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QPS assists Nazdar’s free ink roll-out

QPS assists Nazdar’s free ink roll-out


Following this week’s announcement by Nazdar that it will offer free ink cartridges to the UK’s sign and print companies, Quality Print Services (QPS) has revealed that it will be involved with the campaign’s roll-out.

QPS, which is based in Burscough, Lancashire, will handle enquiries from customers who will receive premium-quality Nazdar inkjet inks free of charge.

Current users of Roland and Mimaki OEM wide-format inks are eligible for the offer, which is designed to showcase the financial benefits of switching to credible alternative inks, while also maintaining premium output quality and colour consistency.

Commenting on the campaign Chris Bailey, Director of QPS said: “Nazdar inks are developed specifically for use with the most popular wide-format inkjet printer units, without losing any degree of performance or quality, and we are confident that once OEM users have tried Nazdar inks for free, they’ll see that switching has no downsides in the printroom.  Further, they’ll also discover that there are major advantages when it comes to cost savings too.”

Print businesses that make a permanent swap to Nazdar alternative inks from QPS will also benefit from QPS’s complimentary cartridge recycling scheme for used Nazdar ink cartridges, its team of technical support engineers and a wide range of media, including the eco-friendly Ilford BioMedia and Phototex wallpaper.

QPS also supplies refurbished and new wide-format printers from brands including Roland, Mutoh, Epson and Seiko, finishing equipment and UV printers from Neolt and RIP software, thus making it a true all-round distributor to the wide-format industry.


For further information on the Nazdar free ink offer and to claim the free sample, visit

For further information on QPS, Tel: 01704 897575, e-mail: or visit

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