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In 1947, Toshio Lue established a bicycle lamp business in his brother-in-law's unused factory. Within three years, Sanyo produced Japan's first plastic-encased radio representing the brand's hallmark combination of quality, affordability and reliability. Today, Sanyo is a Fortune 500 company with an international reputation and consumer base and the goal of establishing worldwide distribution across the three major oceans. Sanyo and its parent company, Panasonic, distribute a full range of multi-function fax machines, laser printers and inkjet printing solutions for home users, offices and small businesses.
Based in Osaka, Japan, the Sanyo Electric Co. manufactures, distributes and develops products for more than 200 corporations and subsidiaries worldwide. Sanyo has strong sales in the consumer electronics sector as well as healthcare, retail and aviation. In addition to semiconductors, computer components, cell phones, digital cameras, printers and inkjet cartridges, Sanyo is working to develop the next wave of alternative energy technology, including rechargeable batteries, electric cars and solar powered devices. Since the company's inception, Sanyo has been the first in many business areas. In the 1950s, Sanyo was the first company to introduce a washing machine with a pulsating bottom, a division that continues to develop innovative, energy-saving and water-saving products.
Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Sanyo maintained joint-operations with Sony. Working together, they produced the short-lived Betamax video format, followed by the popular and portable Video8 camcorder and cassettes. In the 1990s, Sanyo and Sony ceased joint-operations after Sanyo decided to back the unpopular HD DVD format supported by Toshiba instead of the Blu-ray DVD format used by Sony and major movie producers. In the late 1990s, Sanyo focused on developing solutions for digital cameras, at-home printing and cell phones. Partnering with Sprint PCS, Sanyo developed the CDMA system for allowing multi-channel connections between mobile phone users.
In the latest chapter of corporate history, Sanyo became a subsidiary of Panasonic after the company bought a majority stake in 2009 for a price of $4.5 billion. Both Panasonic and Sanyo continue to distribute laser and inkjet printers and fax machines for home users and small businesses. With a product range that includes thermal and plain paper fax machines and printers, Sanyo also manufactures a variety of toner cartridges and ink refills. Consumers and small business owners can take advantage of affordable prices on Canon and Sanyo-compatible printer cartridges in the BC series and SFX series. By switching to remanufactured cartridges, consumers are guaranteed a product that meets or exceeds OEM standards at a fraction of the cost. Ink and toner refills kits are another great way to replace cartridges for less than half the cost of ink and toner cartridges produced by Sanyo.
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