Totalpost in further £60K ‘green’ cartridge investment

Totalpost in further £60K 'green' cartridge investmentMailroom specialist Totalpost Services Plc has created new jobs and doubled the size of its cartridge refilling factory as part of a £60,000 investment to help meet the growing demand for recycled and refilled franking cartridges.

Totalpost is one of the UK’s biggest suppliers of refilled franker cartridges and sells well in excess of 250,000 to customers around the world.

The best-in-class new filling machine has been installed at the company’s dedicated factory in Alston, Cumbria, creating three new jobs.

“This new investment is a direct response to a growing demand from customers for a greener solution to their printing and franking needs,” said Totalpost Services Plc Managing Director David Hymers MBE.

“Modern technology has delivered unprecedented standards of reliability to the refilled cartridge market,” David continued. “By getting their franking cartridges refilled, clients reduce their costs as well as their carbon footprint and we’re anticipating a significant growth in demand from across the UK, Europe and the USA.”

To help deliver the most cost-effective product solutions, Totalpost offers full in-house design and development on new products. All coding of any country-specific cartridges is completed using Totalpost’s own software, with all updates created immediately.

David concludes: “Now that our filling capacity has increased dramatically, combined with availability of the broadest range of products in this niche market, our dealers worldwide will be delighted with the speed of order turnaround combined with a high quality experience and a 100% guarantee in the event of any issue.”

This latest investment will double filling capacity and is expected to increase Totalpost’s10% share of the European franker ink cartridge market.

Established in 2002, Totalpost operates from centres in Warrington, Swindon and Cumbria and also offers a variety of other products and services including mailing machine sales & maintenance, mail sorting and opening, fulfilment, returned mail management, disaster recovery, document scanning and storage.

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