Share of HP, Canon, Epson, Brother and Kyocera in HCP business

Shipments of hardcopy peripheral (HCP) products increased 8.6 percent to nearly 26.2 million units in the third quarter of 2020, IDC report indicated.
Share of HP, Canon, Epson, Brother and Kyocera
This was the first growth — driven by the demand for low-end, cost-effective inkjet devices for home working and home education —  for the global HCP market since the second quarter of 2018.

Increases in unit shipments were observed in the three largest regional markets – the United States, Western Europe, and China. The growth was stimulated by increased working and learning from home, which require affordable printers for home-based printing.

HP and Canon posted significant year-over-year growth in global shipments at 22.7 percent and 12.1 percent respectively.

Both the inkjet and laser markets posted year-over-year growth in 3Q20, registering gains of 13.8 percent and 2.0 percent respectively.

1. HP Inc. 11,599,535 44 percent 9,450,906 39 percent +22.7 percent
2. Canon Group 5,584,533 21 percent 4,983,323 21 percent +12.1 percent
3. Epson 4,148,285 16 percent 4,632,230 19 percent -10.4 percent
4. Brother 1,781,660 7 percent 1,848,512 8 percent -3.6 percent
5. Kyocera Group 407,136 2 percent 504,593 2 percent -19.3 percent

HP’s share increased to 44 percent from 39 percent.

Canon’s share was flat at 21 percent.

Epson’s share fell to 16 percent from 19 percent.

Brother’s share dropped to 7 percent from 8 percent.

Kyocera’s share was flat at 2 percent.

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