GM Technology announces Kyocera “GEN” range

The company has added a new range of remanufactured Kyocera cartridges for use in various Ecosys and TaskAlfa devices.

GM Technology said that this new range is made with 100% reuse materials including the cartridge body itself and use reset chips. When the company developed the product, its  strategy was to provide the market with a Kyocera range which “provides a difference”. After a long R&D process the company approved what it believes is the highest quality aftermarket toner it could find on the market.

The new toner formula allowed GM Technology to release replacement cartridges for older but very popular monochrome models such as the TK11XX and TK31XX series. The company said: “We are particularly proud of our new release of the TK 3200 model with page yields of 40,000 pages which is in very high in demand on the market.”

GM Technology also manufacture extremely high yield models such as the TK6305, 6325, 6705. Also now available are two brand new arrivals to its high yield SKU range, the TK7225 (35K) TK7300 (15K) and TK7205 (35K).

Zoltan Matyas, GM Technologies Director of International Business Development said: “Following our huge Canon range roll out, the release of our Kyocera range is another very important milestone for us. It’s a result of a push from our growing partner program customer base and we are proud that we now can support them with another great and very important brand as Kyocera.

“To get to know the full range and prices please get in touch and consult your sales representative.”

Additional replacement cartridges for colour models include the TK8305, 8345 from the TaskAlfa range and the TK 5270 / 5272, TK5280/5282 and TK5290 from the ECOSYS range. GM Technology explained that these colour models come with “exceptional image density, colour match and page yield stability”.

GM Technology previewed that it is now working on getting ready remanufactured TK5215, 5270 and TK8515, 8525 colour models which are set to be released in the next few weeks.

Matyas added: “Both the new Canon and Kyocera range is part of our highly successful multi-level partner programme which offers very competitive prices, special conditions and quarterly rebate programs for our distribution channel partners. We are planning to launch a special launch edition promotion with an additional 5% discount on all new orders.”



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