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GM Technology joins in R-OEM toner cartridge range

The latest addition to GM Technology’s R-OEM range are replacement cartridges for use in Ricoh’s IMC printer range.

GM Technology has made its new remanufactured toner cartridges public. These new cartridges are used in Ricoh’s latest range of colour multifunction printers with seven new models ranging from 20 to 60 pages per minute. A model that fits offices of all sizes and provides high-quality colour performance. IMC2000 (20 ppm), IMC2500 (25 ppm), IMC3000 (30 ppm), IMC3500 (35 ppm), IMC4500 (45 ppm), IMC5500 (55 ppm) and IMC6000 (60 ppm)

Each MFP in the IMC series is a complex of innovative technologies. This series is part of Ricoh’s Dynamic Workplace Intelligence concept, which includes all office printing and scanning capabilities, connecting applications to make daily workflows simple, fast and secure.

This new range is equipped with smart devices, designed to meet the current needs of your workspace, but also scalable as requirements grow.

Besides, GM Technology highlighted it offers OEM equivalent quality alternative to meet the needs of MPS providers, distributors and resellers of these cartridges.

GM Technology´s R-OEM (“original remanufactured toner”) product are products manufactured by reusing the original plastic toner bottle and 100% reclaimed and reprocessed OEM toner powder. GM Technology explained that this is a great and innovative way to produce sustainable, IP-safe and OEM-equivalent products at a very competitive price.

According to the company, all products are manufactured under the strictest ISO and DIN quality standards (ISO / IEC 19752, ISO / IEC 19798 and DIN 33870) and are shipped in brand neutral packaging.

For more information on the above and other product lines within the GM Technology product portfolio, please don’t hesitate to visit our site www.gmtechnology.net  and contact us.

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