KYOCERA Celebrates 30 Years in Australia

Three decades of growth, innovation and drive to deliver low cost and environmentally friendly business solutions to the Australian market has led us to this special milestone.

Kyocera Document Solutions, one of the world's leading document imaging companies, will reach an exciting milestone this year. Celebrating 30 years in the Australian market achieving growth, innovation and providing low cost, environmentally friendly business solutions.

Kyocera established its Sydney head office in 1989 and has now established offices in Sydney, Sydney City, Canberra, Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane and Auckland. Following strong growth and strategic acquisitions, Kyocera Document Solutions now employs over 200 people.

"We take pride in what we have been able to achieve over the past 30 years," said Ryosuke Okochi, Managing Director of Kyocera Document Solutions. “It has been an incredible journey of innovation and growth that has driven us to where we are today."

“The hard work and dedication of our team as well as our valued partners have played a major role in our ongoing success. Our ability to adapt and evolve has meant we have been able to meet the ever-changing business landscape. We are also committed to challenging the status quo and continuing to deliver award-winning, cost-saving and environmentally responsible technologies to Australian and New Zealand businesses."

Kyocera Document Solutions has worked hard to be is one of the world's leading document solutions companies and has been dedicated to helping organisations minimise financial and ecological waste. Delivering a complete range of printers, multifunction devices and other document management solutions, Kyocera is renowned for its unique ECOSYS® durable imaging system. This enables Kyocera to offer cost-saving printer technology with long-life imaging components that provide greater reliability, are friendlier to the environment and present a significantly lower cost per printed page - resulting in a lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) over the life of the product. ​