Konica Minolta, Inc. is a Japanese electronics and computer hardware manufacturer that specializes in office equipment, graphic imaging, measuring instruments, medical instruments, and other optical devices. The company came into being after a merger between Konica and Minolta in 2003.
The company is currently headquartered in Marunouchi in Chiyoda, Tokyo and has regional offices in more than 49 countries around the world. The company manufactures industrial imaging products such as copiers, scanners, laser printers, digital printing systems, multi-functional peripherals and others. They also manufacture medical and other graphing solutions such as X-ray image processing systems, X-ray film, photometers, color proofing systems, and other sensing products.