PRPS adds new range of Pelikan branded Inkjet cartridges

PRPS has launched a new line of multi-pack replacement inkjet cartridges to its catalogue under the Pelikan Brand, which will help tackle the increase in demand for inkjet cartridges since this pandemic started, due to the expansion of more people working from Home. 

The new range is available in a new slimline pack to fit through the letterbox of those working from home. This new multi-pack range includes replacement Pelikan cartridges for the HP 304XL and the Epson 29XL. There are a total of 40 multi-packs featured and are available to order and ship now. 

Pelikan inkjet cartridges offer you an alternative to OEM cartridges. Pelikan ink is wipe-resistant for smudge-free and streak-free printing, giving you professional-looking documents.

With these Pelikan branded inkjet cartridges you can earn points each time you purchase, along with all Pelikan branded products, those loyalty points can then be claimed and used to purchase a wide variety of gifts and benefits from the Pelikan brand Rewards Club online catalogue. 

The Pelikan brand offers a new and different approach where dealers can increase their average selling prices, make more cash profit and get rewarded with all kinds of bonuses, rebates and of course, Reward Points as they grow. 

For further information about the new range of replacement Pelikan inkjet cartridges for Brother LC1100, Brother LC1000, Brother LC970. Epson T0556, Epson T0615, Epson T0445, Epson 24XL, Epson 29XL. HP 301XL, HP 302XL, HP 304XL contact: Reinder Dijkstra @ rdijkstra@prp-eu.com

To find out more or to register free of charge and claim your 200 bonus reward points visit www.pelikan-rewards.com.

Company Details

PELIKAN HARDCOPY PRODUCTION AG

Haldenstrasse 30
Wetzikon
SWITZERLAND

0041 44 9861500

www.pelikan.com + www.phpag.com + www.prime-printing.com

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