April 7, 2021
The Konica Minolta direct branches involved in this acquisition are strategically located in areas where ACP currently operates and can support these customers with their current equipment as well as offer them an expansive list of technology solutions.
ACP explained that with the acquisition of these Konica Minolta branches, it is able to expand into new markets and fortify their existing presence in – Boulder, Fort Collins, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Grand Junction, Cheyenne, Laramie, Flagstaff, Omaha, Lincoln, and Kearney.
“We are very grateful to Konica Minolta for their continued partnership and trusting us with the care of their customers. We look forward to providing these clients with an expanded inventory of the office equipment and technical solutions their business requires to succeed alongside ACP’s signature award-winning service,” said Brad Knepper, President & CEO of All Copy Products.
“Our confidence in our Dealer Partners allows us to make these forward moves. We recognize that it is critical to continue our investment in our channel partners, to ensure our mutual success and growth to meet the changing market demands,” added Sam Errigo, COO of Konica Minolta Business Solutions USA, Inc.
Due to this acquisition, and in conjunction with the continuous annual growth of their organisation, ACP will surpass the $125 million (€105million) annual revenue mark this year. This further solidifies ACP’s position in the Greater Rocky Mountain Region as one of the largest independently owned and operated office technology provider, headquartered in the region.
In addition to the acquisition of clients, ACP is also bringing on over 70 employees from Konica Minolta.
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