Since its establishment in 1873, Konica Minolta has expanded its business in office equipment, optical systems for industrial use and diagnostic imaging systems around the world.
In Hungary, Konica Minolta Hungary Business Solutions Ltd. is on a mission to expand the company’s footprint through its warehouse and regional distribution center (RDC) facility in Hungary.
“Konica Minolta’s RDC investment was established in Hungary in 2012 to better serve customers in the local market and across the region,” said Daniel Szekely, managing director of Hungary, Serbia and Greece.
“Today, the 9,200 square-meter RDC delivers supply-chain solutions to 14 countries across the region ― this investment represents the company’s early commitment to developing its business in Hungary and further afield.”
Serving other markets from its base in Hungary, the company is expanding operations and launching new services and products such as Konica Minolta’s Workplace Hub.
The Workplace Hub connects different technologies to better serve customers’ needs. As one complete system that adapts to client requirements, the Workplace Hub provides freedom, ease and the ultimate power to unlocking clients’ potential.
Products and services are at the heart of Konica Minolta’s operations in Hungary, where the company has 170 employees.
“We constantly invest in our employees as they are at the heart of our business and our engagements with customers,” said Szekely.
“Continued, regional collaboration with other Konica Minolta companies is enabling us to gain market share, build the Konica Minolta brand in Europe and better serve our customers,” Szekely said.
“We intend to meet our customers’ business needs by delivering more RDC service points to better serve customers, reach out to Italy and the Baltic region and look at further integration opportunities in Europe, the Middle East and Africa as we work with our existing and future partners.”