Headline Rollup for June 15, 2017
David Reeder, Lexmark president and chief executive officer, has resigned for personal reasons, effective immediately, the company announced today.
Xerox Signs Two Multi-Brand Dealers on Strength of Company’s Broad Technology Portfolio, Custom Apps Support
NORWALK, Conn. — Xerox is recruiting multi-brand dealers seeking to sell the company’s comprehensive and connected office hardware and managed print services portfolio—and Memphis Communication Corporation and Standard Business Systems are the latest to join the Xerox channel partners program.
Xerox today debuts a new product series, the Xerox® VersaLink® B7025/B7030/B7035 multifunction printers, as part of the company’s ConnectKey® portfolio that launched earlier this year. Xerox’s ConnectKey technology transforms traditional printing devices into smart, connected workplace assistants that reflect the evolving needs of today’s businesses.
Underscoring its leadership in the digital label and packaging market, Epson America has announced it has achieved record sales of the SurePress L-4033AW and L-6034VW digital label presses for the fiscal year ending April 30.
Pamplin Media Group reported that in the US Epson cartridges may only be sold in the first instance as an OEM cartridge and can only be recycled and remanufactured in the USA after which they cannot be sold anywhere but the US.
Apple Inc and computing giant Dell Inc will join a Foxconn-led consortium bidding for Toshiba Corp’s highly prized chip unit, the CEO of the world’s largest contract electronics manufacturer told Reuters on Monday.
by Sam Matheny, a 25-year+ veteran of the remanufacturing wars. I guess someone has to say it out loud…“The American built industry for remanufactured toner cartridges is officially dead.”