way, especially when it comes to digital printing systems capable of small-lot and variable data printing.
Konica Minolta offers the latest printing solutions, you can pick from an array of our printing systems, services, and related supplies to help you better manage your business demands.

As for professional inkjet printing, we provide you with a wide range of industrial inkjet products, such as inkjet print heads, inkjet textile printers and inkjet print units for label printing. 


Optical Systems for Industrial Use

When it comes to optical technology, Konica Minolta is known for the development and production of cameras and lenses, for example for digital cinema projectors or pick-up lenses for Blu-ray discs.

We also offer optical measuring instruments, used for lighting sources (LED, OLED) and quality control of lighting devices, indoor ambient lightning, as well as measuring the colour and brightness of displays of smartphones, TV screens and the colours of automobile parts.

One of our most notable achievements in the health sector is developing a pulse oximeter that measures the oxygen saturation in the arterial blood and the pulse rate, thus eliminating the need to draw blood. 


Functional Materials

Konica Minolta produces a wide array of films for different sectors such as the automobile industry, construction and architecture, tech, and cinematography. Our fine films offer protection, thermal insulation, waterproofing, polarisation, luminescence and other functions specific for each industry. For example, we develop highly reflective mirror films for mirrors used in renewable energy applications and functional films for building and automobile windows ensure energy efficiency. 

Furthermore, Konica Minolta has developed the world's most efficient white Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) panel (139 lm/W) and became the first in the world to begin mass production of plastic substrate-based, flexible OLED lighting panels, both white and colour-tuneable. 


Healthcare Business

Konica Minolta Healthcare Business provides solutions for digital radiography and ultrasound, integrated diagnostic information management and medical IT system solutions for hospitals and clinics. Compared with film scanning, digital radiography (DR) not only reduces X-ray radiation exposure for patients but can also display high-resolution images immediately after scanning. 

Additionally, Konica Minolta has provided the world's first digital X-ray mammography systems to apply phase contrast technology, providing the ultimate image quality by combining high sharpness and granularity with the use of computer-aided detection of shadows indicating suspected breast cancer lesions. 


Other Business

Konica Minolta has been developing solutions and related technologies for planetariums in Japan since 1958. Having adopted and refined numerous technologies in this field over the years, Konica Minolta is responding to the needs of planetarium operators throughout Japan, who are interested in making use of full-dome movies, computer graphics, video projections and multimedia strategies. 

In addition to its Japanese operations, Konica Minolta has begun expanding its marketing activities in the rest of Asia.