Axis Printing’s areas of activities includes recycling of empty inkjet cartridges of almost all the leading brands of inkjet printers. The company offers the best rates for once used inkjet cartridges.
Axis Printing Consumables Pvt Ltd is a China-based company with their India office in Okhla Industrial Area in New Delhi. The company has over two decades of experience in the Printer Cartridge industry. Their products are being marketed in many Asian & European countries and also the US. Axis Printing enjoys leadership position for its BEST 4 U/PRITOP Brand for Laser and Inkjet Cartridges in Thailand and South East Asia. Also Axis Printing is one of the biggest companies in India whose collection of empty inkjet cartridges is very high.
Jeff Hong, Director, Axis Printing Consumables, comments, “We are introducing new innovations into our cartridges for which we are getting good feedback from the end users. Our main selling points are we have inks for all the models and we have both compatible inkjet cartridges and laser cartridges that fit into a wide variety of brand and models. We are latest with innovations and technology. Next, all our customers can get our products online easily through our website.”
Axis Printing’s areas of activities also include recycling of empty inkjet cartridges of almost all the leading brands of inkjet printers. The company offers the best rates for once used inkjet cartridges. By being in the recycling business, they demonstrate their responsibility to environment and care for the mother-earth besides making profitable business avenues available to hundreds of small businessmen.
“We purchase nearly 20,000 used empty inkjet cartridges (black and color) in India in a month and we are one of the biggest collectors of empty inkjet cartridges in India. Axis Printing is planning to open branch offices in Bangalore and Mumbai this year, from where company’s operations will be performed, in addition to collecting empties,” states Mohan Yadav, Axis Printing Consumables.
Axis Printing Consumables has a state-of-the-art manufacturing plants and R&D departments in China which are manned by highly qualified and experienced professionals.
Jeff Hong adds, “We treat our channel partners as the extended arms of our company. Right now we have our manufacturing facilities and R&D department in China. In future, we want to set up additional manufacturing plant and R&D department in India to develop ink cartridges, toner cartridges, cartridge parts, etc to meet the specific needs of the Indian consumers. Axis Printing right now remanufactures over 12,000 cartridges a month and their target is to remanufacture 30,000 cartridges a month. We collect empties of only inkjet cartridges—color and black of all models. After remanufacturing we sell them in China and India. All Axis Printing’s Products undergo stringent quality tests before getting shipped out. However, should our customers find any of our cartridges having any manufacturing defect, we provide timely replacement.”
Axis Printing has been expanding their business activities in India providing the best quality compatible toner cartridges available at affordable prices for the consumers. The company believes in adhering to the best business ethics and strives to have long lasting relations with its business associates. Axis Printing’s learning experience of different Business Cultures in various Countries has helped the company to formulate a policy of Business Ethics with very high standards. Today Axis Printing aims to establish their presence strongly in the fastest growing Indian economy, which offers a plethora of opportunities for several decades to come.
“India is a very important market for us, where we see lot of future opportunities for imaging consumables and recycling industry. We are still not strong with our offline channel, but we are in the process of setting up a countrywide distribution network for market penetration into every nook and corner of the country. We are in the process of appointing new partners and dealers in the Indian market. We are very optimistic about our future growth and success in India,” concludes Jeff Hong.