Canon Europe has just launched the series imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5500 EN, which brings together various remanufactured devices that help increase office efficiency. These equipment reduce the carbon footprint by optimizing the use of natural resources in manufacturing and transportation. The imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5500 ES series enhances productivity through workflows from smart documents and an intuitive user interface, provides greater security and also helps reduce the total cost of printing in companies. After the remanufacturing process that is carried out in Canon’s factory in Giessen (Germany), this product returns to the market, with full guarantee and quality.
In addition, the company has continued to work to bring a new generation of remanufactured multifunction printers to the printing market. The imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5500 series EN combines award-winning technologies and renewable materials to maximize the longevity of devices and drastically reduce their environmental impact.
This range, which meets the highest standards of quality and results throughout the process, has been designed to reduce the consumption of resources without affecting the productivity, efficiency and security of companies. The devices have been developed to integrate seamlessly into hybrid work environments with support for cloud connectivity, centralized print management and remote diagnostics. This new series is the perfect solution for companies that respect the environment that they seek to balance social responsibility with excellent performance.
The range of imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5500 ES devices offers the same guarantee and quality as state-of-the-art equipment, since they are subjected to the same safety and quality procedures as the latest generation Canon devices.
Spain, leader in the use of remanufactured equipment
The multinational continues betting firmly on the remanufacturing thanks to the benefits, in terms of sustainability and contribution to the SDGs, that this mode of production generates. Canon, in addition to this new series, markets the EQ80 equipment globally, with Spain being the country in which the most devices have been sold in the entire EMEA region. In total, since its launch, the company has supplied more than 14,500 devices.
“Sustainability in the world of printing involves reviewing the entire value chain and identifying opportunities for improvement. At Canon, we promote the circular economy because this is the only way we create value and bring innovation to the office with which to meet the sustainability needs of our customers”, has assured Mª Jesús Arroyo, Product Manager of Canon Spain.