We buy surplus OCE
Our customers keep old machines running longer, making them competitive while saving the environment.
We value our partners in Mexico, India, Turkey, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Poland, Russia, and the 52 other countries Impro sells to every year.
By selling your old toner to Impro, you're accessing a global printing network 20 years in the making.
We pay top pricing for genuine Oce supplies. We have been buying Oce since they acquired Imagistics and still have a market for some of those older products. We can even take some of the early Pitney Bowes products from the late 90's.
Today, we are strong buyers of products such as Arizona, Colorado, ColorStream, LabelStream, ImageStream, ProStream, PlotWave, TDS, VarioStream. We won't be beat on opportunities to buy VarioPrint.
We are looking for customers who can take older genuine Oce supplies. We export all over the world from our two distribution facilities in USA, please get in touch and tell us what you're looking for so we can let you know the next time a deal for you comes along.
We buy P1 and P2 toner pearls for Oce wide format machines.
We are always on the lookout for B4, B5, B6, D4, D5 and other Oce wide format plotter supplies.
We buy EU as well as North American and Latin American Canon. On other regions we can take some models, please ask your buyer. If you can take Asia or Middle East Canon, please get in touch as we often get deals but don't have the sales outlets to bid them competitively.
We can pay as high as 70% of current distribution price for current products in nice packaging and are buying in volume today across North America and Europe.
How do we pay so much for obsolete toner?
We research the toner powder formulations to learn which supplies can be repurposed to fit another machine. This keeps the product out of the landfill, keeps old machines working longer so they don't have to be replaced, and saves our customer money. We sell items with damaged packaging to recyclers who sell it as remanufactured. We know how to change the chips to make a Samsung work in a Dell and vice-versa. Win-win-win.