When it comes to choosing a replacement toner or ink cartridge for your printer, you may think that you don’t really have much of a choice in what you buy. Fact is, there are many alternatives to the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) cartridges on the market today. Consumers have a choice. One choice is to buy the ink/toner of the same brand as your printer, but you also have the option of buying a compatible remanufactured cartridge. Remanufactured cartridges are made up of used OEM cartridges that undergo several processes for recycling, refilling, and selling. Here are 6 reasons why you might consider buying “reman” cartridges for your printer.
• First, remanufactured cartridges offer a significant savings opportunity, usually 40-50% off the OEM cartridges.
• All remanufactured cartridges purchased from NEOS are 100% quality guaranteed. Each product is guaranteed free from defects in material and workmanship. Technical support is available to assist with any problems if they do arise. We will even replace the cartridge and cover costs to repair a machine should any defect or damage occur.
• Our remanufactured cartridges use NEW components and drums. Unlike some “drill and fill” products on the market, our manufacturers use new components on all critical parts. Each cartridge undergoes rigorous quality control testing prior to leaving the factory to ensure proper performance.
• Our cartridges are manufactured in North America and making them TAA and GSA compliant for government customers. We offer more than 400 replacement cartridges for many of the top OEMs including, Brother®, Canon®, Epson®, HP®, Panasonic®, Sharp®, Xerox® and many more.
• There is a large breadth of remanufactured products available including laser, inkjet, extended yield, MICR and bio-based.
• Remanufactured cartridges are environmentally friendly – the production of a remanufactured cartridge produces 2.5 times LESS CO2 emissions than a new cartridge.
Remanufactured cartridges are an affordable, quality, “green”, and reliable alternative to OEM cartridges.
Source: our wholesale partner S.P. Richards December 2012 issue of Tech Times.