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GM Technology introduces new products

GM Technology has introduced new products such as remanufactured original cartridges for use in various Canon copier machines.

The new products addition to GM Technology’s product range are remanufactured toner cartridges for use in various Canon imageRunner machines. The new range includes replacement models for Canon EXV-11, EXV-12, EXV-33, EXV-35 cartridges and the new EXV53 cartridges. For colour devices the range includes remanufactured EXV-28, EXV-29, EXV49 and EXV 51 and the new EXV-54 and EXV-55 cartridges.

Zoltan Matyas GM´s Director of International Business Development commented on this release: “These new additions are particularly important for GM. This is because Canon is historically one of the most popular brands in the copier industry, especially in Eastern European countries. This new release is an answer to an existing demand based on continuous requests from our existing distribution partners in different regions.”

After completing a lengthy and extensive R&D cycle the Spanish remanufacturer is now ready to go to market with its circular economy focused Canon remanufactured toner cartridge range.

As all other remanufactured toner cartridges of the company this range will also be available in the company’s OR version (using Genuine Original OEM toner) as well as its remanufactured version using the highest quality toners on the aftermarket. GM Technology added that “all references are remanufactured using an OEM empty toner bottle to guarantee 100% patent safety to the reseller.”

The company said that production volumes of the OR version are limited and partners have priority access to these products.

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



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