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Printer supplies provider searches for longest-running machines

By Paperstone on October 11, 2007 in Ink Cartridges And Toners

Printer manufacturer Kyocera Mita is looking for its oldest device that is still in action.

Covering Europe, the Middle East and Africa, the printer supplies provider’s search is looking for printer supplies that have demonstrated their longevity and are offering a Japanese-themed party, to be held at a mystery location, as a prize.

In addition, the winner will also receive a brand new KM-C252E colour printer to supplement their own office supplies. Businesses in South Africa will receive a KM-2560 Multi Functional Product.

The Marathon Machine Competition will run between October and November 30th 2007 and entrants who think their own printer supplies are worthy of nomination can apply via Kyocero Mita’s websites.

Entrants will need to supply the serial number of their machine, which Kyocera Mita will then use to establish the age of the printer.

Kyocera Mita states that it is the world’s largest providers of office document solutions and is part of the Kyocera Group, which was founded in 1959 and now has more than 63,000 employees across the globe.

It offers a range of office supplies and office equipment, which include copiers and large document machines.

At Paperstone we can supply your firm with a wide selection of printer supplies.


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