Static Control Holds Seminar in Armenia

Static Control held the latest in its 2014 series of customer seminars in Tsaghkadzor, Armenia at the Hotel Kecharis on October 11.

The event was co-organized with Yerevan-based reseller MV Service L.L.C., an authorized reseller for Static Control in the country. More than 75 attendees presented in the seminar, including more than 40 cartridge remanufacturing companies, along with representatives from Epson, Lexmark and Canon and an official from the Yerevan mayor’s office.

The seminar focused on the current state of the industry, opportunities for development in the region, and the solutions Static Control can offer to cartridge remanufacturers. Static Control’s U.K. Technical Support Manager Tom Yates gave a technical demonstration, highlighted the COLORCONTROL Replacement Imaging System and answered questions from attendees.

Sophie Lillie, distribution manager for Eastern Europe, presented at the seminar and has participated in numerous events this year.  “The feedback we received from attendees was extremely positive. Everyone said they learned something new, and that they want to see more seminars in the future,” said Lillie “The industry news is particularly valuable as this region has no alternative sources of such information available.”

Lillie was pleased with the success of the Armenian seminar. “Nearly half of attendees were actively interested in launching COLORCONTROL, having seen the potential it holds for breaking through into the region’s colour aftermarket. Meeting with remanufacturers gave us a lot of information about the local market and ideas about which product solutions will help to move their businesses forward.”

General Director of MV Service Vardan Mkhitaryan added, “Our partnership with Static Control has grown over time and strengthened since we first cooperated in 2008 and will continue to improve. This seminar has given us the tools we need to improve the promotion of new technologies, and increase the level of service and support delivered to the remanufacturers of this country.”

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