Fujifilm Selling China-Based MFP Factory

On July 20th, Fujifilm Business Innovation announced that it’s signed an agreement to sell its Shanghai-based printer and MFP factory to Chinese office-equipment maker EVA Precision Industrial for $9.19 million.

Fujifilm Business Equipment Shanghai develops and produces printers, MFPs, and toner cartridges for the Chinese market. 

The sale is scheduled to be completed on December 1st. 

Fujifilm Business Innovation will continue sourcing equipment and supplies from the factory – up to $298 million worth – over the next three years.

The sale won’t include the transfer of technology, and print heads and other printer/MFP components will continue to be designed and developed in Japan.

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