Canon Medical Systems Changes Names of Former Toshiba Entities


January 4, 2018—Canon Inc. and Canon Medical Systems Corporation announced the official corporate name change of Canon Group Company Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation to Canon Medical Systems Corporation.

In March 2016, Toshiba Corporation and Canon Inc. announced the sale of Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation to Canon. The transaction was closed in December 2016, and Canon Medical Systems has been undertaking the procedures for obtaining regulatory approval for integration with the Canon Group and change of the company name under the relevant national or regional laws concerning pharmaceuticals and medical devices. These procedures have been completed, and the change of the company name is now effective.

Also, Toshiba America Medical Systems, a Canon Group Company, announced the official introduction of a new company name, Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc., headquartered in Tustin, California. The company markets, sells, distributes, and services radiology and cardiovascular systems, including computed tomography, magnetic resonance ultrasound, x-ray, and interventional x-ray equipment. More information about Canon Medical Systems can be found here on its website.


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