GM Technology launches new products

The company launches a new range of ‘COLOR Original Remanufactured’ toner cartridges.

GM Technology has added to its remanufactured range ‘COLOR Original Remanufactured’ TN324 toner cartridges for use with Konica Minolta Bizhub C 258, 308 and 368 devices. The company also added remanufactured TN 321 cartridges for use in Bizhub C 224,C 224e, C284, C284e, C364, C364e devices and remanufactured TN 514 cartridges for use in Konica Minolta Bizhub C 458, C558, C658 machines. Furthermore, GM Technology announced the addition of remanufactured TN512 cartridges for use in Konica Minolta Bizhub C 454/454E, C554/554E devices.

Pleased about the new launch, GM Technology said that it “has in its DNA the commitment to the circular economy” and urges that “we must create an efficient and sustainable work environment”, by choosing “quality remanufactured or compatible toner and ink cartridges that have a high level of recyclability such as those offered by GM technology”.

“The setting of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals for 2030 – and the European Union’s efforts to conserve its natural resources and use them efficiently – makes it clear that the world’s focus is on the environment,” the company added.

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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