Imaging Solution Holds its Fourth Award Ceremony 2013 in Mumbai

Imaging Solution reported its Fourth Imaging Solution Award 2013 was held successfully at the Hotel Kohinoor Continental, Mumbai. The award ceremony drew more than 300 guests from the cartridge reman industry, including remanufacturers, corporate and resellers across the world.

Imaging Solution said that the categories of the award contain Special Awards, Lifetime Achievement, Next Generation and Editor’s Choice. In addition, organizers recognized top remanufacturers, resellers and refillers in the India market for their great performance.

The individuals and companies awarded were:

  • Static Control – For Most Trusted Company (International) and Best New Product (International);
  • MK Imaging- For Quality Leader (International);
  • Indigo Prints Smart Pvt. Ltd. – for best Solution Provider (India);
  • Jet Cartridge Industry Private Ltd. – For best Customer Support (India);
  • Aryan Trade World Pvt.Ltd. – For best Advertisement Campaign of 2013;
  • Mr. J. M. Dassani – For Lifetime Achievement (India);
  • Mr. Deepesh Patel of Jet Cartridge – For the Young Generation;
  • Datalink Industrial Corporation (ProDot) – For fastest Growing Indian Imaging company;
  • JET TEC Info Consumables – For Best Indian Distributor.

Organizers expressed their gratitude and honor of having the following guests come to the ceremony, including, Mr. J.M. Dassani, former Chairman of Indian Cartridge Remanufacturers and Recyclers Association (ICRRA); Mr. Gopi Verma, former President, Indian Cartridge Remanufacturing & Recyclers Association (ICRRA); Mr. Parag Shah President, TAIT (Mimbai); Mr. Rishabh Shah, Director, TAIT (Mimbai); Mr. Pravin G Dhoka, Treasurer, FITAM; and Mr. N.K. Goel, President, Aryan Group.

At the event, Static Control presented a Technical seminar in Mumbai with its Indian distributor Dubaria Computers. As was revealed by Imaging Solution, the seminar provided “technical demonstrations, a comprehensive market overview and discussions on clones, new chip technology and the use of virgin versus non-virgin cartridges in remanufacturing”.

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