Ink Technologies [is] pushing the company to become more and more “green”, focusing on increasing their offering of remanufactured cartridges...
Dayton, OH (PRWEB) May 23, 2013
Ink Technologies, LLC was recently highlighted in the Dayton Business Journal. Ink Technologies has been recognized as one of the fastest growing and successful businesses in the Dayton, Ohio area. The Dayton Business Journal focuses on local businesses and success, bringing information about the economic health and climate of the greater Dayton area.
Ink Technologies is an ink cartridge and toner cartridge reseller specializing in providing printer cartridges and consumables to businesses and homes at significantly reduced prices compared to purchasing new brand name ink or toner cartridges. Ink Technologies was founded in 2001 and in 2006 the business was sold to the current owners. The new owners have focused on the quality of their brand name, growth of their supplies and facilities, and excellent customer support to fill the niche opened due to the high cost of brand name ink cartridges.
Since the new owners took over the business, Ink Technologies has grown from being operated out of a garage into a 32,000-square-foot warehouse facility. The warehouse facility stores their entire product inventory and is also the headquarters for the company. Profits have been increasing rapidly as well. In 2012 the company earned $16.5 million in sales, and in 2013 they are on pace to earn $20 million. Currently their website, InkTechnologies.com, receives an average of 12,000 unique visitors a day.
Ink Technologies looks toward the future of their company and realizes that there is significant room for further growth. Remanufactured and compatible ink and toner cartridges are still growing in popularity as it becomes increasingly obvious that printer companies will continue to drive up the price of ink while offering quality printers at near production cost. Because of the printer manufacturers’ business model, remanufactured or compatible cartridges can provide a lower cost alternative.
The current owners of Ink Technologies are pushing the company to become more and more “green”, focusing on increasing their offering of remanufactured cartridges, which re-use a significant percentage of the original cartridge parts. Ink Technologies also offers a “free” recycling program for used ink and toner cartridges. The recycling process reduces plastic waste and provides businesses with a quality product. Remanufactured ink cartridges can perform equal to the original manufacturer’s new products, depending on the quality of the cartridge remanufacturing process.