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03.07.2017 World companies news

Print-Rite’s found CEO has given RT Media an exclusive scoop about the company’s 30 year deal with Pelikan. Arnald Ho (pictured) said his well known cartridge manufacturing and remanufacturing brand for more than 35 years, has signed a license agreement with Pelikan, one of the world’s oldest and most loved stationery and art supplies brands. Effective 30 June...


29.06.2017 Patents and Intellectual Property

A court in the Netherlands says the sale of replacement ink cartridges is permitted, even if the cartridges relate to an essential part of a patented invention. The Court of Appeal at the Hague ruled in favor of Digital Revolution in a case brought on by HP. According to Lexology, the court ruled the user of...


29.06.2017 World companies news

Ricoh Asia Pacific has set the goal of being powered by 100% renewable energy in two years’ time. According to the OEM, Ricoh Company, Ltd. announced the plan to become more environmentally friendly in April. The Singapore office for Ricoh Asia Pacific took the initiative by switching to 25% clean energy on the 20th June. They predict...


29.06.2017 World companies news

The United States Postal Service (USPS) will be commemorating the solar eclipse by using Chromatic Technologies Inc. (CTI) inks on their stamps. According to, the stamps will come equipped with a thermochromic ink that changes color when in contact with heat. The inks of CTI will allow users to alter the image of the solar...


29.06.2017 World companies news

CET Group has acquired the company which is the “largest distributer of compatible copier parts” in Brazil. After six months of negotiations the acquisition of PAULIMAC has been finalised and the company will now be named PAULIMAC and CET Group Brazil. The deal includes other assets such as PAULIMAC’s estate, buildings and their warehouses. CET...

The state of printer security

29.06.2017 World companies news

Cartridge World discusses what businesses and home users can do to make printing safer. The article said that hackers are targeting printers to gain access to sensitive data on printers and that “potentially anyone on the internet” can use any wireless printer if it is not secure as hackers did in several universities in the...

Brother partners to channel managed print

29.06.2017 World companies news

The OEM recently gained the right to offer managed print on G-Cloud 9 and now needs its channel partners to take the product to the public sector. Computer Weekly reported that the MPS was designed specifically with the public sector and channel in mind making it achievable for resellers to “offer contracts” online or phone. Brothers...

Printer shipments in EMEA stabilise

29.06.2017 Marketing

Q1 2017 shows a one percent increase YOY due to MFP shipments. A report by market analyst Context said that shipments this year are up on 2016 Q1 when there was an eight percent fall. Zivile Brazdziunaite, Imaging Market Analyst at Context, said: “The Middle East and Africa (MEA) region outperformed other regions with unit shipments increasing by seven...

Erasable toner awarded ISO certifications

29.06.2017 World companies news

Toshiba announced that the British Standards Institution (BSI) verified its erasable toner MFPs met the ISO 14040 and ISO 14044. The company’s e-STUDIO3508LP, e-STUDIO4508LP and e-STUDIO5008LP MFPs with the paper reusing device e-STUDIO RD301 met the standards of the Life Cycle Assessment required for the ISO certifications. Toshiba stated that “the e-STUDIO3508LP, e-STUDIO4508LP, and e-STUDIO5008LP are...

The right to repair

29.06.2017 Patents and Intellectual Property

US Copyright Office wants Congress to pass legislation so that customers have the right to repair products bought from companies who prevent consumers from doing this. reported that the US Copyright Office wrote in a report: “The Office recommends against limiting an exemption to specific technologies or devices, such as motor vehicles, as any statutory...