Canon to End 337 Complaint with another Settlement

Canon announces settlement with another aftermarket player as the OEM marching victoriously to the end of its 337 complaint.

Static Control Adds Two Industry Veterans

Static Control announced the appointment of Hartmut Roever and Warren Taylor to its sales team in Germany.

More Inkjet to Be Used in the Office

Despite laser printers have a dominating role in the office, inkjet devices can grab more shares with better marketing executions.

HP and Lexmark Fight for Office Market

The new office printers and MFPs recently released by HP and Lexmark amount to over 100 different models, which suggests the two opponents are doomed to fight neck and neck in 2013 for office market share.

Australian Remanufacturer Awarded by Italian Government

Embatex, the Australian ink remanufacturer is awarded for Environmental and Sustainability by Italian Government.

Xerox to Save Cost for University with Big MPS Contract

Xerox has won a five-year MPS contract, worthy of 14.8 million dollars, from the University of Nottingham, claiming 25% cost save for its customer.

Remanufacturing Report from the USITC

US International Trade Commission has published its first ever remanufacturing report, providing an overview of the US industry during the last three years.

Canon Ranks No.1 for U.S. Patent Acquisition

Canon Inc. ranked 1st among Japanese companies and 3rd worldwide for the number of U.S. patents acquired in 2012, as revealed by the latest ranking of patent results issued by IFI CLAIMS Patent Services.

UniNet Adds New Toner for Brother Cartridges

The leading toner remanufacturer has added new products to its Absolute Black series, promising eco-friendly and cost-saving features.