OCP GmbH Names Geiger Sales Manager, Hosts Ink Jet Training.
Hattingen, Germany OCP GmbH (Germany) continues to enlarge its market share,
to expand its already excellent acceptance in the industry worldwide - and to increase their
To obtain and extend its position as a "global player" in the ink jet industry, the
management of OCP GmbH has introduced new structures to create a more industry-responsive
organization. Michael Geiger has been named sales manager
All major recyclers of Spain, Portugal and Southern France had been invited by
OCP GmbH, Germany, to the beautiful island Mallorca for a wonderful weekend from February
11th-13th. Together with their wifes and also some children, 49 people of 20 recycling and
remanufacturing companies followed OCP´s invitation and enjoyed Mallorca and the "Almond
Blossom." The fascinating countryside with alternating impressions, the dreamy harbours, a
wonderful evening with a variety theatre show - this all was the programme around the technical
meeting on Saturday about inkjet technology and recycling practice.
While the women visited a pearl factory and a fashion show, their men discussed
problems of recycling 629A cartridges, differences of pigment and dye-based inks and learned a lot
about physical parameters of inkjet inks and their effects on ink quality. Most popular cleaning
and filling machinery was also available within a small exhibition, so that all participants
could check both, theory and practice.
The training event ended with a raffle of 1 "Just-A-Vac" emptying machine of
Fluidix which was sponsored by Graphicone, France. The only female participant from a
portugese company was the lucky winner of this helpful machine.
After the event the participants gratulated OCP for the well-organized, entertaining
and informative event which showed again that customer service" is not simply a word, but
the basic intention of OCP´s business activities.
For further information, contact OCP Gmbh at 49-232492070, fax 49-2324920733 or
visit the company website at ocp-online.de.
This article originally appeared in the April 2000 issue of Recharger.