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Dubai debut for DCI’s Kodak range

March 6, 2019

Dynamic Cassette International (DCI), the British remanufacturer, will be showcasing the new Kodak range of remanufactured ink and toner cartridges during its appearance at Paperworld Middle East later this month.

Produced in the UK, the portfolio of Kodak remanufactured consumables are for use with printers from HP, Canon, Epson, and Samsung, and are “produced in line with strict quality and page yield standards.”

DCI states that the Kodak-branded consumables deliver “excellent print performance with aftersales support, including a full product guarantee, online technical support site and local field engineers.”

“As there are so many B-brands of ink and toner on the market, all with varying degrees of quality, it’s a very difficult choice for end users to know which brand they can trust to deliver the printer performance and service they expect,” explained the company. “With printer consumables costs continuing to pressure office supplies budgets, the Kodak remanufactured ink and toner range offer a trusted A-brand alternative to the OEM.”

This year’s Paperworld Middle East trade show takes place at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre, in the United Arab Emirates, from 18-20 March, with thousands of exhibitors and visitors from around the world expected across the three days.

Discussing its upcoming debut, DCI stated that the show “offers an excellent opportunity for us to continue to build on our developing Kodak business in the Middle East, and connect with both distribution partners and end users clients across the region.”

The company also announced that distribution opportunities are still available in some areas of the Middle East and African markets, and invited potential Kodak distribution partners to visit its stand at Booth A29 to discuss representing the Kodak brand. Members of the Kodak remanufactured ink and toner team will also be on hand, “to demonstrate the cost savings, print quality and after sales support.”

 

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