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 user 2006-11-02 at 2:41:00 pm Views: 88
  • #16745

    International Receives $200k Purchase Order from GSA and Breaks Ground
    in Selling Office Equipment and Supplies to the Government

    S.C., NOV 06 — CMARK International, Inc. , a leading Service Disabled
    Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) provider of service and products
    to federal government institutions and facilities, today announced it
    has been awarded a purchase order in the amount of $222,630 for
    supplying toner cartridges to the Department of Logistics. In order to
    fulfill this order and as an ongoing relationship to further its
    penetration into this market, CMARK partners with Laser Re-Nu
    International, Inc., a leader in laser toner cartridge recycling,
    remanufacture and distribution industry since 1988. Laser Re-Nu
    International is a GSA Advantage vendor, a Veteran Owned Small Business
    and an authorized Hewlett Packard Service Center.”This is our first
    sizable order in the procurement of office equipment and supplies,”
    says Mr. Charles Jones, CEO of CMARK International. “We are very
    excited about this ground breaking contract and working with Laser
    Re-Nu, as our fulfillment arm. This order signifies our success in
    developing our business model into various government procurement areas
    previously outside our normal reach. Office equipment and supplies is a
    large venue in which the Government allocates considerable funding each
    year. From our observation, most suppliers in this area are not small
    businesses owned by disabled veterans. Our achievement in obtaining
    this purchase order shall pave the way of us entering into other office
    equipment and supply contracts in the near future.”

    About Laser Re-Nu International, Inc.
    Re-Nu International, Inc. has been a leader in laser toner cartridge
    recycling, remanufacture and distribution since 1988. Based in Phoenix,
    Arizona, Laser Re-Nu offers a complete line of new original brand and
    new compatible toner cartridges for laser printers, copiers, fax
    machines, supplies and services. We also offer a line of refurbished
    laser printers, copiers, fax machine and plotters. Laser Re-Nu has
    certified Hewlett Packard and Canon Technicians on staff to service the
    complete line of color and black and white printers, digital copiers
    and is a GSA Advantage Vendor.Laser Re-Nu International, Inc., through
    a joint venture with Ecotech International and Strategic Advantage (an
    offshoot of McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Systems Countertrade and
    Offset Division), designs and builds complete, turnkey printer
    cartridge remanufacturing facilities worldwide. Laser Re-Nu
    International has completed plants in Abu Dhabi, U.A.E. and Bombay,
    India, with future projects now planned in Cairo, Egypt and Nairobi
    Kenya, Nassau Bahamas and Islamabad Pakistan. We offer a complete,
    turnkey solution to new compatible laser and inkjet cartridges. We
    provide training, equipment, plant design layout, technical knowledge,
    installation and set-up. As part of our continuing support, we provide
    ongoing technical and managerial training, in addition to providing
    innovative new equipment advancements.

    About CMARK International
    International provides a wide array of services and products in the
    areas of construction, interior systems and hospitality operations to
    federal government institutions and facilities. As one of the
    best-established and largest Service-disabled, Veteran-owned Small
    Businesses (SDVOSB), CMARK has built a strong franchise to meet the
    federal procurement opportunity represented by the Veterans Benefits
    Act of 2003 (Public Law 108-183) which requires the U.S. government
    agencies and prime contractors to earmark three percent of all federal
    procurement dollars to high quality SDVOSB firms. For more information,