MSE Responds to Canon’s Claims of Alleged Infringement of Gear Patents4 Feb, 2014
USA – February 4, 2014 - On January 30th 2014 it has come to our attention that Canon USA is alleging that MSE and multiple other aftermarket providers are allegedly infringing certain patents related to the OPC drum gears of selected model toner cartridges. The models cited are mainly focused on two monochrome engines and one color model. MSE, in coordination with our drum suppliers are diligently investigating these claims and will open immediate dialogue with Canon to fully comprehend the nature of their complaint. MSE fully respects the intellectual property of others and looks forward to working with Canon to resolve this.
MSE has been committed to US-made innovation and remanufacturing for 20 years and we fully intend to address this issue quickly and will endeavor for this to create no disruptions for our customers. Our customers can expect the same level of quality, support, differentiation, and commitment to our collective success as we work through this. Please support us with your continued business and partnership.
Founded in 1994, MSE is the largest toner cartridge remanufacturer with all of its production facilities based in the U.S., and a leading-edge innovator in the marketplace. MSE pioneered the process of Intelligent Re-Engineering®, which employs patented technologies, proprietary processes, and stringent testing methodologies that result in the market’s best alternative to high-cost OEM print consumables. MSE has sales and distribution in Canada, Europe (UK, Spain and the Netherlands), Israel, United Arab Emirates, Brazil, California, and Pennsylvania. For company information please visit http://www.mse.com