1. In this week's episode, David Gibbons shares the TOP news stories from the printer consumables industry:

    1. Designers are now looking at how they can improve a home or office printer;
    2. Consumers are being warned that a significant amount of ink in a printer cartridge is wasted;
    3. Bosses and staff at the new Brother printer cartridge manufacturing plant in the Philippines are buzzing;
    4. The world's second-largest economy is expected to overtake the United States to become the world's largest consumer market;
    5. Xerox expect 45 per cent of their revenue will come from small and medium businesses in India;
    6. Xerox admits some of its scanners can alter numbers in documents.

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  2. In this week's inTouch News, David Gibbons shares with you news from the Indian printing consumables market:

    1. Thousands of Indians sit on street corners refilling half of the market share of printer cartridges;
    
2. Consumers in India may soon pay less for their printer cartridges;
    
3. Millions of metres of ribbon shipped to India to meet the dot matrix market needs;
    4. Konica Minolta appoints distribution partners to launch 7 new printers in India;
    5. Researchers say global printer shipments will drop to 88 million per year by 2017;
    
6. Worldwide paper volume decreased to 2.98 trillion pages in 2012.

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  3. In this week's episode, David Gibbons shares the TOP news stories from the printer consumables industry:

    1. By making a printer cartridge, Ink factory has proved 3D printing provides new opportunities;
    2. One remanufacturer has now filed a motion to dismiss Lexmark’s claims against them;
    3. The International Trade Commission has issued a public version of its opinion on the Canon gear GEO;
    4. HP has expanded its efforts in the Philippines by opening a new delivery centre;
    5. Researchers report more laser printers were sold last quarter in Western Europe;
    6. Kyocera claims its profit has more than tripled.

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  4. In this bulletin, David Gibbons presents the BIGGEST news in the printer consumables industry:

    1. According to Information Data Corporation, or IDC, 12.4 percent fewer shipments were made in the first quarter this year, compared with the same time last year.
    2. EPEAT, the worldwide register for greener electronics has now recognised 33 of Konica Minolta’s printers, with each receiving a silver or gold rating.
    3. News comes that a 3D printing innovation centre will be built in Zhuhai China. 3D experts gathered for a forum, in Zhuhai to discuss how to make it a world class 3D printing manufacturing region.
    4. By collecting and recycling thousands of used ink and toner cartridges, Inking About Africa, a UK based charity, has raised more than 7,000 British pounds, or 11,000 US dollars for basic learning equipment for schools and several development projects in the Gambia, West Africa.
    5. Two OEMs, Lexmark and Canon, have already posted profits in the second quarter of this year.
    6. A new study reveals up to 20% of cartridges sold in Western European countries, and 22% sold in Russia during 2012 were newly built copied cartridges, or clones.

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  5. In this bulletin, David Gibbons shares with you the BIGGEST news stories in the printer consumable industry:
    1.Chinese companies are busy telling their US customers THEIR products do NOT infringe Canon’s patents, nor the new GEO, and can still be shipped to them.
    2.The Indian rupee has suffered against the US dollar and is now at record lows causing a raise in the prices of printing consumables;
    3.Static Control Components, the largest manufacturer of components for printer cartridges in the world has opened another centre, this time near Frankfurt in Germany;
    4.Many companies in Australia are now signing up for managed document services, to not only save money, but also reduce their carbon footprint;
    5.In order to grow more aggressively in the UK and Ireland, Lexmark has signed an agreement;
    6.HP has been ordered by the Federal Court in Australia to pay a 3 million dollar fine for making false or misleading statements.

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