January 27, 2021
The Boston-based remanufacturer Dynamic Cassette International (DCI) has helped Boston Borough Council’s staff with a donation of hand sanitiser.
UK based, Dynamic Cassette International is one of Europe’s leading producer of remanufactured inkjets and toners and recently donated a quantity of hand sanitiser to Boston Borough Council for use by the council staff working at the community Covid-19 testing sites.
In its social media post, Phil Sneath is pictured handing over sanitiser sprays to Kristina Willoughby from Boston Borough Council.
Boston Borough Council said: “Thank you to all the partners involved in getting our community testing sites up and running smoothly testing to date more than 1,900 residents of the borough.
“Also a huge thank you to one of our local businesses Dynamic Cassette International Limited for donating hand sanitiser sprays to help keep our staff safe whilst working on site.”
Based in Boston, UK, the company prides itself that all processes are under one roof: research and development, manufacturing, ink formulation, packaging design and production within its purpose-built plant which has grown to over 32,000m2 (345,000 sq. ft) with a capacity to produce over 2.5 million remanufactured cartridges, 100,000 laser toners and 500,000 refill kits per month.
The company has sales offices and collection centres in the UK and Germany which serve its customers in over 40 different countries.
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