Ricoh Managing Director visits

05 April 2016

RICOH Managing Director, Michael Pollok, arrived in Apia yesterday. 

Mr. Pollok is joined by other senior Ricoh executives and RICOH Samoa CEO, Shiv Narayan. 

RICOH is a Fortune 500 company, with over 100,000 employees worldwide, and is a market leader in print and document management technology. 


Mr. Pollok and his delegation are in Apia for their annual conference. 

Samoa was chosen from a range of Pacific countries because of its local commitment to sustainability. 

“For Ricoh, taking responsibility for environmental sustainability is not an option – it’s just how we do business - and the environmental initiatives in Samoa are world-class.”

As part of his visit, Mr. Pollok will be meeting with a number of Government agencies and companies about how RICOH can help them become sustainable. 

“We’ve seen a lot of excitement in Apia around RICOH’s electronic records management systems,” says Mr. Pollok.

“Climate change is a real concern in small Island states so RICOH’s electronic records management systems can help deliver a paperless office, which is environmentally-friendly and sustainable.”

05 April 2016

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