Starting of the month July – Come & meet us at Africa Print Expo @ Johannesburg 2014 from the 02nd-04th July. For the latest news and products from JADI, drop by our booth at A45, Hall 2, Gallagher Convention Centre. Get in touch with us at email@example.com. See you there !
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Monday, May 12, 2014
JADI is pleased to announce that it will be taking part in the upcoming Business Inform Expo 2014, which will be taking place from 20th – 22nd May 2014. The annual event which brings together all major players in the imaging industry will be held at the All Russian Exhibition Centre in Moscow, Russia. We look forward to welcoming you to our booth during the duration of the event. Please contact us now at if you wish to make an appointment to meet any of our sales representatives at the show.
GAO VVC, Estate 119, Mir Prospect, 129223
May 20th – 22nd, 2014
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Thursday, December 5, 2013
In continuous efforts towards eco-friendly solutions, Jadi Imaging Technologies Sdn. Bhd. (Jadi), was recently granted patent no. 5303800 on Environmentally-Friendly Natural Oil-based Toner Resin from the Japan Patent Office. This achievement comes two years following the US Patent № 7,968,647 B2 received that recognized the above technology of making green resin from bio-based sources which may include various vegetable oils such as palm oil.
With the high amounts of cartridges used worldwide and the growing demand for remanufactured or compatible cartridges, the demand for toner and pressure on green printing is increasing. Yet, the production of most conventional toners today is made with high dependence on petroleum-based components. Jadi’s propriety technology is not only eco-friendly, but is also a source of quality toner material. By incorporating plant oil derivatives to create a green toner, high volume printing can be pursued without compromise on quality or anyone’s individual responsibility towards the environment.
Jadi sets a high internal benchmark on quality, and the acceptance of this proprietary technology to Japan’s exacting standards is another validation of Jadi’s commitment towards the research and development of toners and resins, as well as of eco-friendly printing solutions.
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Monday, August 12, 2013
Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
On 29th March 2013, Jadi Imaging Group reached another milestone with the launch of a new production site at Lot 719, Jalan Kapar/KU6, Klang Industrial Area. Called Facility No.4, it covers 23,902 square meters and consists of 2 production lines that will extend the company’s products to include monochrome MPT (Melt Pulverized Toner) and Colour CPT (Chemically Produced Toner).
World’s first palm oil-based toner
The Kapar facility currently houses the only production line capable of manufacturing Palmotone® chemically-produced toner. Sales and interest has increased for the Palmotone toner, and it is a point of pride that the company’s worldwide orders for the bio-based CPT toner will come directly from the newly-minted Kapar factory. It is truly an achievement that is Made in Malaysia.
Green Toner Technology
Conventional toners are made of petroleum-derived resin. With the large amounts of printing worldwide, it is estimated that over 200,000 tons of toner are disposed annually from used cartridges’ waste toner and the deinking process of recycled paper. Palmotone introduces a green toner alternative for the environmentally-conscious consumer. Despite having an effective 10% bio-content, Palmotone delivers equivalent or better print performance than petroleum-based chemical toners. It achieves a better gloss level, comparable fixing and vivid colours – traits which high-performance end-users will surely value. In fact, the use of 1KG of Palmotone toner series generates 12-15% of sustainable CO2 through the natural process of photosynthesis, helping toner suppliers and end-users to reduce carbon footprints, decrease CO2 emissions, and do their part in making printing a greener activity.
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