Warmth Gives Away 2000 CMYK Sets of Ricoh Cartridges

Warmth Gives Away 2000 CMYK Sets of Ricoh Cartridges

Warmth Gives Away 2000 CMYK Sets of Ricoh Cartridges

Warmth Gives Away 2000 CMYK Sets of Ricoh CartridgesZhuhai Warmth Electronic Co (Warmth), based in China, will give away 2,000 CMYK sets of Ricoh color toner cartridges until November 30, 2020 or stocks run out, whichever comes first.

A company spokesperson told RT Media Warmth will offer one set for free for every 15 sets ordered, 4 sets for free for every 45 sets ordered or 10 sets for free when 100 sets are ordered on a first-come-first-served basis.

Warmth has specialized in the R&D, production and sales of printer consumables since it was founded in May 2005. With a factory area of 10,000 sqm and more than 200 employees, it is located in Zhuhai, which is the capital of printing consumables in the world.

The company focuses on compatible laser printer toner cartridges and copier toner for use in Ricoh, OKI, Toshiba, Kyocera Mita, Samsung, Konica Minolta, Epson, Xerox and Canon.

Warmth (Booth No. 1230 ) will exhibit at RemaxWorld Expo on November 20-21, 2020 and face-to-face appointments can be made now on the Find-a-Supplier platform at any time.

The promotion list is as below:

Previously, the company cooperated with a reliable foreign toner manufacturer and successfully developed a unique powder in order to solve color problems complained by aftermarket distributors of Toshiba toners.

Aftermarket distributors of Toshiba toners have complained that they continue to have fusing and density problems making it difficult for them to supply quality compatible cartridge solutions to end-users.

Warmth tested all the major compatible brands of toner powders. They found that what distributors were complaining about happened to be true. “All of them had a similar problem when applied to the high-speed printers,” the company spokeman explained to RT Media.



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