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TN Core to exhibit at Paperworld 2018

November 14, 2017

The South Korean chip manufacturers will display the i-PROG and its new MPS systems at the Frankfurt show.

The Paperworld 2018 show, which includes the Remanexpo product group, takes place next year from the 27th to the 30th of January in Frankfurt, Germany, with wide interest already being registered; with three months to go until the show, over 120 exhibitors are already confirmed. If you would like to register as a visitor, you can still do so here.

Exhibiting at Booth A33 will be South Korean chip manufacturers TN Core Co. Ltd., who will be mainly displaying its i-PROG reset machine, with new models and functions. The i-PROG is “an innovative and user-friendly machine with touch screen, online charging system, free online upgrading system” among other benefits. TN Core report that the machine “has been getting huge interest from remanufacturing customers all over the world.”

The manufacturers will also be presenting its new business, TN-BOX MPS systems, which it says “is designed to be a perfect fit with printer rental businesses.” The MPS will control printers in real time with an online reporting system, and will manage inventory supplies, sales, and status of customer service, as well as producing reports and statistics. The system features an automatic billing system, and TN Core state it will bring “no invasion of personal information of clients, by installing actual hardware to each printer, not installing software on each computer.”

Last year’s show saw 1,525 exhibitors, and more than 33,000 visitors from 143 different countries. Visitors reported being “extremely satisfied with the many new contacts they made”, while hosts Messe Frankfurt praised the show’s atmosphere, commenting on the “many new international customers” and the “high degree of satisfaction amongst both exhibitors and visitors.” They also highlighted the “numerous new developments and innovations” on display from the exhibitors, calling them “particularly striking.”

To see the complete line-up for Paperworld 2018, and the full seminar programme, look out for our ‘Inside Remanexpo’ feature inside our forthcoming Issue 302, or view our show pages here; our report on the show will feature in Issue 304.

You can read The Recycler’s coverage of the 2017 show here, here, here, and here, as well as our in-depth lookback in Issue 294, available online here.

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