Océ Museum now also offers a museum book

The book “Océ in seven stories” describes the history of the company from its very beginnings as a butter coloring factory to a producer of highly advanced printers. Over the years, Océ has always been a very innovative company that spends a large part of its profits on research and development.

The museum book is in line with the seven innovation steps in Océ’s history, as presented in the Océ Museum. It also provides a lot of background information.

It was made by Jo Geraedts, Hans Loonen and Sara van Rijt (editors) and Pascal Hagens (designer). In the photo, from left to right Pascal, Jo and Hans.

The book is written in English and illustrated with black-and-white and color photos.

It is only available in the Museum. Buy it during your visit. It costs €10

The Océ Museum is open to the public on the first Saturday of every month, from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. You can also visit and tour on other days. Send an email to museumtours@cpp.canon

For general information about the Océ Museum, visit the site www.ocemuseum.nl