Flower Mound, TX (PRWEB) September 10, 2005
Freeprinters.com President, Dennis Walthers commented today on analysis released from the NPES, the Association for Suppliers of Printing, Publishing and Converting Technologies.
''Stats from the last two years have shown that more than 60% of commercial printers feel that within the next two years, more than half their printing jobs will require 24 hour turnover or faster,'' says Walthers. The NPES has predicted that leading up to 2007, revenues from digital printing in the industry would continue to grow.
Taking advantage of this trend, Walthers has ignited what could be a controversy in the printing industry by offering wide format color laser printers free of charge to US based businesses. His company, known for distributing free printers to high volume users, is banking on this business model to bring down the cost of printing capital for small commercial printers and print shops.
The company requires no reporting, and clients do not need to print a minimum number of pages each month or each quarter. Participating businesses and organizations receive automatic monthly or quarterly shipments of ink cartridges at rates that represent up to 35% savings over prevailing retail prices for similar products with no additional shipping charges. The programs also include up to three years of free on-site service. Upon successful completion of the printer program, clients own their printers outright with no further monthly requirements.
The Lexmark C920 prints paper sizes up to 12'' X 48''. Freeprinters.com introduced this line of printer into its services for clients who have an increasing need to print in color but don't want to sacrifice quality, performance or much-needed funds."
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Mark Buzan, Publicist Â Freeprinters.com
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Dennis Walthers, President
http://www.Freeprinters.com (214) 764-3526
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