Construction of Ohmori Office completed as developmental base for imaging technology.
Ricoh awarded the Keidanren Chairman's Prize at the 9th Global Environmental Awards.The Ricoh Group Environmental Report 1999 wins Best Report.
Ricoh acquires Lanier Worldwide, Inc. (headquarters: Atlanta), an OA equipment marketing company in the U.S.
Ricoh receives Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Award for the advanced environmental friendliness of the "imagio Neo 350 series".
Ricoh receives the "Climate Is Business" Award from the European Business Council and U.S. Business Council for the company's contributions to global warming prevention.
Multifunctional "imagio Neo 220/270 Series" receives the Energy Conservation Center Chairman's Prize for energy conservation. Shanghai Ricoh Facsimile Co.,Ltd. achieves cumulative facsimile machine production totaling 1,000,000 units.
Ricoh receives the "7th Disclosure Award for Listed Companies" by the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Ricoh announces its participation in the UN Global Compact.
Ricoh ranked first in the world for corporate responsibility rating by Oekom Research AG of Germany.
Lanier Worldwide, Inc. of the US (a Ricoh company) receives first J.D. Power and Associates Award for office automation.
Ricoh joins in the United Nations (UN) Global Compact.
Ricoh China Co., Ltd. established in Shanghai as a regional Headquarters in China.
President Sakurai honored with a CBE(Commander of the British Empire) from the British government.
Ricoh Group receives Gold Medal from World Environment Center (WEC).
Lanier Worldwide, Inc. of the US (a Ricoh company) receives first J.D. Power and Associates Award for office automation for two consecutive years.
Ricoh Software Research Center (Beijing) Co.,Ltd. established.
Shanghai Ricoh Digital Equipment Co.,Ltd. established.
Ricoh acquires Hitachi Printing Solutions, Ltd. (renamed Ricoh Printing Systems, Ltd.) in a first step toward entering the production printing business.
Ricoh Software Inc., consolidating five domestic software R&D subsidiaries,established.
Ricoh given a AAA environmental rating by Tohmatsu Evaluation and Certification Organization.
Ricoh Global Services was established in all 5 regions to support our Global Major Account customers.
Ricoh ranked first in the world for CSR by Oekom Research AG, a German CSR rating firm.
Ricoh Technology Center established in Ebina, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan.
Construction of mass-production plant for polymerized toner,"PxP toner", completed at Numazu, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan.
"imagio Toner Type C2" wins the Ecology Design Prize from the Ministry of Economy,Trade and Industry, awarded to designs that protect the environment and promote effective resource use.
The office of the Headquarters moves to new location in the Ginza,Tokyo.
Ricoh signs an Official Partner Agreement with the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, Janan.
Major new billboard lights up a top the San-ai Dream Center, Ginza, Tokyo.
Ricoh Europe B.V. concludes a Share Purchase Agreement with Danka Business Systems PLC.
"Technology Portal", a new showroom, opens in New York City.
The "imagio MP C4500it/3500it", digital color multifunction printer, obtains Color Universal Disign Certification.
Shiro Kondo appointed President and CEO. Masamitsu Sakurai becomes Chairman(1st).
Ricoh Corporation, USA, renamed "RicohAmericas Corporation".
Mr.Sakurai appointed Chairman of the KEIZAIDOYUKAI (Japan Association of Corporate Excutives)(24th).
"InfoPrint Company", a joint venture between Ricoh and IBM, begins operation in Boulder, Colorado, USA.
Ricoh becomes the title sponsor for "the Women's British Open", the international golf tournament.
Construction of the Design and Development Center completed in Ikeda, Osaka.
Mr.Sakurai receives the "legion d'honneur" from the French government.
Ricoh Technology Center wins the Nikkei Manufacturing Award, first in the Ricoh Group.
All domestic sales companies in Japan amalgamated.
Ricoh Elemex Corporation becomes a wholly owned subsidiary following an exchange of shares.
Ricoh enters the color Print-On-Demand market and introduces a color producton printer,"the Ricoh Pro C900".
Ricoh acquires U.S.-based IKON Office Solutions, Inc. a major office equipment distributor.
Ricoh releases its first reconditioned digital full-color MFPs. (Japan market only)
Ricoh Manufacturing (Thailand) begins operations.
Ricoh produces the world’s first(*) biomass toner, to be used in the imagio MP 6001GP in Japan. *As a manufacturer’s genuine supply item.
Ricoh releases the GXR world’s first interchangeable unit camera.
Ricoh makes "Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World" List by Corporate Knights, Inc. of Canada for 6th year in a row.
Ricoh Opens Institute of Sustainability and Business.
Ricoh sets up a 100% solar-powered electronic billboard in New York’s Times Square.
Ricoh Japan Corporation is established by integrating seven domestic sales companies in Japan.
Ricoh receives 2010 Nikkei Award for Best Companies Supporting Child-Rearing.
Ricoh completed a new building at the Ricoh Technology Center (Ebina, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan), the product development hub for the Ricoh Group.
Ricoh enters the Unified Communication System Business. Ricoh starts a global strategic alliance with Heidelberg in the graphic arts field.
The Ichimura Nature School Kanto enters its 10th year, teaching sound values to young people with its concept of “learning to live from Mother Nature.”
Ricoh establishes Ricoh Production Print Solutions, LLC in the USA.
Ricoh launches the Eco Solution Business and enters the LED Illumination market.
Ricoh installs a 100% solar-powered electronic billboard in London.
Ricoh installs a 100% solar-powered electronic billboard in Sydney.
Ricoh is recognized as one of the “World’s Best Companies in Social and Environmental Performance” by oekom research AG,Germany.
Ricoh establishes PENTAX RICOH IMAGING COMPANY, LTD.
Ricoh receives the Award of Director-General of the Industrial Science And Technology Policy and Environment Bureau, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry for its dry washing technology that removes residue without solvents nor water.
Ricoh Vietnam Company Ltd. is established in Vietnam.
Ricoh introduces IPSiO PJ WX4130N/WX4130, the world’s smallest*1 and lightest*1 ultra-short-throw projector. *1: Among ultra-short-throw projectors using mirror reflector (Result investigated by Ricoh, as of November 7, 2011)
Ricoh is selected as the world's best performing business for sustainability performance in the IT industry by Oekom Research AG.
Establishes Ricoh Innovations Private Limited, an IT-focused R&D facility
Unveils New Global Brand Message: "imagine. change."
Establishes Ricoh Thermal Media Asia Pacific Private Limited, a company responsible for thermal media and related business in Mumbai, India.
Completes the transaction of assets of ADA-Das SystemHaus GmbH, an IT services company.
Ricoh begins using steel made of 100% steel scrap for office equipment use with Tokyo Steel
Ricopy 101 certified as "Mechanical Engineering Heritage" by The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers
Ricoh provides Solutions and Services at the Annual Meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Group.
Ricoh Endorses “The Carbon Price Communique” Joint declaration on Climate Change.
Ricoh Named to 2012 Top 100 Global Innovators List by Thomson Reuters, one of the world's leading sources of intelligent information for businesses and professionals.
Ricoh is listed in the "Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World" by Corporate Knights, Inc. of Canada for the 9th year in a row.
Ricoh is selected as one of the "World's Most Ethical Companies" by Ethisphere Institute of the USA for the 5th year in a row.
Ricoh listed for the 10th consecutive year in the FTSE4Good Index, a globally recognized corporate social responsibility standard.