European Trade Association is Growing its Marketplace through the EU’s Green Initiatives

To enhance our outreach, ETIRA is also active in the CER, the Brussels-based European remanufacturing council. ETIRA now has 40 members.

Right or wrong, headlines questioning Chinese product quality are likely to continue

If Chinese manufacturers wish to remove themselves as targets they must implement the processes and discipline necessary to achieve consistent quality performance.

China’s Long History of Innovation Leadership

China achieved in a decade what it took the British 150 years to accomplish to bring people out of abject poverty—it hasn’t happened by chance.

Dealing with China: two leaders respond

HYB Toner's president Vincent Chen says trust is key; Apex's CTO Ding Li wants to take you on a field trip

The Search for Consistent Quality in China

Cartridge World’s Mark Pinner share his experiences in dealing with the Chinese

Strange Bedfellows Make Progress—the Sino-American cartridge industry

The Int’l ITC reached out to its database to ask about the impact of Chinese companies and their products.

Examining the Quality of Toners

There have been recent reports about the bad quality and health consequences of Chinese produced toner. Where does bad quality come from?

Dongle Gear Litigation Takes Intriguing Turn

A critical order has been issued in the ongoing battle between Canon and aftermarket cartridge manufacturers Static Control Components (SCC) and other aftermarket cartridge manufacturers.

Targeting Latin America

The three most important markets in Latin America for imaging supplies are still Brazil, Mexico and Argentina, with the latter going through some economic difficulties that may be temporarily distorting some of their consumption values.

Japanese Remanufacturers Survive… and Thrive

The remanufacturing market in Japan continues to be impacted by more severe pressure from the OEMs on one side and from new-build cartridges on the other.