Canon U.S.A Celebrates Official Grand Opening Of Its Canon Americas Headquarters With Chairman And CEO Of Canon Inc. And Local Officials

Celebrating a monumental step in the Company’s history, Canon U.S.A. Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, today held a grand opening ceremony of its Canon Americas Headquarters in Melville, N.Y. Joined by Fujio Mitarai, chairman and CEO of Canon Inc., Joe Adachi, president and CEO of Canon U.S.A., welcomed state and local officials to show appreciation for their support of the headquarters project.

Among those officials in attendance were Senator Charles Schumer; Kenneth Adams president and CEO of Empire State Development, representing Governor Andrew Cuomo; Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and the Huntington Town Supervisor Frank P. Petrone. The new 700,000 square-foot headquarters serves as a symbol of Canon’s commitment to growth, innovation and the Long Island community.

“The official opening of the Canon Americas Headquarters is an exciting time for our Company and we are grateful for all of the local support we have received along the way,” said Joe Adachi, president and CEO of Canon U.S.A. “Canon's dedication to the environment and the community is an integral part of our corporate culture. The headquarters, which is designed to meet LEED® gold certification, will serve as a symbol of this commitment.”

“It is an exciting day for the Canon family as we officially celebrate the grand opening of our new home on Long Island,” said Seymour Liebman, executive vice president, chief administrative officer and general counsel, Canon U.S.A. “Canon has proudly called Long Island home for 42 years and we are grateful for the support we have received from those who helped us reach this milestone.”

“Today’s grand opening ceremony marks a picture perfect moment for Canon U.S.A. and all of Long Island,” said Senator Charles Schumer. “‘One Canon Park’ will be an anchor business for the Route 110 corridor and attract business visitors from across the world. When I first met with senior Canon officials years ago, I knew this project would be a success. I fought hard, along with officials from Long Island, to secure millions of dollars for road improvements in-and-around this heavily commuted corridor and worked to secure millions of stimulus dollars so that Canon could relocate to Melville. With over 1,400 jobs on Long Island, Canon is an asset to the local economy and I am proud to have seen this project through to fruition. Congratulations to the chairman and CEO of Canon, Fujio Mitarai and all of the local leaders who made today possible.”

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