Armor Releases “OWA Line” for Refurbished Printers

Armor Releases “OWA Line” for Refurbished Printers

Armor Releases “OWA Line” for Refurbished Printers

Armor Releases “OWA Line” for Refurbished PrintersTo demonstrate its commitment to the circular economy, Armor Print Solutions launched the new “OWA Line”, which is a new range of reconditioned printers.

“This new range of reconditioned printing equipment further demonstrates the commitment underpinned by our products to increasing circularity. In that regard, recent anti-waste and reusability legislative proposals have reasserted our positioning and indicate very clearly that circular economy models and growth are no longer incompatible,” added Gerwald van der Gijp (pictured), Managing Director of ARMOR Print Solutions.

According to Armor, the new “OWA Line” will strengthen Armor’s presence on the market as it offers solutions to companies and users seeking to control cost without compromising on quality. “Buying a reconditioned printing solution allows clients to control and effectively cut their printing budget. The total cost of using reconditioned hardware can contribute to reducing printing budgets by up to 60% compared to opting for an entirely new solution,” said the spokesman of Armor.

Armor’s current OWA range provides remanufactured printing services and printing consumables.

In October 2020, Armor Office Printing changed its name into Armor Print Solution, which consists of three main divisions, including Armor Office Products, DYALOG, and Armor Industrial Inks.

France-based ARMOR considers itself to be a medium-sized company supports with 1,850 employees located in 26 industrial and logistics sites on 4 continents in the world, including 850 in France. Founded in 1922, it has specialized in thermal transfer ribbons, barcode printing, label printing, printer ribbons, laser toners and inkjet cartridges, among others.



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