PowerPoint Cartridges works to minimize carbon footprint

6th March 2014 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |


PowerPoint-Cartridges-remanufactured-laser-toner-cartridgesMumbai, India, 6th March, 2014: Many corporate players today are working towards reducing the carbon footprint and working towards a greener earth. In line with it, PowerPoint Cartridges Pvt Ltd, a leading eco-friendly remanufacturer of laser toner cartridges in India, also now focuses on its sustainability programmes in order to reduce carbon footprint of printer cartridges.

“Our USP is to provide quality prints at a lower cost; every cartridge sold by us comes with a 100 percent warrantee to perform. Our premium customer one of India’s leading bank has managed to save over 3 million USD by using our product in comparison to their regular expensive OEM toners over the period of last two years. At Power Point we ensure that our service level is always maintained at 95% and above for customer satisfaction,” said PowerPoint Cartridges CEO Vishesh Nangia.

At PowerPoint Cartridges, every recycled laser toner saves upto four liters of oil and avoids hazardous plastics going into landfills, claims the company. “At the rate at which our planets’ resources are depleting, it will not be a surprise if we see World War 3 for preservation of crude oil – the earth’s next most valuable element after gold,” added.

Indian market size for printer cartridges is pegged at over Rs. 4000 crore and growing annually at over 30 per cent. The demand for genuine compatible and recycled cartridges has also grown. “We have been growing 100% year on year In India alone one million used laser toner cartridges are dumped in land-fills every year, causing hazardous gases and spoiling the soil, which can never be reused for any human purposes in future,” said Nangia.

PowerPoint Cartridges’ remanufactured laser toner cartridges are eco-friendly products which strongly advocate the ‘Go Green’ initiative. “Printing is a great place to start savings for every organization. Cutting back on expensive OEM supplies and using our toners supplies will not only save your business money, but also reduce your carbon footprint,” informed Nangia.

Catering to the needs of an array of individual as well as corporate customers, the company helps its customers to save printing costs with their solutions. It has a wide range of cartridges that suits various original equipment manufacturers (OEM) and which costs less than 50 per cent of OEMs. It also offers sales and maintenance support to multiple brands of computers, servers, s/ws and IT hardware peripherals. It has taken a strong position in the market with customized solutions as per customer requirements and applications. As of today Power Point caters to more than 3000 customers across India ranging from listed fortune 500 companies to small and medium enterprises.

PowerPoint Cartridges currently has two home products:  remanufactured laser toner cartridges and the compatible laser toner cartridges. These cartridges are manufactured and supplied for leading printer device manufacturing companies such as HP, Canon, Samsung, Brother, Ricoh and Xerox.

PowerPoint Cartridges is also a reseller of IT hardware products, such as printers, computers and other associated IT hardware supplies. The company’s partnership with top brands, such as Tally, Quick Heal, Microsoft, Canon, HP, Dell and Konica Minolta enables it to offer comprehensive products and solutions to its end customers.



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