Clover Launches New Remanufactured Cartridges

Clover Launches New Remanufactured Cartridges

Clover Launches New Remanufactured Cartridges

Clover Launches New Remanufactured CartridgesClover launched remanufactured Canon 054H color cartridges for use in Canon I–Sensys LBP 640 printer series, targeting small businesses and home users.

“We want you focused on your work, while we take care of your printing requirements. We provide a product that rivals the OEM, backed by best in class technical support for your end-users.” Says the company.

The company claims its products are equivalent to OEM in quality and performance. Leveraging its rigorous R&D strength, the company stated that each product that they launch is produced and tested with pinpoint accuracy.

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Previously, US-based Clover announced the release of a remanufactured Kyocera TK-6325 A3 high-end mono consumable, designed and manufactured for use in Kyocera TASKalfa 4002i/4003i/5002i/5003i/6002i/6003i/ MFP devices.

The company claims that the new release is MPS friendly, which provides better control over printing costs and overall consumption.

Prior to that, Clover launched a remanufactured toner cartridge for use in Samsung ML–5510 ND and Samsung ML–6510 ND.

Targeting the small-and-medium business market, Clover claims the new release is everything a customer needs. According to Clover, the remanufactured cartridge solution is delivered in a box together with a waste section. Customers do not need to look for additional supplies to make their printer work.

In addition, the new release boasts outstanding product performance. “Our product meets every performance criterion from quality and environmental, to health & safety. And in case you forgot! Clover house brands and your private labels are backed by an unparalleled support structure.” Said the company.



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