The history of Kyocera-Mita Corporation began with the Kyocera and Mita integration – two strong players, each of which had potent experience in the business equipment production. Mita entered the market in 1948 in Osaka, Japan, and was engaged in the creation of engineering systems and business equipment (faxes, printers, copy machines). Kyocera was established 11 years later, specializing in the manufacture and sale of solar panels, cutting equipment, ceramics and electronic components for mobile devices and office equipment.

The concern, established in 2000, is now owned by Kyocera. The headquarters is located in the Japanese city of Kyoto, and subsidiaries are located literally around the world – in the Middle East, Europe, America, the countries of the Asia-Pacific region and Africa. The company's wide range of products includes high-tech ceramics, electronic components, solar cells and electronic office equipment, including mobile phones and telecommunication equipment.

It was decided to abandon the name Kyocera-Mita and change over to the new one – Kyocera Document Solutions in the spring of 2012.

The representative office of Kyocera Document Solutions Europe, with head office in the Dutch city of Hoofddorp, is responsible for the European direction development. The representative office coordinates the work of subsidiaries in 15 countries of the EMEA region (Austria, Belgium, Great Britain, Germany, Denmark, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Finland, France, Switzerland, Sweden and South Africa) and works closely with authorized distributors in 60 European countries.

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