BOOMING TRADE IN EMPTY INKJET CTGS

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BOOMING TRADE IN EMPTY INKJET CTGS

 user 2006-09-12 at 11:10:00 am Views: 50
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    Booming trade in empty inkjet cartridges
    Business Booming For Computer Ink Refillers
    GRAPEVINE, Texas — It’s one of those things every one who owns a printer comes to figure out.
    The
    real money in the devices comes from being able to sell replacement
    cartridges — whether it be ink for ink-jet printers or toner for laser
    printers.It’s an expensive proposition — over time, printer users
    spend many times more than the cost of the machine in replacement
    supplies. But these days, a growing number of people are turning to
    refilled ink cartridges.One businessman in Texas said doing so has
    knocked his monthly outlay from $600 a month to about $400 a month.
    Lyra Research tracks the printer industry — and said refilled
    cartridges account for less than a quarter of ink sales in the United
    States.But analysts said the number of is certain to go much higher,
    and that’s expected to pose a threat to big printer makers like Hewlett
    Packard, Lexmark and Epson.