Canon, a Japanese multinational corporation, announced Thursday that it changed the company name of Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation to Canon Medical Systems Corporation.
Canon Medical Systems, acquired by the Canon Group in 2016, 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.
Canon said the company has completed such procedures and that the change of the company name will be effective immediately.
“Canon Medical Systems will continue to expand to accelerate the growth of the Canon Group’s medical equipment business and contribute to better healthcare throughout the world,” the company said in a statement.
Canon Medical Systems, established in 1930, has introduced various medical systems in cooperation with its customers worldwide. With its global sales and service network, the company supplies diagnostic imaging systems to around 140 countries.