Success for Kyocera as four iF DESIGN awards are bestowed

Champions Once Again

No strangers to the occasional gong, Kyocera have reigned victorious once again, this time bagging a total of four ‘iF DESIGN’ awards.

Kyocera, who are one of the world’s leading manufacturers of document imaging solutions and document management systems, are delighted to announce that four of their A4 multifunctional products and printers have won the prestigious ‘iF DESIGN AWARD 2017’, beating a collective of other brands in the race to bag the top-spot.

The Winning Foursome

The ECOSYS M5526cdw, P5026cdw, M2604idw and P2040dw were the four winning machines that saw Kyocera strike gold once again. According to iF, these machines demonstrated excellence in low-noise operations and compact design. These commendable printing attributes therefore recognise these products as the ideal printing solution for those working in sectors such as retail and distribution. The minimal disruption and space-saving features mean that these devices can be set up and used within close proximity of users, without causing disruption or general inconvenience.

The Future Vision of Kyocera

Kyocera have become renowned for their ongoing commitment to the development of waste and cost-effective products, as well as simple operability and design. Previously, the exact same four machines also won the ‘Good Design Award 2016’, hosted by public interest incorporated foundation, the Japan Institute for Design Promotion (JDP).

Confident in their products, Kyocera are now more determined than ever to continue to engineer devices that can be relied upon both for high-quality results and performance, and overall design and usability, too.

At Printerbase, Kyocera is one of our best-loved brands, so it’s always wonderful to hear what great things they’re achieving. We can’t wait to find out what other incredible achievements Kyocera will go on to accomplish in the future.

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