Briggs Equipment Invests In 5 Xerox Printer Ink Products
Briggs Equipment, the material handling firm, has announced it will install five Xerox ColourQube 9200 printer ink devices in its offices.
The organisation hopes that the multifunction products will help cut the cost of its colour printing and reduce the firm's environmental impact.
Staffordshire-based Briggs Equipment chose Xerox's ColourQube 9200 devices because of the company's reputation and reliability.
Tony Whitehouse, print mailroom operator at Briggs Equipment, said: "The Xerox ColourQube printers have enabled us to produce a whole range of documents more effectively and efficiently.
"The cost savings offered by the Xerox ColourQube devices currently stand at over £3,000 per year," he added.
Recently, the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) won the honour of Public Sector Project of the Year 2011 at the Green IT Awards for its partnership with Xerox.
Since last year the DWP has replaced over 30,000 single-function printers with less than 8,200 multi-function printer ink devices from Xerox improving its efficiency and productivity.
Posted by Jamie Foster