The new facility supplements an existing Kyocera inkjet design center to reinforce support for the European inkjet market.
Kyoto / Neuss − Since February 2015, Kyocera has further enhanced its technical support for the dynamic European inkjet printing market with a new inkjet test lab in Esslingen (near Stuttgart), Germany. This test lab serves as a supplement to the inkjet design center at Kyocera’s European base, which opened in September 2013 to provide technical service for printer and ink manufacturers that are working with market-leading Kyocera KJ4 Series inkjet printheads. The facility has three Kyocera field engineers who provide onsite support and remote technical service to customers.
KYOCERA Document Solutions Inc. announces that the test facilities located at its R&D center (Osaka City) have received International Standard ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation as a chemical emission test site by Perry Johnson Laboratory Accreditation, Inc. (PJLA), an accreditation body for test facilities.
Kyoto, Japan – Kyocera Corporation (NASDAQ, NYSE: KYO, TOKYO:6971)
a Japan-based global enterprise engaged in numerous high-tech fields, announced today the launch of
the new TORQUE (KC-S701) – an ultra-rugged 4G LTE smartphone certified with the United States
Military Standard (MIL-STD-810G) in 11 categories*. Marking the company’s entrance in the European
mobile phone market, the new model is the latest in Kyocera’s global rugged smartphone series and
builds on Kyocera’s strength and reputation for ruggedized, waterproof handsets that meet the realworld needs of users. The new TORQUE will be available this spring starting in Germany and France
and can be purchased SIM-free by enterprise users and consumers.
Kyocera MFK milling tools reduce costs, improve quality in machining workpieces of complex-shaped cast iron
Kyoto/Neuss – Kyocera Corporation today launched its new MFK indexable milling cutter for cast iron, a milling system that will allow machinists to reduce costs and improve their milling operations through the use of double-sided, 10-edge negative inserts.
Kyocera Document Solutions’ booth at this year’s CeBIT, held 16-20 March, is dedicated to improving organisations’ bottom lines. On display in Hall 3, Booth B20, visitors will find solutions and services that allow them to optimise the management of documents vital to the success of their business operations. Using actual scenarios, Kyocera demonstrates the potential for improving efficiency by means of document management process analyses and the intelligent life-cycle management of printing and copying infrastructures. Booth visitors will be the first to experience Kyocera’s new "Print Server Operation,” which promises to cut IT personnel expenses and the costs for IT management.