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MSE Releases 18,000 page MPS Engineered Cartridge for 51X (P3005)

15 Feb, 2012

Van Nuys, CA - February 2012 - Micro Solutions Enterprises (MSE), the industry leader for Intelligently Re-Engineered™ cartridges, is pleased to announce the release of the 51X (P3005) cartridge. MSE is offering yields of 38% more than the 13k page original which offers great CPP savings for any dealer/MPS provider.

Says Luke Goldberg of the release “ these printers and MFP’S are found heavily placed in small and medium sized workgroups and are having their longevity increased due to refurbished printer sales and the overall aging of installed bases. This 18,000 page cartridge makes these ideal to manage for any dealer with a cost competitive, highly reliable product.”

MSE as always approved this product using its multiple stress test protocols including stop/go testing and duplex printing. Look for more MPS engineered releases coming soon.

About MSE

MSE is the largest USA based remanufacturer and is acclaimed as one of the leading edge innovators in the marketplace. MSE has pioneered the process of “Intelligent Re-Engineering” as applied to remanufactured printer consumables which is a protocol that employs patented technologies, proprietary processes, and stringent testing methodologies all with the goal of providing the market’s best alternative to high cost OEM print consumables. MSE has multiple certifications and accreditations including ISO 9001 and 14001. Coupled with our engineering prowess MSE also prides itself on offering the highest levels of after sales support to its dealers through its consultative sales and marketing programs. MSE is a global entity with sales and distribution in Canada, Europe (UK and the Netherlands), Israel, Brazil, California, and Pennsylvania. Visit www.mse.com for information.

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