The Recycler: Lomond brings Memjet to Russia

Memjet has announced a partnership with OEM Lomond to bring Memjet-powered printers to the Russian market.

Memjet CEO Len Lauer calls it the “first truly significant printing industry development in 25 years”. The EvoJet Office printer was revealed at Lomond’s booth at the recent Consumer Electronics & Photo Expo in Russia.

As with other announced Memjet printers, the Evojet will use a single large printhead to deliver high-speed colour printing – Memjet predicts as much as 1600x800 dpi resolution at 60 pages per minute.

The latest announcement follows on from similar deals with China’s tech giant Lenovo, WeP in India, Kpowerscience in Taiwan and Medion in Germany.

While being based in the UK, Lomond is an international company with a big focus on the Russian market.

CEO Alexander Bulaev commented: “Lomond’s mission is to bring consumers cutting-edge technology supplied at reasonable prices. Memjet’s breakthrough technology coupled with its unbeatable value allows us to offer the world’s fastest desktop color printer to Lomond customers for office use across Russia and more than 10 additional countries in the Eastern European market.”

Len Lauer, president and CEO of Memjet added: “By partnering with Lomond, we can bring to another large market the first truly significant printing industry development in 25 years.

“First there was inkjet. Then there was laser. Now there’s Memjet. We view this partnership as a great opportunity to deliver fast, affordable colour printing technology to customers in Russia and neighbouring countries.”