AN Aberdeen reprographics firm is spreading some festive cheer this Christmas season by giving used printers a new lease of life through a charitable incentive.
North East Reprographics (NER) based at Marywell, on the outskirts of Aberdeen, is offering charities in and around the Aberdeen area the chance to claim refurbished copying machines, free of charge.
Launched in 1995, NER, which supplies Xerox machines and services including printers and copiers throughout the UK and Europe, are looking to re-home ten low volume, black and white laser desktop machines. The machines have print and copy facilities and are capable for printing up to 43 A4 pages per minute.
Managed print service customer account executive for NER, Jennifer Sheran, said: “We have several clients who have recently upgraded their machines and thought it was a great opportunity to recycle machines and help out charities at this costly time of year.
“The machines are all in great condition with low volumes and we would be delighted for charities to get in touch with their interest.”
NER offers a wide range of business services and has a strong focus to provide a fully managed service for clients including machine supply and service, helpdesk and first line support, onsite machine support and can offer in-house reprographics facilities. The reprographics firm can also deliver document archiving and shredding and a office supplies ordering service.
NER has strong links with all business sectors in Scotland and the North-east, including numerous oil and gas organisations, with a reputation for service excellence, bolstered by an established help desk facility in Aberdeen.
To find out more about the charity machines from NER services or any other service offered by NER, contact Jennifer Sheran on 01224 784422/ Email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.nerepro.co.uk.
Issued by Frasermedia Ltd on behalf of North East Reprographics.
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