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Publish Date: 29/05/2014
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inTouch News

Kodak Cartridges Licensed to LMI—#210

In what’s being tipped to be the mega deal of the year, Kodak gets into printer cartridges using LMI Solutions.

Aftermarket News

Parts Now Welcomes New Director of Customized Solution Operations

Ron Alphin has accepted his new role as Director of Customized Solution Operations to the Parts Now team.

Clover Imaging Group Launches New Website

Clover Imaging Group has launched a new, enhanced Clover Imaging Group website.

OEM News

Darren Cassidy Named President of Xerox U.S. Channels Group

In his new role, Cassidy is responsible for creating value for Xerox partners and their clients to achieve growth of the Group. 

Kyocera A4 Color MFPs Win Good Design Award 2015

The awarded products include the TASKalfa 406ci (40ppm) and TASKalfa 356ci (35ppm) launched in different countries at the end of January 2016. 

New Products

UniNet Launches New Toner Formulas and Components

UniNet has launched two new toner formulas and components for use in HP models.

Apex Unveils Replacement Chips for Epson VI Expression Home XP-235/332/432 Series

In August, 2015, Epson launched its range of 4-color home printers in Europe, which used T29 series inkjet cartridge. 

Legal News

Patent Infringement Preliminary Injunction against HP Dismissed

Recently, HP Inc. announced a favorable ruling to dismiss a patent infringement preliminary injunction by Memjet Ltd. 

Lexmark Urges to Curb Ink Cartridges Waste

Imaging giant, Lexmark, is calling for tougher laws on the recycling of printer cartridges in Europe.


GFK-Value Declines in UK Print Market

Oscar Diamond (pictured), account manager for Office at GFK, found that the UK print market grew in volume by 9.9% and dropped in value by 1% in March and April 2015.

EXCLUSIVE: New Cartridge World Shareholder Provides Non-Infringing Drum Recoating Solution

SGT’s Dr. Richard Yu Invests in the future of remanufacturing. His company is the aftermarket's largest OPC manufacturer in the world, and the second largest overall—behind Canon.