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 user 2004-03-30 at 12:39:00 pm Views: 117
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    Cartridge company to open 4 more Texas stores
     Ink cartridge recycling franchise Cartridge World is building on the success of its first Austin location With plans for four more locations in 2004.

    Customers bring empty printer, copier or fax cartridges to the stores be refilled in less than 10 minutes, saving up to 60 percent in costs compared with purchasing new cartridges, according to the company.

    Cartridge World opened its first Austin store in November in the Allandale Shopping Center on Burnet Road. Owned by franchisees Kyle Fisher and Michael Davis, the Allandale location has four technicians.

    Davis and Fisher will open their second franchise in June on RR 620 in Far Northwest Austin. Another Cartridge World store is scheduled to open April 10 at 1621 S. Lamar Blvd. It will be owned by franchisee Richard Wallace.

    Two stores set to open at the end of the year will be in Round Rock and Cedar Park. Those two locations haven’t been identified. Each Cartridge World store measures 1,000 to 1,600 square feet.

    Emeryville, Calif.-based Cartridge World North America LLC is a subsidiary of Australia-based Cartridge World, founded in 1991