Kyocera Mita laser printers are robust devices, that are designed to be shared by a group of users. We stock a massive range of original and compatible Kyocera Mita toner cartridges all available with free UK delivery.
Kyocera’s approach to sustainability is based on a waste reduction strategy – Kyocera Mita strive to reduce the amount of resources our products consume, both in their manufacture and during their lifetime. At the heart of this is our ECOSYS printer technology, which uses unique long-life drums and developers which are designed (and indeed guaranteed) to last for the design life of our workgroup printers. In other laser printers, these items are contained in the consumable cartridge and replaced each time the toner runs out; by making them permanent components we greatly reduce the amount of waste generated by our printers – as well as cutting the cost of Kyocera toner consumables, typically by more than 50%.
It doesn’t stop there. Every single model in Kyocera's range complies with the new, more stringent Energy Star standard, which now requires the ability to print double sided above 20 pages per minute. Kyocera's workgroup printers emit no ozone. And every single plastic component is ID coded for easy recycling at end of life.
Kyocera has announced that it will exhibit technology at the 2013 FIEE Trade Air show.
It will showcase its ability to utilise fine ceramic technology within two main theme displays - automotive and industrial equipment.
Kyocera originally known for its toner cratridge and printer suppliers, has emerged as a supplier of solar power generating systems, telecoms equipment, printers, copiers, electronic components and semiconductor packages.
Eiji Tanaka, president of Kyocera do Brasil Componentes Industrias Ltda, said: "The Kyocera Group has been carrying out business in Brazil for many years as a supplier of cutting tools, electronic and plastic injection components, printers, copiers and solar panels.
"With the strong growth of automotive and communication sectors, Brazil presents many new opportunities for components manufacturers like us."
Mr Tanaka believes that Kyocera's technologies can help to meet a number of demands in the markets of Brazil and South America as well as continuning to supply the toner cartridges and printer accross the world.
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The Document Solutions company Kyocera will debut its selection of education-friendly printers at the BETT Show 2013.
The toner cartridges specialist will explain how its solutions help to reduce costs, wasteful printing and carbon emissions. It will also reveal a selection of technologies for the education sector, including its Mobile Print App.
Elaine Hewitt, Kyocera's public sector specialist, said: "Kyocera has worked with UK schools, colleges and universities for over twenty years reducing waste, increasing efficiency and improving productivity.
"We work with our partners to deliver best practice and most importantly best pricing for our education customers."
Ms Hewitt added that Kyocera's portfolio of robust and reliable products allow schools, colleges and universities to benefit from document solutions with a low carbon footprint.
Recently, Kyocera revealed its KYOeasyprint 3.0 technology, which stands as an output management solution, capable of printing and distributing products to a number of locations.
The system transforms simple print commands into a small workflow.
Posted by Johnny McMaster.
Printer company Kyocera has announced that its ECOSYS printers reduce power consumption by 30 per cent.
The FS-4300DN, FS-4200DN, FS-4100DN, FS-2100DN and FS-2100D models boast a notably low Typical Electricity Consumption, while also offering one of the lowest costs per page in their class.
Each mono has long life components as standard and host a printer drum which lasts for up to 500,000 prints.
The announcement of these devices follows the news that Kyocera developed the world's fastest 300dpi (dots per inch) inkjet printhead.
The technology allows simultaneous two-colour printing and offers the world's fastest speed of 152m per minute.
Rachel Dean, product manager of Kyocera Document Solutions UK, said: "These new printers are faster, more energy efficient and feature advanced technology. Our range of robust printers offer amazing TCO and are suitable for every workgroup requirement."
Ms Dean also noted that the printers will only require one servicing during their life.
Posted by Johnny McMaster.
Printer company Kyocera has developed the world's quickest 300dpi (dots per inch) inkjet printhead.
The system enables simultaneous two-colour printing and boasts the globe's fastest printing speed of 152m per minute.
As well as this, the hardware's nozzle configuration stops the mixing of inks at the point of contact with paper.
Samples of the new product are expected to be available within the year, with the company aiming to respond to the market's demand for high-speed, high-resolution printing and a decrease in the environmental impact of products.
Another key feature of the hardware is its printing resolution of 1200dpi x 1200dpi, as well as a printing width of 108 inches.
Details about the record-breaking printer come after Kyocera appointed a new senior service manager for Europe.
Norbert Wolter will spearhead a pan-European project, which aims to introduce the IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) Service Management System across its operations over the continent
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Ink specialist Kyocera has awarded Kellys Printing Solutions with its Green Partner Plus Accreditation.
The certification comes after Kellys improved its sustainable practices, with Kyocera noting that the award indicates the significant investment made by the company to become greener.
Mr Mark Wilkinson, operations director of Kellys, said: "As a business we are very committed to sustainability and we felt that this was an important and valuable accreditation to achieve."
Mr Wilkinson explained that he believes sustainability and its subsequent savings will provide a driving force for businesses over the next ten years.
