Kodak Sees Increase In Sales Of Ink Cartridges
Kodak has posted new figures revealing that it enjoyed growth in total sales of ink cartridges during the second quarter of 2009.
The printer and ink manufacturer claimed that it "significantly outpaced" the market when it came to growth in sales of the cartridges.
It also noted that the first orders are being received for its Kodak Prosper platform, which is based on Stream Inkjet Technology.
"While we continue to be challenged by the global recession, we remain committed to our strategy and have the financial resources available to implement our business plans," said Antonio Perez, chairman of the Eastman Kodak Company.
"During the second quarter we continued to execute on our strategy, with our consumer inkjet hardware and ink revenue growth significantly outpacing the market."
Recently, the Miami Herald reported that the Kodak ESP 7 is able to makes use of cheap ink cartridges because the printer head is built into the machine itself.