*NEWS*25,000 EMPTIES COLLECTED A MONTH

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*NEWS*25,000 EMPTIES COLLECTED A MONTH

 user 2005-12-14 at 11:15:00 am Views: 63
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    Nutech opens as Ingram closes
    (AUSTRALIA)
    EVEN
    consumables-orientated distributor Nutech IT Supplies is amazed at its
    fortunate timing in opening a new Christchurch warehouse.
    The day
    before Ingram Micro closed its storage facility in the city, eliciting
    angry responses from South Island resellers, Nutech opened its new site.
    Acknowledging the timing was good, Nutech sales and marketing manager Nigel Willard says it was purely coincidental.
    “We could not have planned it better if we tried,” he says.
    Nutech
    is sharing parent company Croxley Stationery’s long-established
    Christchurch warehouse and delivery systems, which Willard believes
    will ensure the success of the venture.
    “Croxley has a very
    efficient distribution centre in Christchurch, which has been very
    successful for a number of years,” he says.
    “It means we can go in with a very low-cost model. We can now offer an improved and cost-effective service to the South Island.”
    The
    warehouse features a collection point, while resellers can expect
    overnight deliveries across the South Island, says Willard.
    The facility was opened to meet strong demand for such a service from South Island customers, he adds.
    Nutech’s core business is supplying toner and ink cartridges.
    It
    is the major Brother distributor in the country and stocks the main OEM
    consumables brands, but also operates a large cartridge remanufacturing
    facility at its Albany base.
    “We receive 25,000 empty cartridges a month through collection programmes,” says Willard.
    These are remanufactured into the company’s own consumables brand, Emarq, which he says offers high margins to resellers.
    Recently
    the company expanded into other consumables, such as photo paper and
    Verbatim media, as well as Kodak digital cameras. “Our focus is on
    imaging technology,” says Willard.