Canon® puts production on halt in Thailand
Japanese organization, Canon is in news these days for issuing various statements on production delays.
The latest statement from Canon is about the probability of delays in the company’s inkjet and digital camera production lines in Thailand. This statement was released by Canon Europe. However, the corporation has not yet declared that which models of printers and cameras will come under these possible delays in manufacturing.
Canon does not manufacture its range of cameras in Thailand, however, various parts suppliers are based there. The halt comes as a result of heavy flood, affecting the production and other activities.
Canon press release said: “Canon has halted a prolongation lines in Thailand in response to a flooding in a country. In addition, while Canon does not have camera prolongation comforts in Thailand, partial suppliers have also postulated repairs due to floods that will impact camera production.”
The only model which is revealed and is one of those which have been affected by this delay in production is the PIXMA PRO-1. The printer was denounced recently. It is one of the world’s initially released A3 printers that use 12 separate 36 ml cartridges. According to Canon, the 12-ink complement is meant to enhance the color of printouts.
There are additional five monochrome inks as well to enhance the black glossiness of black-and-white printouts. The printer does not restore any sort of stream models in the Canon line-up. The 27 kg printer comes with 36 ml of ink cartridges. The new Canon PIXMA PRO-1 comes with a complete set of cartridges on every new purchase.
Let’s wait and watch the resumption of production by Canon.