*NEWS*F. GRAPHIC’s POSITIVE NEWS FOR IND.

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*NEWS*F. GRAPHIC’s POSITIVE NEWS FOR IND.

 user 2007-03-14 at 10:39:00 am Views: 83
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    Future Graphics Presents Positive News for Remanufacturing Industry at ReView 2007
    Details Why Laser-based MFP Proliferation and Non-Traditional OEM Inroads into the Enterprise Channel Spells Great Future for Remanufacturers
    SAN ANTONIO, TX —At Recharger Magazine’s Review 2007 Summit in February, in San Antonio,Texas, Future Graphics presented encouraging news for our industry in a seminar focused on thenew channels and opportunities that laser-based Multi-Function Printers (MFPs) present.Speaking to 80 representatives of some our industry’s most notable companies and tradepublications, Luke Goldberg, Senior Vice President, Future Graphics, delivered a powerfulmessage about the trend in MFPs and their positive implications for the R & R industry. Entitled“Laser-Based MFP Proliferation: New Channels and Opportunities for the RemanufacturingIndustry,” Luke detailed all the key products and their anticipated demand, as well as trends inmonochrome and color and the players to watch. Mr. Goldberg also reviewed OEM offerings across the distribution matrix and analyzed the channels of sales and distribution.“As I stated in my presentation,” said Mr. Goldberg, “one very interesting aspect of the MFP proliferation is that HP is attempting to wrestle market share from Xerox in the Enterprise channel.This allows traditional copier offerings to be replaced by laser-based consumables which would obviously be very positive for our industry.”“The seminars and presenters at ReView 2007 were nothing short of first rate,” said PhyllisGurgevich, publisher of Recharger. “From new market opportunities to new technologies, ReView offered a wealth of information that attendees will be able to take back and put into practice.”Across all channels, MFP growth was significant in 2006. According to Lyra, monochrome MFP shipments were up 8.6% and color MPF shipments were up 38.1%. Since MFPs are laser printerbased, the remanufacturing industry will have an immediate opportunity for sales and service. Consumables consumption will also be higher due to the broad MFP capabilities and increased usage of color.