KINGMAX Memory Card Selling No.1 in Japan

BCN award

KINGMAX won No.1 BCN Award in 2012

[Taipei, Taiwan, Feb. 17, 2002] KINGMAX, world renowned leading brand of DRAM and flash memory won the “No.1 BCN Award” in the category of memory card by BCN Inc. This is the highest honor to memory cards—including camera and mobile memory cards—sales in Japan during 2011.

KINGMAX and its channel partner in Japan worked together to continue the established honor of roundup in 2010 and performed impressive sales in 2011. KINGMAX led market by 20% market share and gained recognition of No1. BCN Award.


Memory Card Category

market share

Market Share: KINGMAX, 20.7%, SanDisk, 16.9%, Buffalo, 8%, others, 54.4%

(Survey Period:2011/1/1~2011/12/31)

Source:BCN website


“Thanks to our best channel partner’s 100% support and commitment in Japan, we are able to extend market around Japan and deliver the best quality of KINGMAX products to consumers” , said Lawrence Chang, KINGMAX Global Sales Senior VP during interview after award ceremony. “KINGMAX is able to continuously innovate, provide differential products and insist in strict test and quality control as well as lifetime warranty. We consider that those are reasons why consumers like us in Japan. We also give credit to our partner in multiple channel management, complete distribution system and sufficient and stable inventory management so that we are able to build the best selling record in Japan.”


The BCN report also pointed out, as the fact that KINGMAX persists to provide products at competitive price and high quality, KINGMAX is able to lead the market in Japan. KINGMAX manufactured products under the rigid process control and all products are 100% screened and tested before leaving the factor, assuring consumer the most satisfaction. KINGMAX will continuously provide best quality product and service to Japanese and worldwide consumers.


[Note: About BCN]

BCN Inc., based in Japan, is a credible and influential research institute specialized in IT channel. BCN has conducted Japanese channel survey since 1998. Its sources include Japanese famous small, medium and large IT chains and malls.