March 24, 2017
Barneveld Sekrant reported that the Dutch Cartridge store Inkstation has moved to a larger premises in Barneveld, so that customers can easily view the products and receive and even better service, according to Cor Wander who owns the store. Wander had been at the old store for 10 years but decided to relocate just up the road to a larger premises, and has employed a new member of staff, Niels Wielders, who will front the store and who has previously worked with service programmes at other stores in the past and is said to be very experienced.
Wanders said that “we have a great line of excellent products besides print cartridges, we sell a lot of office [products] in our shop. We offer 20,000 different products”, and he also said that the store stocked a wide range of cartridges, and that the shop would also be offering a printing service with access online. The store also refills cartridges at a cost of €3.50 to €19.50 ($3.7 to $21) depending on the type of cartridge, which saves customers money, and cartridges can be refilled up to 12 times.
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