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Corporate History

1962

  • Fuji Photo Film and Rank Xerox establish Fuji Xerox as a joint venture, capitalized at 200 million yen (equity ratio: 50/50). (photo)
  • Launches the Fuji Xerox 914.

1965

1971

  • Acquires Takematsu Plant and Iwatsuki Plant from Fuji Photo Film and Iwatsuki Kohki, respectively, to establish an integrated manufacturing and sales organization. (photo)
  • Ebina Plant begins operations.

1974

1977

1979

1980

  • Receives The Deming Prize in recognition for its excellence in quality control. (photo)

1982

  • Enters the education field
  • Establishes Corporate Research Lab at Ebina Plant
  • Establishes Suzuka Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. (photo)
  • Establishes Fuji Xerox Distribution Co., Ltd.

1984

1985

1988

1989

1990

1991

1992

1994

1995

  • Introduces new corporate logo.
  • Establishes Corporate Research Laboratories at Nakai. (photo)
  • Establishes a printer manufacturing subsidiary in Shenzhen, China.

1996

  • Begins incorporation of recycled parts to a production line with an aim to achieve zero-waste. (photo)

1997

1998

1999

2000

  • Acquires Sony Tektronix Corporation's printing business and establishes Phaser Printing Japan Co., Ltd.
  • Acquires Nippon Carbide Industries Company's chemical toner business and establishes new plant in Toyama. (photo)
  • Establishes AccessTicket Systems Inc.
  • Achieves resource recycling rate of 99.97% through zero-waste system established nationwide.
  • Acquires China/Hong Kong Operations from Xerox Corporation.

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2003

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2012