13 April 2016
Konica Minolta Canada moves to new headquarters
MISSISSAUGA—The Konica Minolta Business Solutions (Canada) headquarters is moving to the Airport Corporate Centre of Mississauga at 5875 Explorer Drive.

Konica Minolta's new headquarters 

The new facility offers state-of-the art technology and highlights the company’s broad line of printing and imaging products. According to Konica it will also feature its new portfolio of IT services, and its industrial and specialty technologies, which will provide new business opportunities for the Canadian printing and packaging industry.

It was also important to Konica that the new facility contribute to the well-being of the environment.

“We have designed the new building to reflect where Konica Minolta is headed as we continue to shape the future of our industry,” Chris Dewart, president & CEO, Konica Minolta Business Solutions (Canada) Ltd., said. “We have been steadily transforming our business from a hardware vendor to a strong player in information technology, information management and now the industrial print space. Our new headquarters will be tightly aligned with the needs of key stakeholders and showcase our strategic growth initiatives.”

Some of those features include:

  • A white reflective roof membrane, which reflects sunlight from the roof area and reduces the heat-island effect produced by conventional roofing materials.
  • Native and drought-tolerant plants that depend only on rainwater to flourish once planted. This eliminates the need for landscape irrigation, uses less fertilizer and requires fewer pesticides.
  • Electric vehicle charging stations in the parking lot to accommodate employees and visitors who drive electric or hybrid automobiles.
Konica employees will relocate to the new office in May 2016.
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