Komori Resumes Normal Production
Following the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan on March 11, Komori Corp. last week announced that normal production has resumed at its Tsukuba and Yamagata factories.
“We are very pleased at the news coming from our factories in Japan,” said Kosh Miyao, President and COO of Komori America Corporation. “I also want to express my appreciation and gratitude for the many kind thoughts and wishes we have received from our customers and the printing community. The support has been overwhelming and is much appreciated.”
While Komori expects minor delays in press shipments through mid-April 2011, the Tokyo-based company announced marked improvements in both fuel and power restrictions.
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