Epson Opens New Printer Factory in Indonesia

Epson has commenced production at a new inkjet printer assembly factory in Indonesia as part of the company’s strategic plans for its inkjet printing business.

P.T. Indonesia Epson Industry, a subsidiary manufacturing business of Seiko Epson Corporation began operations following the opening of the new plant on April 22, 2016.

The factory was refurbished at a cost of almost 3 billion Japanese yen (US$27.8 million), after being acquired from another company in July 2013.

The strategic products being produced there include high-capacity ink tank printers and office inkjet printers. In addition, the production capacity will be expanded with an additional 2,000 employees expected to be added to the workforce.

Epson plans to aggressively invest in PrecisionCore inkjet print head technology at the site, to augment its existing operations at its Japanese plants. This will help the company to position itself to meet expanded demand over the long term by adding new production capacity.

Epson has integrated the production, distribution, sales, service and support of finished products created using original inkjet technology and core devices. Going forward, Epson will leverage this vertically integrated model to provide products and services that surprise and delight customers around the world.

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