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Fuji Xerox Gets SEA Games Sponsorship Deal

Fuji Xerox will serve as an official sponsor in the IT solutions category for the 27th Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) scheduled to take place in Myanmar from December 11 to 22, the company said.
“We believe that by hosting the SEA Games, Myanmar is making a good investment in creating a better future for young Myanmar people and a better future for the country,” said Masashi Honda, corporate vice president of Fuji Xerox and the president of Fuji Xerox Asia Pacific Operations.
“We are very proud to be a sponsor for this event, which the whole of Southeast Asia is excited about and looking forward to. Fuji Xerox will ensure ample support to the event to make it a success.
“This will be a historical event for Myanmar, and we wish all of the athletes great success.”
Myanmar will host the SEA Games for the first time in 44 years this year. The event is held once in every two years and is a highly popular sporting event in the region.
A total of 6,000 athletes from 11 countries – Myanmar, Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia, Singapore, Laos, Vietnam, the Philippines, Indonesia, Brunei, Cambodia, East Timor – from the Southeast Asian region  will participate in more than 30 sporting events during the event.
Fuji Xerox established its direct business operation Fuji Xerox Asia Pacific Pte Ltd (Myanmar Branch) in Yangon in April.
Fuji Xerox Co Ltd is a 75-25 joint venture between FUJIFILM Holdings Corp and Xerox Corporation (USA) that develops, manufactures and markets office and publishing equipment, digital colour multifunction devices, as well as document management software, solutions and services in Japan and the Asia-Pacific region including China. It also manufactures digital copiers, multifunction devices and printers for worldwide distribution.
Founded in 1962, the company currently employs approximately 45,000 people globally, and has more than 80 domestic and overseas affiliates and sales subsidiaries.

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