Lexmark is a U.S. manufacturer of imaging devices, matrix, laser and inkjet printers, scanners and multifunction equipment for both consumers and businesses. It is headquartered in Lexington, Kentucky, USA
It was founded in 1991 by IBM from its printer division, as an external company focused on printer manufacturing. In 1995 IBM put part of the company up for sale by placing shares on the NYSE, thus divesting itself of IBM.
The company's headquarters and its research and development division are located in Lexington, Kentucky, USA. Lexmark has offices throughout North and South America, Asia, Africa and Europe. The company has more than 13,000 employees worldwide. Lexmark is a Fortune 500 company and had revenues of $5.22 billion in 2005. In addition to manufacturing hardware under its own name, Lexmark also acts as a white label for the printers of other large companies, such as Dell. In April 2009, the company announced that it would close one of its plants located in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, starting in the first quarter of 2010 as part of a cost reduction plan.
Lexmark specialises in printers and printer accessories and its current product range includes colour and monochrome laser printers, inkjet printers (many of them multi-function including at least a scanner, and several with photographic quality), and dot-matrix printers. Lexmark is one of the first companies to launch affordable Wi-Fi inkjet printers. They also offer a wide range of laser printers for professional printing.
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