OKI Europe Brings Out New Printers For SMEs

2012-05-02 11:29:33

Published on 2012-05-02 11:29:33

Ink company OKI Europe has announced that it is expanding its printer range for organisations, boosting its offering to one-man start-ups and small to medium sized businesses (SMBs).

It is bringing out a number of printer ink devices, including multi-function products (MFPs), which are capable of producing documents in A3 and A4.

Among the latest colour MFPs are the MC352dn, MC362dn and MC562dn, which feature a selection of software utilities with added functionality for control and workgroups.

Terry Laidlaw, OKI Europe's managing director, said: "In Europe, our success has been built on our exclusive focus on an unrivalled understanding of the SMB market. Today, this business opportunity is stronger than ever. "

OKI has also added two new printers to its mono MFP range, in the shape of the MB461 and MB471.

Furthermore, it has also unveiled three new single-function printers, with the C331dn, C511dn and C531dn able to print A4 in colour and at high speeds.

The origins of OKI date back to 1881, when Kibataro Oki founded Meikosha Ltd, after convincing Japan that it was about the enter the age of communications.

Posted by Johnny McMaster.

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