Ricoh New Zealand Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ricoh Company Limited, Japan. The company’s New Zealand head office is located in Parnell, Auckland, with branch offices in five other regional centres being, Hamilton, Palmerston North, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin. Ricoh New Zealand products and services provide customers with print, document management and IT solutions. Ricoh New Zealand products and services can reduce operating expenses, compared to alternatives, through saving energy and enhancing productivity and efficiency.

Ricoh New Zealand was the first office equipment and document solutions company in New Zealand to achieve carboNZero certification. Ricoh New Zealand recognises environmental sustainability as an integral part of all business activities. Ricoh New Zealand assumes responsibility for sustainability and approaches this on a company wide basis. It is Ricoh New Zealand’s goal to consistently maintain an industry leadership position in this area, and continually innovate with sustainability in mind. Some examples are:

  • Nationwide free toner cartridge collection and recycling programme for all Ricoh New Zealand customers.
  • Nationwide free machine collection and recycling programme for all Ricoh New Zealand devices.
  • Palmerston North: Green Corridors project since 2011.
  • Ricoh Eco Action Day – Global Ricoh initiative that involves staff and customers held annually on World Environment Day to highlight the importance of energy conservation.
  • Recycling Projects - Working with recycling partners to develop solutions that put recycled Ricoh New Zealand waste to good use.
Please note that from the 2012-13 period, service and organisation have been measured separately and have separate disclosure statements.



  • Toitū carbonreduce certified service
  • Toitū carbonzero certified organisation

Contact details

200 Victoria Street West, Auckland Central, P.O. Box 68-024, Newton, Auckland 1010, NZ

Phone: +64 9 374 0701

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Ricoh New Zealand: a carboNZero case study