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Komori (TYO: 6349) is the fourth largest manufacturer of printing presses, behind MAN Roland, Heidelberg and Koenig & Bauer AG (KBA). Komori is based in Japan and was founded in October 1923.
As one of the last privately owned press producers, Komori uses Toyota-based manufacturing principles. Each web press is shown to its customer at the factory in full production. With a close inner circle of developers active in installations and global field service, Komori has used over the years Windows-based systems for press console functions. The mix of their own developments with third party products requires little or no integration process at the installation site--a true "plug and play" design.