14 January 2013
Océ-Canada now a Canon subsidiary
MISSISSAUGA—Océ-Canada is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of Canon Canada. “We are very much looking forward to joining forces with Canon,” said Océ-Canada president Patrick D’Souza in a release.

"Océ offers strength and expertise in areas of production printing and wide-format printing that will enhance the overall Canon offering," he added. "I am confident Océ customers and Canon customers will benefit greatly from this new relationship."

Kevin Ogawa maintains his role as president and chief executive officer of Canon Canada, and is also now chairman and chief executive officer of Océ-Canada. D'Souza will carry on as president of Océ-Canada.

"We are confident that this winning combination will contribute greatly to our goal of becoming the overall No. 1 presence in the printing industry in Canada," Ogawa said.

Canon Canada's parent company, Canon Inc., generates almost $46-billion in global revenue, according to company info.

Océ provides document management and printing for professionals. Its offering includes office printing and copying systems, high-speed digital production printers and wide-format printing systems. The company is also a supplier of document management outsourcing.
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