It’s earnings season, and this week we’ve seen results from several printer and copier companies. It’s important to note of...
Tagged: Ninestar Corporation
Ninestar faults U.S. ban, currency fluctuations, for declining financial results.
“The ethical issues just demanded that we not put our quality seal of approval on products made by slave labor.”
NInestar continues to fight DHS ban, which locks it out of world’s largest economy.
G&G, a subsidiary of Ninestar Corporation of Zhuhai, China, announced new third-party EverBrite Art inks for the Epson T8041-9 and......
The ink- and toner-cartridge remanufacturing and reuse sector in Europe is under increased pressure…
Panel conference, which was led by BTA General Counsel Bob Goldberg, was held last week at a BTA conference in Boston.
G&G Company reports that it’s introduced patented managed print services (MPS) ink solutions for 16 different series of printers, mainly......
“We’re constantly looking at our supply chain and making sure we’re adhering to all regulatory and government requirements around the world…”
Ninestar Corporation of Zhuhai, China, has released financial results for the first half of its fiscal year…
NInestar lawsuit argues U.S. government and agencies “arbitrarily and capriciously placed Ninestar on the UFLPA Entity List.”
Ninestar Corporation’s G&G business recently outlined what it says is its “exceptional innovation in technology and products…”
Getting in early and/or being adjacent to the office may help, but diversification isn’t always the answer.
Ninestar contends there is no basis for the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security to add it to the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) Entity List.
G&G says the supplies provide a “stable ink supply equal to OEM’s print experience.”
“The sudden ban of Ninestar products has caused numerous companies to seek alternative sources. Suppliers contacted by BTA have acknowledged incorporation of Ninestar products and their immediate discontinuance.”