5 January 2022
Toner Shortage Being Fixed
TATSUNO, JAPAN—
KM toner plant in Tatsuno Japan
KM toner plant in Tatsuno Japan
 Konica Minolta ( KM)  president and CEO Shoei Yamana has issued a apology for the “enormous inconvenience” caused by the firm’s toner supply woes. The Tatsuno factory, which makes the Simitri polymerised toner used in its high-end devices, restarted production on 8 November. Kofu resumed production on 18 October.The two plants make toner for
all KM graphic arts equipment world wide.
Konica Minolta President and CEO Shoei Yamana
Konica Minolta President and CEO Shoei Yamana
 Yamana said: “With regard to the accidents that occurred at Tatsuno Factory in the group last year, I would like to offer my sincere apologies to  our customers for the enormous inconvenience and concerns they caused.  “We take the accidents seriously, and are even more determined to ensure the safety of the community and take appropriate steps to prevent the recurrence, while building customers’ confidence in our products,” CEO Shoei Yamana stated.
 
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