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Market sees especially strong sales of ink-tank models, and Brother International gains market share.
Some printer/copier companies continue to struggle to meet demand due to low product inventory.
The good news is that most companies are reporting improvements for their latest quarters, but we are still in wait-and-see mode when it comes to complete recovery.
Firm cites supply constraints, lower consumables’ sales, for lower profit.
Brother International today today announced its Value Subscription Program (VSP), an all-inclusive print subscription program…
Overall, most companies reported lack of components, as well as rising costs for both components and shipping, and large backorders.
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.
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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.