Company Profile

Having manufactured the first copy machines and facsimiles in Korea, Sindoh has worked its way towards being a global output solution partner. We have grown to be a corporate culture centered around people by focusing on our love for the country, workplace and people, core technological capability and partnership with professionals based on trust.

The digital network environment representing the 21st century is going through rapid changes thanks to the growth of mobile and cloud technologies, so customers require more efficient and innovative office environments. Sindoh provides office systems built around digital all-in-one solutions and printers that surpass customer expectations.
Sindoh is a group of professionals that includes R&D, sales, manufacturing and service, with solidified partnerships in renowned global enterprises. Our unique expertise and know-how from doing business overseas allow us to penetrate global markets with confidence.

2012 saw the establishment of our U.S branch and this is the year that marks our first steps towards a bigger world. As we have done in the past 50 years, we will continue to pursue constant innovation in the next 50 years as well as successfully expand into other markets such as Europe and Asia.

Sindoh will be reborn into a company to support all global customers with its management philosophy, “With Customer, With Cost, With Ownership.” I hope you will be with us to witness the days ahead.

Woo Suk-Hyung

Chairman and CEO


Sindoh aims to be at the top of global enterprises with the management principle, “With Customer, With Cost, With Ownership.”

The slogan “With Customer” says it all – valuing customers and enriching services. Everyone at Sindoh will prioritize customer-oriented thoughts and behavior, which will strengthen our partnership for our growth together. We will expand our market basis into the U.S, China and eventually the whole world while uplifting customer values.

The second idea, “With Cost,” is about the competitiveness of our products. Development QCD of all businesses, including all-in-one printers and office solutions, will be aligned with global standards, while maximizing production efficiency in Korea and China and doubling capacity of global sourcing, especially by focusing on cost competitiveness.

Last, but not the least, “With Ownership” means extensively expanding our new lineup through green designs and human technologies for the improvement of the global brand value of Sindoh. We also promise to be constantly innovative, legitimate and have an honorable management.

Sindoh will continue to evolve into a global enterprise through endless changes and a challenging spirit based on differentiated product competitiveness that induces trust from customers and industry-leading new lineups.

Company History


  • In 2014 launched A600, M600 and D200 series in US Market
  • In 2012 4Q launched N700 and M400 series in US Market
  • Participate in 2012 Las Vegas ITEX Show
  • Established China Sales Subsidiaries Head Office in Qingdao
  • 50th anniversary celebrations
  • 50th anniversary celebrations in Korea


  • Global Brand Sindoh(new corporate identity)
  • Entered the commercial digital printing business(Strategic Alliance with Eastman Kodak)
  • Established a strategic alliance with Microsoft Korea
  • Received US 300 Million Dollar Export Tower Award
  • Expanding manufacturing facilities in ASIA


  • Completed construction of the expansion of Seoul Headquarters
  • Company goes public on the Korean Stock Exchange
  • Completed construction of the world’s 3rd Drum factory
  • Established partnership agreement with Lexmark
  • Launched first self-developed copier, FT-1000


  • Commenced exporting Sorter
  • Established Sindoh System / Techno / Computer
  • Established Research & Development Center
  • Commenced production of Korea’s first facsimile, FAX3300H


  • Commenced Production of Korea’s first plain paper copier, DT1200
  • Completed construction of the headquarters in Seoul, Korea


  • Established Partnership Agreement with Ricoh, Japan
  • Commenced production of Korea’s first electric copier BS-1
  • Commenced production of Korea’s first copier, Ricopy 555
  • Corporate Establishment(7th July)

Corporate overview

SINDOH is a Global company specializing in imaging since its inception in1960.

SINDOH’s growth is based on technology. The first R&D lab in Korea set up in 1982 now has about 260 researchers with master or doctorate degrees in machinery, electronics, chemicals, HW/SW and etc.

Manufacturing divisions of SINDOH are located in Asan in Korea and Qingdao in China. A massive complex of 500,000㎡ has about 3,000 employees and facilities that churn out 2.2 million units of equipment including multifunction copiers, laser printers and finishers, as well as components and consumables such as cartridges, PCB, toners, etc. with great levels of quality and production reliability.

The biggest strengths of SINDOH include a stable financial structure and advanced corporate culture. The company boasts of great financial stability, having stayed in the black for more than 50 years consecutively since incorporation, and has never borrowed from banks or issued promissory notes.

SINDOH has stayed at the top of the Korean market for more than half a century and is slated to take a step towards global markets.

SINDOH America Ltd. overview

The U.S. office in Charlotte, North Carolina marks the first overseas expansion of SINDOH in 2012 – its penetration into the global market has been thoroughly prepared from long-term visions and the launching of the new global lineup is the first step.

The Las Vegas  ITEX Show in 2012 March was first major event in the U.S. market. And dealers from around the world praised SINDOH products, leading to an active expansion of overseas business. U.S. customers could experience the M400 and N700 laser multifunction copiers in October, as customer service and dealership programs have been activated and sales/marketing networks are expanding all over the U.S.

The U.S. branch will serve as the successful foothold for SINDOH’s global business and the company’s future plans for bigger markets in South America, Europe and Asia.