According NInestar, its new Eco-Saver ink cartridges provide up to three-times greater page yields than HP OEM ink cartridges
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Over the last several days, Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, reported that it’s obtained additional removals of unauthorized, third-party toner-cartridges...
Revenue for Ninestar’s consumables’ business unit grew 22 percent year-over-year.
“Adjusting supply chains and other necessary changes could cost the company (Kyocera) tens of millions of dollars.”
Lores decried the third-parties who continue to profit from HP’s installed printer base “without having to have a significant investment … necessary to create a hardware installed base.”
Since 2016, Ninestar and Konica Minolta have had a “close collaboration on A3 copiers, A4 printers, 3D printers, as well as integrated circuit products.”
HP aims to “build the right distribution and partners to penetrate the contractual office” and “evolve our business model into more services and solutions.”
This week in the office-imaging industry was noteworthy for another aftermarket cartridge remanufacturer, LMI Solutions, reporting financial difficulties, following on...
HP noted continued revenue growth in contractual businesses, including Instant Ink and MPS.
According to Jadi, Ninestar’s annual toner consumption is approximately 8,000 metric tons, while Jadi’s total toner-manufacturing is 6,000 metric tons per year.
While we’re used to seeing Canon Inc. go after unauthorized, third-party toner-cartridges, this week, Brother Industries petitioned the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) to ban various China-made toner cartridges imported into the United States for sale.
“We have today, and will continue in the future to have a going concern.”
Clover stated that it has “substantial liquidity” and a “healthy sales pipeline.”
This was a significant week in the office-imaging industry, with multiple vendors reporting lower sales and profits, and warning of a slowing economy.
The firm also reported on new Amazon toner take-downs.
Clover says it’s seen an increase in the number of fraudulent “bait and switch” listings claiming to sell Clover remanufactured product, but in fact selling new-build compatibles.