Fujifilm merges with subsidiary

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Fujifilm has announced the completion of a merger between Fujinon (Europe) and Fujifilm Europe. With this merger Fujifilm made a major step towards the consolidation and integration of its core business activities in Europe. The merger follows the July 2010 merger of Fujifilm Tokyo with its wholly-owned direct subsidiary Fujinon Corporation. Following that move, respective changes were initiated in other regions of the world.

Before the merger Fujinon (Europe) operated mainly in two market segments: endoscopy systems and optical devices. The optical devices business was established as a new European business domain within the Fujifilm Europe organisation, and this merger will give the business unit an enhanced and widened platform for successfully expanding its activities.  

Fujifilm serves a range of industries including medical, chemical, graphic arts, electronic materials, optics, recording media, motion picture, and photographic technologies.

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