Canon Remanufactures MFPs in Middle East

To meet the increasing demand for cost-effective and sustainable high-quality document management, Canon Middle East launched four remanufactured printers selected from its best-selling A3 MFPs: the black-and-white iR3025Ne, iR3045Ne, iR5065Ne and the color IRC3580Ne.

According to Canon, the machines are remanufactured at its unique factory in Giessen, Germany. About 93% of the existing components (by weight) are reused. The models are disassembled down to the bare frame level, extensively checked and cleaned, and then rebuilt using existing and new parts. All wearing parts are replaced with new ones.  Moreover, the machines are updated to comply with the latest quality standards and legal regulations. Finally, the appearance, quality and warranty protection of these products are equivalent to the completely new ones. In this way, the remanufactured products save resources and reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Also, their price is up to 60% lower than similar, entirely-new products.

Each remanufactured printer is chosen among the best-selling models in the imageRUNNER line in terms of proven quality and performance. A large 7.5″ touch-screen, and the imageRUNNER user-interface, ensure ease-of-use and access to a range of document management and security features. As these models can be integrated with capture and output management solutions such as uniFLOW and eCopy, they can be installed as a separate solution or as part of a larger print fleet or Managed Print Service (MPS) implementation.

“By considering every stage of the product lifecycle,” says Hendrik Verbrugghe, Marketing Director of Canon Middle East, “the remanufactured devices represent Canon’s continuous commitment to delivering high-quality and functional products with reduced environmental impact.”

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