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ILG Increases Inventory in All Four US Distribution Centers and Continues Environmental Stewardship

3 Dec, 2008

ILG Increases Inventory in All Four US Distribution Centers and Continues Environmental Stewardship


Woodland Hills, CA (December, 2008) ILG (International Laser Group) a 20 year veteran manufacturer producing high quality compatible cartridges, has augmented its inventory by 30% at all four US Distribution Centers. This is due to increased demand for ILG products. ILG’s main facility is on the West Coast (California) and its regional distribution centers are in Midwest (Illinois), East (Pennsylvania) and the South (Texas).

All four ILG Distribution centers are strategically located to best serve clients and prospects across the United States. The East Regional Distribution Center specializes in next day shipment of ILG products up and down the eastern seaboard from Boston, Massachusetts all the way south to Miami, Florida. In addition to the Mid-Atlantic states of Pennsylvania and Ohio, the Midwest Regional Distribution and Fulfillment Center ships next-day to the heartland including Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Kansas, Missouri and Tennessee. The Southern Facility provides coverage from Kansas to Georgia and our Western Distribution Center has served the eleven western states since 1988.

“We feel obligated to provide our customers with as many business advantages as possible,” says Gary Michaels, CEO of World-Wide Operations. “Freight costs have always been a significant factor in buying decisions. Our goal is to minimize those costs and to pass along the savings to our dedicated clients. We support the exponential demand for high quality cartridges, especially our award-winning HP color lineup. Therefore, we have invested in larger inventories to ensure prompt and accurate deliveries. Our customers will benefit from the lower freight expense, while the reduction in transit time means they can decrease their inventories and free up costly warehouse shelf space.”

ILG, International Laser Group, announces all packaging products will be sourced from Certified Sustainable Forests

“For almost 20 years, ILG has manufactured high-quality environmentally conscious products.” says Gary Michaels CEO of world-wide operations.

“ILG was green before being green was cool, and every year; ILG has looked for more ways to help save the planet!”

“ILG has made a conscious decision to have our packaging sourced from Certified Sustainable Forests,” says Joe Shulman, Senior Vice President. "We are able to let our customers know this by the new SFI logo printed on every box of toner that goes out our door. Today we are all seeking ways to combine environmental stewardship with operational efficiencies and profitability. Only 10% of the world’s forests are certified. By committing to the SFI Certified Program we are supporting sound forestry and buy responsibly programs.”

“It’s our responsibility to minimize our impact on Mother Earth. Not only is it the right thing to do, but it is something we are passionate about. Our updated packaging will have these certifications and we will proudly display them on every box,” adds Michaels.

Founded in 1988, International Laser Group, ILG offers a comprehensive selection of high-quality compatible cartridges including toner, MICR toner, thermal transfer products and inkjets. ILG manufactures more than 350 SKUs and is one of the world’s top private-label, contract manufacturers and distributors of compatible imaging supplies. Their corporate headquarters is located in Woodland Hills, CA and they operate distribution facilities in California,Texas, Illinois, and Pennsylvania.

For more information on International Laser Group, contact the manufacturer directly at (800) 937-2880, Ext. 3277, or visit www.ilglaser.com




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