French retailer commits to using RIS InkCenter cartridge refill kiosks

E.Leclerc, a France based retailer, has agreed to purchase RIS InkCenter inkjet cartridge refill kiosks, marking its commitment to continue to offer customers refills of ink cartridges, according to a press release. E.Leclerc customers can drop off their empty cartridges to be refilled by an E.Leclerc sales associate using the patented RIS InkCenter kiosk. 

The kiosk currently is deployed at more than 670 retail locations across the U.S., Canada, Europe and Mexico. Stores employing the solution include Costco Wholesale, Sam's Club, E.Leclerc, Auchan, Cora, Intermarché, Fry's Electronics, Saturn and a number of university bookstores.

RIS was founded in 2004 by former HP engineers to create a better printing solution for customers at a lower price. The company is based in Carlsbad, California.  
 


Topics: Full Service / Turnkey Provider, Manufacturers, Retail


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