Print-Rite Releases First-to-market Solutions rtmworld

Print-Rite Releases First-to-market Solutions

Print-Rite Releases First-to-market Solutions rtmworld

Print-Rite Releases First-to-Market Solutions

Print-Rite and its marketing subsidiary Union Technology International (Utec) claim to have released a first-to-market compatible chip solution for the Kyocera TK-4145 cartridge. The cartridge is used in a range of printers including Kyocera TASKalfa 2020 and 2021.

The company also claims the chips are easy for remanufacturers and cartridge manufacturers to install and provides consistent performance.

Print-Rite, founded by Arnald Ho (pictured) 39 years ago as the first aftermarket supplies companies in Asia, is also one of the most vertically integrated companies in the aftermarket supplies industry which includes raw materials right through to components for remanufacturing and finished goods.

New Compatible Drum Unit

Print-Rite has also released a new compatible DK-1110 monochrome drum unit suitable for use in Kyocera Mita FS-1020, 1020MFP, 1025, 1025MFP, 1040, 1041, 1060DN, 1061DN, 1120, 1120MFP, 1125, 1125MFP, 1220, 1220MFP, 1320, 1320MFP, 1325 and 1325MFP devices.

The company claims the new release is reliable, provides stable performance, 100% compliant and IP safe. “The new product boasts an excellent toner transfer with no ghosting right through to the final printed page,” a spokesperson told RT Media.

A special promotion currently exists for the launch where buyers can purchase five cartridges and one drum unit and receive an additional five cartridges for free.

Having over 39 years of manufacturing and selling experience has given Print-Rite an extensive array of SKUs with more than 10,000 product supplies for inkjet, laser and ribbon printers and copiers.  As of December 2, 2019, the company had researched and developed its own portfolio of more than 2,900 registered patents.



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