He also emphasised that he is looking forward to growing the business in conjunction with Kyocera.
The topic of sustainability was recently highlighted by Gregg Corbett, marketing director at Avery and founder of Green Office Week, who claimed that many British companies are losing money due to inadequate environmental practices.
Mr Corbett advised that cash can be saved if firms are more conscious of their energy use.
Posted by Fred Bugenhalgen.
Kyocera Communications has been handed a recycling award from the City of San Diego's Environmental Services Department.
During 2011, the company recycled over 26,730 pounds of paper, plastic and electronic waste, enabling it to substantially lower its carbon footprint, reports Wireless News.
Eric Anderson, senior vice president and general manager of sales and marketing at Kyocera Communications, said: "We continue to find new ways to help our environment every year, such as further improving our recycling of materials and water."
As part of its efforts, the company recycled roughly 2,500 pounds of mixed paper, while beverage cans were also removed on a nightly basis and taken away for re-use.
It comes after the Nassau Guardian reported that Bahamas firm Custom Computers has now shipped 10 palates of used ink toners out of the country as part of its sustainability project.
These products will be recycled in the US by HP.
Posted by Barry Ashmore.
Kyocera Mita has unveiled two new black and white devices for its monochrome ink cartridges range of products.
The firm's new machines join the ECOSYS line of environmentally-friendly printers designed to provide consistent-high quality images while meeting Energy Star guidelines for power efficiency.
According to Kyocera Mita, the ECOSYS FS-1135MFP and FS-1035MFP/DP products offer a fast efficient solution for small and medium-sized business users as well as lowering operating costs.
On top of this, both devices can support a variety of management tools including PRESCRIBE, KMnet Admin as well as PDF Direct print job capabilities.
Earlier this year, Kyocera Mita expanded its multifunction printer (MFPs) ink range with its FS-C2626MFP and FS-C2526MFP colour machines and two black and white devices.
"As our customers are looking to do more with less, we're proud to offer the FS-C2626MFP and FS-C2526MFP colour MFPs and FS-3640MFP and FS-3540MFP monochrome MFPs as highly efficient productivity tools," said Danielle Wolowitz, director in product marketing at Kyocera Mita.
Posted by Barry Ashmore.
Kyocera Mita has won the Buyers Laboratory (BLI) Summer 2011 Picks award in two categories for its printer ink products.
The firm's FS-C5250DN model won the honour of best critical colour printer and its FS-C2126MFP+ took the top prize in the multifunction section.
Both devices were selected after BLI analysts and editors spent months evaluating different machines in areas such as reliability, image quality, ease of use and the cost of ownership.
Steve Mitchell, product manager at Kyocera Mita, said: "Reliability in the real world is one of the key selling points of the Kyocera range, so we are delighted that BLI has singled out this feature as a compelling benefit of both the FS-C5250DN and FS-C2126MFP+."
Recently, Kyocera Mita released a range of colour and multifunction printers which it claims can help companies reduce their carbon footprints, improve their workflow and productivity.
According to the firm, there are also new, advanced business applications to improve the efficiency of its FS-C2626MFP and FS-3540MFP black and white printer ink products.
Published by Barry Ashmore
Kyocera Mita has expanded its range of multifunctional printer (MFP) ink devices.
The firm released its new FS-C2626 MFP and FS-C2526MFP products, which it claims can print 28 pages per minute.
On top of this, it launched two black and white MFPs including its FS-3640 and FS-3540 models.
Danielle Wolowitz, director in product marketing at Kyocera Mita, said: "Kyocera is focused on delivering document imaging devices that improve productivity at the lowest operational cost possible.
"As our customers are looking to do more with less, we're proud to offer the FS-C2626MFP and FS-C2526MFP colour MFPs and FS-3640MFP and FS-3540MFP monochrome MFPs as highly efficient productivity tools."
Recently, printer ink firm Kyocera Mita expanded its A4 workgroup MFP range of products for its consumer line up.
The company claims its latest FS-3040MFP and FS-3140MFP are excellent value for any small and medium-sized businesses looking to reduce their power consumption, improve production times and save money.
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A new partnership with EFI will let Kyocera Mita expand its award-winning line of TASKalfa colour printer ink devices.
The new deal will mean that Kyocera's products will integrate EFI's Fiery enabled document output technology to help speed up printing and production times.
Ryuzo Morita, executive officer and senior general manager in the corporate strategy and planning division at Kyocera Mita, said: "Our commitment to colour has given Kyocera Mita the opportunity to provide businesses globally with the very best combination of performance, ultra-reliability and superior document imaging solutions.
"Our partnership with EFI has enabled us to build upon our success."
Toby Weiss, senior vice president at EFI, added that its Fiery technology will help improve the digital printer ink quality from the devices.
Recently, Kyocera Mita launched a new TASKalfa range with 11 more products, which it claims will work effectively and efficiently for any small or large businesses.
Posted by Barry Ashmore
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