Tonercycle/Inkcycle Revealed Strategic Alliance with PrintReleaf
FREMONT, CA: TonerCycle/InkCycle, a key player in aftermarket imaging supplies, has revealed a technical alliance with PrintReleaf Exchange [PRX], the first technology platform to cater cloud-based forest product tracking and reforestation. This strategic alliance enables the company to cater its customers with an authentic and innovative way to build sustainable business and reduce the environmental hazards that can happen from the use of forest products.
TonerCycle/InkCycle is a global leader in aftermarket print cartridge technology. The Company relies on its Global Sourcing Alliance to deliver the finest combination of performance and price to office products, office equipment and retail private brands all over North America. On the other hand, PrintReleaf is a provider of cloud based solution through their innovative platform to help Utilities, Healthcare, Transport, etc. Their solution ensures that clients can offset their paper consumption through reforestation efforts around the world.
Tonercycle/Inkcycle, with over twenty years of prominence in environmental sustainability in the aftermarket print cartridge space, is looking for ways to cater value to their reseller community, their customers and the environment. “Our attraction to partnering with PrintReleaf was the transparency and validity of their claims as verified by a worldwide third party auditing organization,” said Brad Roderick, Executive Vice President, Tonercycle/inkcycle.
This technological alliance also enables TonerCycle/InkCycle’s customers with the benefit to link social media, Facebook announcements of releaf transactions and automatically sharing monthly Twitter that bolster active participation in sustainable business methodology.
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