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Ricoh donates printers to Malaysian student camp

AvantiKumar | Jan. 14, 2016
Ricoh also conducted an interactive 3D printing technology workshop for Malaysian students and teachers organised by the Malaysian Tax Academy,

Ricoh - KCC

Photo - (From left): Dr.Nik Abdullah Sani Nik Mohamed, Director Centre for International Training, Research and Innovation, Akademi Percukaian Malaysia (APM); Razfi Abdul Hamid Representative of Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia (KPM); Tuan Haji Adzhar Sulaiman, Director of APM; YBhg. Dato' Abdul Aziz, Deputy CEO (Management) Lembaga Hasil Dalam Negeri; Nick Tan, General Manager of RICOH (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd; and Encik Najib, Representative of KPM.

Digital imaging and printing firm Ricoh conducted an interactive 3D printing technology workshop at a camp for Malaysian students and also donated 38 printers worth more than RM20,000 (US$4,560) to  KEM Cerdik Cuckai (KCC) 2015 held recently by the Malaysian Tax Academy.

The camp, which was attended by more than 200 students, either from lower or higher 6th formers, as well 50 teachers, included an update by Ricoh on its applications, current trends and the industry landscape, said Nick Tan, Ricoh Malaysia's marketing general manager.

"At Ricoh we believe that everyone can enjoy the functionality and efficiency of Ricoh products, thus our contribution to this camp," said Tan. "Coupled with our commitment to making a difference in the local community, being a sponsor of a camp that promotes learning and personal growth is exactly what RICOH is all about,"

Ricoh was one of the main sponsors of the camp which was a joint effort between the Ministry of Education (MOE) and Lembaga Hasil Dalam Negeri Malaysia (LHDNM).


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