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Mito products receive German authentication

July 9, 2018

Mito has announced that its products have achieved DIN authentication from the TÜV Rheinland, Germany.

DIN is short for Deutsche Industrie Norm, the German institute for standardisation. DIN has elaborated several standards for remanufactured toner and inkjet cartridges. Mito’s product range is now registered DIN 33870-1:2013-12 and DIN 33870-2:2013-12 as a mark of conformity to DIN standards, which define the quality requirements for the remanufacturing process of toner modules and appropriate test methods.

The company explains that this authentication “is one more symbol that Mito’s business moves to a higher level”. Mito also revealed that it increased its colour toner cartridge manufacturing volumes capacity by 50 percent last month. This new capacity increase will be aligned to meet existing and new customer demand, as well as guaranteeing delivery and ensuring continuity of supply, and will further enhance the ability to provide personal customised service requirements, says Mito.

Finally, the company explains that it is “more concerned with more stable quality and new product development through the vast investment of talent and capital this year.”

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