September 21, 2022
PaperCut has announced that it has extended its relationship with KLM UK Engineering Limited, in line with the engineering company’s long-term strategy to reduce its print output by 60%.
The additional licences procured by KLM UK Engineering Limited for PaperCut MF will also support its growing print estate located across its recently expanded site in Norwich, England, which accommodates 500 users, 500 endpoints and 54 virtual machines hosted on 12 physical hosts.
Operating for over 40 years, KLM UK Engineering provides maintenance for the Embraer 170/190, Boeing 737 All Series, Airbus A320 Family, BAe 146 & Avro RJ and the Fokker 70/100. Each aircraft check currently generates between 5,000 and 20,000 sheets of paper. To bring that down, PaperCut MF will work in conjunction with a new Maintenance, Repairs and Operations (MRO) process scheduled for 2025 which will help KLM UK Engineering Limited to reduce print output by 60%.
Commenting on PaperCut MF, Mark Walker, IT Manager at KLM UK Engineering, stated: “PaperCut MF will play a key role in our long term strategy to drive down print costs and volumes, while ensuring print is easy and secure for all of our team members. Furthermore, as the airline industry emerges from the pandemic, PaperCut has shown that it can scale easily to our new needs as driven by our site expansion and evolving IT estate.”
Steve Holmes, EMEA Regional Director and GM, PaperCut, added: “KLM UK Engineering Limited’s decision to increase its PaperCut MF licences reflects the benefits and value it has already realised from its investment. We’re excited that PaperCut MF is an intrinsic part of KLM UK Engineering Limited’s long term strategy to bring its print volumes right down in a secure and sustainable way.”
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