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More Trees Planted than Harvested – Berto digs in

In the USA, there are more trees planted than harvested and it is estimated more than 4,000,000 trees are planted per day. Some estimates cite 5 million.
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More Chips Needed on Line – Berto passes the sauce

More Chips Needed oMore chips are needed on the workshop line and Berto mistakenly runs in to solve the problem with an entirely different box of chips. Enjoy the humor.
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Dolly the Clone Cartridge -Berto pulls the wool over our eyes

Dolly the sheep was the first to be cloned from an adult cell but the term clone is now being wrongfully used to name every newbuilt printer cartridge.
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Most Have Never Used Mobile Printing -Berto

Polls conducted at RT ImagingWorld events reveal most in the imaging industry have never used mobile printing from their mobile print to a printing device.
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Keeping Business and Pleasure in Balance -Berto in Cancun

RT Media has run events in Barcelona, Las Vegas, Mexico City, Cairo, Bogota, Accra and Cancun. Berto is keeping balance between business and pleasure.
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Cartridge Franchise for Sale – totally alien for Berto

As Berto reveals, a cartridge franchise for sale could be totally alien or out of this world, yet a viable alternative to starting your own business.
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Delivering Foolproof Printer Refilling – Berto fills his new HP

HP is delivering foolproof printer refilling with the release of its Deskjet GX series of printers where consumers can easily refill the ink themselves.
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Aftermarket Wins Over OEMs -Berto expects a comeback

2015 was tough for the OEMs in the US. Aftermarket Impression Products wins at the US Supreme Court against Lexmark. No patent rights after the sale. The battle may have been won, but the war is not over.