With New OKI Warranty Program, Customers Get Free Five-Year Warranty for Select Multifunctionals


Corefido_main_splash1OKI Data Americas reports that it’s introducing a unique new warranty and recycling program called COREFIDO for select OKI devices. The COREFIDO initiative enables customers to upgrade from a standard one-year warranty to a five-year warranty at no charge, as well as participate in a free recycling program for used OKI toner and image drums used with registered OKI MFPs and printers.

MFPs currently eligible for the program consist of OKI’s mono MB760/MB770 Series MFPs and color MC770/MC780 Series MFPs, but OKI Data says it plans to expand the COREFIDO program to include other products over the coming months.

Originated by OKI Data Corporation in Japan, OKI says COREFIDO exemplifies its core competencies, including the reliability of its LED-printing technology and the loyalty OKI shows its partners and customers.

The COREFIDO initiative also provides a way for customers to recycle used toner, image drums, transfer belt,s and fusers for registered devices. Replacement consumables are delivered along with return packaging for the spent units, and postage-paid shipping labels are available for download on the OKI Data Web site.

Customers must register their eligible MFPs online at OKI here.

“OKI Data Americas is demonstrating a level of confidence in its products that is unmatched within the industry,” commented Carl Taylor, vice president of marketing for OKI Data Americas. “The introduction of COREFIDO underscores OKI’s commitment to providing leading-edge printing technology backed by an unparalleled service and support program to its channel partners and end-users, alike. Customers can buy with the assurance that OKI Data stands firmly behind its products, and is committed to delivering value-added service through the COREFIDO warranty and recycling program.”

For more information on the COREFIO program, visit OKI Data here.

New Montreal Office

montreal officeOKI Data Americas also announced that it’s opening a new office in Montreal, in Quebec, Canada, on November 4th. Together with OKI Data’s existing Mississauga, Ontario office in Canada, the firm says it’ll be better able to accommodate the expanding business and emerging opportunities in and around the province of Quebec.

OKI Data executives, including Masahiko Morioka, president and CEO, and Mario Pallotta, general manager of Canada, will be present for the grand opening, together with OKI Data partners and customers that will also be present for a formal ribbon cutting ceremony.

In addition to housing business offices, this new location will also include a Customer Experience Center for sales-training sessions and product demonstrations. A variety of OKI printing solutions will be showcased in the new center, including a selection of A4 and A3 color and monochrome MFP printers and copier-based MFPs for BTA channel distributors, plus the revolutionary five-station C941dn Multimedia Production Platform system, and the C831dn single-function color printer.

“OKI’s growth – and potential for growth – in and around the province of Quebec is justification for us to establish a larger presence and relationship with the region,” commented Mario Pallotta, general manager, Canada, at OKI Data Americas. “We are excited to have offices in both the first and second largest cities in Canada where we can be of even greater service to our customers.”


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