The men allegedly then sold the toner supplies for approximately $11 million to someone in Miami, Florida.
Category: Imaging Supplies
Fake or counterfeit printer supplies are fraudulently branded as being manufactured by the printer OEM – in contrast to third-party, non-OEM remanufactured supplies that aren’t illegally OEM-branded, but instead display the brand of the third-party.
At first it seemed the acquisition of IKON would only be a boon for Ricoh. After all, IKON was said to be the world’s largest independent provider of copier/MFPs, printers, and related services, with over 400 offices in North America and Western Europe, regional sales and service training facilities, a roster of Fortune 500 customers, and revenues of $4,167 million for its fiscal year before it was purchased by Ricoh.
“While leading retail chains struggle to stay afloat, Amazon is seeing strong growth across the board in sales of office appliances, like printers, scanners and shredders, as well as consumables and office accessories,” commented Nathan Rigby, vice president of sales and marketing for One Click Retail.
U.S. ITC to Investigate Canon’s Patent-Infringement Allegations Against Third-Party Toner-Cartridge Sellers
Canon filed a patent-infringement lawsuit against Static Control in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina on February 28th, alleging that Static Control’s replacement toner cartridges and imaging drums designed for use in Canon and HP laser printers infringe on Canon’s patents.
U.S. District Court Judge Charles J. Siragusa also sentenced Ofstein to five years of probation.
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The preliminary injunction is based on the infringement of the German portion of Canon’s European patent EP 2 087 407 relating to a drum unit and a process cartridge.
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Canon announced that it had filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) against 49 manufacturers, distributors and sellers of third-party clone toner cartridges and imaging drum units. It also filed patent-infringement lawsuits in the United States against various companies.
“Rage rooms” have become all the rage these days, and an increasingly popular team-building exercise for offices that are fed up with unreliable tech.
Canon’s CARS-T program consists of closed-loop recycling that involves collecting and re-using plastic extracted from used toner cartridges that is then used as the raw material for new toner cartridges.
Despite declining office-printing volumes in developed economies, private-equity sees upside in printer toner and ink.
Toner cartridges can pose health and environmental risks if not carefully designed.
Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, reported today that it’s filed a patent-infringement complaint with the U.S. District Court for the...