International Data Corporation, multifunctional machines and copying equipment.
Between April and June, about 22.0 million devices of these types were sold worldwide, a decrease of 3.9 per cent over the second quarter of last year, when the shipment was 22.9 million.
Looking at the industry in monetary terms, sales declined by 5.3 per cent to approximately $9.6 billion a year before the market was valued at $10.1 billion.
The industry's unqualified leader is HP: last quarter, the company sold 8.7 million devices, accounting for 39.6%, second being the Canon Group, with 4.4 million vehicles shipped and 20.1% market, and closing the Epson Three, with 3.9 million and 17.6%.
In addition, Brother and Pantum, which accounted for 1.9 million and 486.1 thousand respectively, accounted for 8.4 per cent and 2.2 per cent respectively, and all other producers jointly control 12.1 per cent of the industry.