Konica Minolta is the result of the 2003 merger between the Japanese corporations Konica and Minolta. Today they offer a wide range of products, from printers to x-ray image systems to spectrophotometers.
Tequipment specializes in these product groups:
Konica Minolta manufactures spectrophotometers and tristimulus colorimeters for measuring the reflected and transmitted color of objects. These products are used for color quality control and grading of automotive parts, paint, plastic, textiles, construction materials and foods.
The spectroscopy equipment manufactured by Konica Minolta is used for laboratory and scientific work across the uv/visible/nir spectrum.
Konica Minolta offers a variety of products for testing display quality, white balance, and contrast, and for measuring display chroma, brightness and balance. These products include display color analyzers, spectral colorimeters, and spectral radiometers.
Revenue (2009): $9.6 billion
Employees: 38, 310
Offices in 35 countries