Toner printing not dead yet: Xerox invests $35M in a new EA toner plant
Inkjet has seemed to be taking over the printing market, but Xerox has invested $35M in a plant to increase its emulsion aggregation toner capacity by 40%, 75 years after the first xerographic print. According to the company this is necessary to be able to supply enough colour and black-and-white toner for the 295 billion pages Infotrends has forecasted will be printed in 2018.
Mary Fromm, vice president, toner development and manufacturing group and Ted Beer, toner development and manufacturing group capital project manager, review new toner production equipment at the new Xerox plant.
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