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 ’Max campaigns to end $4 billion teacher stationery ‘tax’ OfficeMax has launched a campaign to raise awareness of teachers across the US who spend an average $1,200 of their own money each year on classroom...

EISA industry experts vote for Epson

 29 August 2007 — Amsterdam (NL): The European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) has awarded Epson two accolades for its professional digital imaging products. The EISA Photo Panel, comprising of fifteen leading industry experts from...

A new dawn from down under

When Kia Silverbrook took the stage at this year's Global Inkjet Printing Conference in Prague, what he had to say shook the inkjet printing industry by the lapels and left it reeling. Office products...

Memjet turns inkjet printing on its head

 When Kia Silverbrook took the stage at this year's Global Inkjet Printing Conference in Prague, what he had to say shook the inkjet printing industry by the lapels and left it reeling. Hiding in the...

Media Sciences launches new-build products

27 March 2007 — Oakland (NJ): Media Sciences International has launched new-build products for use in the Dell and Xerox printers.  The new colour toner and solid ink product launches for the Dell 5100cn,...

Staples explains dumping own-brand printer compatibles

9 February 2007 — Framingham (MA): A Staples spokesman has told Lyra Research that it has discontinued the sale of Hewlett-Packard (HP) compatible ink and toner cartridges because of the speed at which HP...

All eyes on Paperworld

 All eyes in the office products industry once again turn to Germany where this year's Paperworld is about to get underway. The organiser of Paperworld, Messe Frankfurt, has spent the last 12 months ensuring that...

Staples dumps own-label print supplies

Despite a lengthy series of emphatic denials, OPI understands Staples has taken the plunge and dumped a significant line of its own-branded imaging supplies. With no official announcement, the big-box giant has quietly dropped...

Staples withdraws own brand HP and Epson print cartridges

8 January 2007 — Framingham (MA): Staples own brand compatible cartridges for Hewlett-Packard (HP) and Epson printers have been removed from the OP giant's retail catalogues. HP compatible cartridges will be removed from stores...

All eyes on China

 OPI's Chinese Office Products Awards ceremony took place on 13 November, on the the first day of Paperworld China 2006 – and the inaugural event proved a resounding success. The glittering awards bash, held...

This month’s question: How can the OP industry attract the cream of the graduate...

 "At Avery Dennison, we feel strongly that human capital is one of the key success factors in our multinational company today. As we increasingly work across divisions and borders, it is very important that...

Lenovo partnering with major printer maker?

13 October 2006 — Beijing (CHN): Lenovo is rumoured to be joining forces with a major printer maker as it branches out into the Chinese printing market. Lyra Research will present the Made (and Invented)...

Epson challenged in patent battle

 A court battle is set to determine the future of the UK ink cartridge market with the possibility of a landmark legal decision over patent rights. The outcome of the litigation could lead to a...

Seiko Epson has corporate clients in sight

 26 September 2006 — Tokyo (JPN): Seiko Epson plans to increase profitability by expanding the segment of its business geared toward corporate clients. The company will increase the number of products that can be tailored...

Seiko Epson settles with Recharge

 8 August 2006 — Tokyo (JPN): Seiko Epson has agreed to settle its intellectual property rights action against UK-based internet retailer, Recharge Inkjet Technologies, which trades online as CartridgeMonkey.com. Recharge has agreed not to infringe...

Seiko Epson posts Q2 profit

27 July 2006 — Tokyo (JPN): Seiko Epson, the second biggest ink-jet printer maker in the world after Hewlett-Packard, has reported a Q2 group operating profit of ¥7.01 billion ($60 million), compared to a...

Battle lines are being drawn Down Under

 Australia's big players are looking to exploit the recent rapid growth of private label goods which is expected to accelerate even faster over the next few years. Analysts believe that the private label phenomenon...

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Podcast: AF International’s green story

Desktop and surfaces cleaning specialist AF International believes that its longstanding commitment to the environment is its ‘best-kept secret’. In this episode of OPI Talk,...