Over 11500 Counterfeit HP Products Found In Malaysia

2012-11-12 08:34:42

Published on 2012-11-12 08:34:42

More than 11,500 counterfeit HP ink cartridges have been seized in Malaysia as part of a crackdown on the ink products.

Speaking to Mis Asia, HP global brand protection and anti-counterfeit manager Jeff Kwasny explained that more than 719 illegal ink cartridges were captured, along with 3,132 toner cartridges and 7,669 other components.

"Our commitment to our customers is the driving force behind the vigilance of our anti-counterfeit team, as we understand how the sale of counterfeit HP products negatively impacts our customers and the HP brand," Mr Kwasny explained.

He added that HP worked with local law enforcement to ensure that the action would be possible, explaining that HP vigorously defends its intellectual property.

The ink specialist is rolling out its products to numerous areas of the world, including Nigeria, where it has introduced its Ink Advantage printers.

The systems aim to decrease expenses for small and medium-sized businesses.

Posted by Barry Ashmore.

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