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  • KYOCERA DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS SCOOP SIX 'HIGHLY RECOMMENDED' AND TWO 'SUMMER PICK' BLI AWARDS FOR THEIR A4 MFP COLOUR AND MONOCHROME DEVICES


    Kyocera Document Solutions, one of the world’s leading document solutions companies is delighted to announce that the BLI 'Summer Pick award' has been given to the ECOSYS M6026cidn/M6526cidn 26ppm A4 colour MFP for workgroups for the third time in this segment alongside the prestigious 'highly recommended award' for the ECOSYS M6026cidn/M6526cidn, and the A4 Monochrome MFP models M2535dn/M2035dn/M2530dn/M2030dn. The criteria for the awards are extensive and the Kyocera device outperformed the rest when it came to reliability, image quality and environmental features. more
  • KYOCERA RECEIVES SUPPLIER OF THE YEAR 2013 AWARD FROM CONTINENTAL FOR OUTSTANDING QUALITY OF PIEZO ACTUATORS

    Thanks to zero defects, Kyocera managed to impress the automotive supplier throughout the final half of 2013.
    Kyoto / Neuss – Kyocera was one of 16 suppliers to receive an award for its outstanding performance at the Continental Automotive Group’s Supplier Day 2014, which was held in Prague on July 17. more
  • KYOCERA LAUNCHES SHAREPOINT CONNECTOR


    Kyocera Document Solutions UK Ltd launches SharePoint Connector (RRP £200 per licence/per device) to maximise productivity by integrating Kyocera MFPs with SharePoint. more
  • GROWING FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN SARAJEVO FILM FESTIVAL AND KYOCERA


    The Sarajevo Film Festival is celebrating its 20th anniversary and runs from August 15th to the 23rd this year. As one of the region's leading cultural events, it will be opened this year with the screening of the Bridges of Sarajevo, a documentary directed by 13 renowned European directors. Kyocera will again be one of the Gold sponsors and will support the event with Print and Copy Services. more
  • KYOCERA SOLAR PANELS PROVIDE POWER FOR FORWARD-LOOKING PILOT PROJECT AT VOCATIONAL COLLEGE IN DETMOLD

    The German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology’s (BMWi) research project “Energy-Optimised Construction (ENOB)” gains recognition across Europe and opts for the Japanese technology group’s long-lasting quality
    Kyoto / Neuss − The modernization of the vocational college in Detmold, with a total investment of 7.8 million euros, is currently one of the largest and most important pilot projects for refurbishing school buildings. Equipping the roofs with 2,658 Kyocera solar modules with an output of 380 kWp not only means that the college will save 148 tons of CO2 annually, but will also generate more energy than it consumes, making the school an energy-plus building. more
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