US-based ink and toner retailer and franchisor Cartridge World has opened a shop in Kenya adding to four in East Africa after opening one in Tanzania in 2015. The store, which will be based at Heights Building in Westlands, Nairobi will offer customers a cost-saving alternative to printing, and over full-priced Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) cartridges.
“Cartridge World is looking to expand its footprint and global brand awareness to many emerging regions such as Africa and today we are proudly launching our operations in Kenya and soon in Uganda. We are your only brand that will provide printing solutions across East Africa under same brand and quality,” said Harry Stoubous, Global Chief Development Officer.
Rajesh Pandya, Regional Managing Director said the store will stock also world class quality printers from other manufactures.
“We will sell our products at our store in Westlands and from our sales agents only and not dealership selling to avoid exposing our customers to counterfeits that are many in the market,” said Pandya, who said they will later open more stores in the city centre and big towns. Shops will also offer expert advice for all your printing needs.