An Indian association of businesses involved in recycling printer cartridges has held a recent event which attracted people from across the country.
The Cartridge Recyclers and Traders Association of India function was attended by more than 100 representatives from printer cartridges firms in New Delhi, Hyderabad, Nagpur, Pune, Goa and Surat, the Recycler reports.
One of the key presentations was made by Ganesh Iyer of the Mumbai high court, who spoke about trademarks, patents and intellectual property rights relating to printer cartridges.
Another representative, chairman of the association Shashank Ruiwale, talked about trends within the office supplies sector. He also invited all attendees to join the association and take part in its upcoming plans and programmes.
Meanwhile, Praful Ruiwale of Track Engineers spoke on the topic of vacuum technology for filling inkjet cartridges, while Nikhil Dubaria of Appoge Enterprises focused on remanufacturing HPprinter cartridges.
According to the Recycler, the conference was full of "technical insight" about printer cartridges and "was well received" by attendees.
Speaking about the association earlier this week, treasurer Ravi Choudhary said the body would "help cartridge recyclers to interact with leading international suppliers and bring latest technology to India for our benefit".
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