Canon presents next-generation MegaTank printers
The PIXMA G640 and G540 photo printers use six dye-based inks, including two new dedicated red and grey dyes for a wider colour range.
Canon comes out on top
Canon has been named the market leader for continuous feed and sheet fed inkjet heavy production printing segments in EMEA.
How to make your business more ‘circular’
Companies are starting to look at the goods and services they provide and innovating for sustainable success, says Canon.
How your print buyers’ needs are changing
A clear opportunity exists for print service providers to build a more consultative relationship with their customers, says Canon.
Canon imageFORMULA DR-S150: The small, versatile multi-environment scanner
The new Canon imageFORMULA DR-S150, available from Drive Control Corporation, is a fast, compact desktop scanner that incorporates USB, wireless and wired connectivity.
Canon Once Again Revolutionises the Future of Photography and Filmmaking with Pioneering, New EOS R System
Canon Central and North Africa (CCNA), a provider of imaging technologies and services, has today redefined the frontiers of photography and filmmaking with the launch of the pioneering EOS R System.
In Partnership with ARKEOS Group, Canon, Debuts the All New Oc'e Colorado 1640 Printer at Its Casablanca Showroom On Thursday, July 19, 2018
The Oc? Colorado 1640 - Canon's heralded and first 64-inch durable wide format graphic arts roll-to-roll printer, built on the revolutionary new Canon UVgel technology - is now available on the Moroccan market.
Canon appoints new president and CEO for EMEA
Yuichi Ishizuka's appointment ensures continuity of strategic transformation and will strengthen core businesses, the company says.
Security uncertainties threaten SA's digitisation charge
The key is to provide greater education on the benefits of cloud and mobile services, says Canon.
Re-manufactured office copiers take local market by storm
Over the past 10 years, expertly refurbished used MFP office copiers have been a growing trend among South African businesses looking to stretch their IT budgets further, while still maintaining world-class printing standards.
Canon deal to buy Toshiba's medical unit gets green light
Japan's anti-monopoly regulator has approved Canon's $6.5 billion acquisition of Toshiba's medical unit.