Overall, most companies reported lack of components, as well as rising costs for both components and shipping, and large backorders.
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But Printing and Solutions’ business sees increased sales revenue.
Brother International reported today that its toner-cartridge collection and remanufacturing facility in Slovakia…
Brother expects its upgraded business-inkjet line up to form a key part of its managed print services (MPS) offering.
Historically, the decline of the British empire after 1945 is generally referred to as a “soft landing.” The country became......
Brother Industries of Japan announced on February 15th that it’s revised its environmental goals that are part of the “Brother Group Environmental Vision 2050.”
This week’s most interesting news was Oki and Ricoh’s announcement that they’ve teamed up to develop an A3 printer engine......
Brother International of Japan today reported results for its third quarter and nine-month period.
“How Work Works Now” campaign promotes Brother’s Partner Program, which is designed to recruit document-imaging equipment dealers for its A4-focused printer and MFP line, highlighting A4 over A3 advantages.
Epson maintains position as market leader.
Manufacturing constraints and logistical issues were the main causes for most brands to not have enough inventory to fulfill orders.
We look at who’s recovering and who’s not, how growth is slowing for some, but not others, and the several factors influencing these results.
Brother International of Japan today posted financial results for its half year, April 1 to September 30, 2020. The company......
Inkjet vendors continued to record high shipments to cater to ongoing demand and to fill order backlogs.
Not surprisingly, at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020, most document-imaging companies’ share prices took a substantial......
In the last several years, and with the coronavirus pandemic, OEMs have increasingly turned to the smartphone/tablet app for remote operation of the MFP/All-in-One.