Over the last two decades, all companies have followed a process of digitisation and revision of internal processes with the aim of creating sustainable and fully environmentally friendly workflows. At the same time, the technology embedded in the latest generation of multifunctional printers remains a faithful companion to all other technologies in terms of speed of growth.
Large posters, flyers or packaging are increasingly being branded and decorated with as many eco-friendly and green logos as possible, because every company cares about its image and strives for the sustainability award of the year.
At VeryFile SA we believe that being a responsible user means embracing the challenges of environmental protection and investing resources in the search for modern hardware that meets your needs while never forgetting the ecosystem in which we live.
We often receive e-mails drawing our attention with the classic slogans that go down the already beaten path of “I don’t know what I’m talking about”.think before printing”, however, it is very rare to take part in discussions in which the energy efficiency of a product is stressed, its small ecological footprint or the activities carried out to achieve it. The exceptions always involve the economics of the matter, phrases such as ‘we print little because we have very high copy costs’ or ‘I chose Tesla because petrol is always more expensive’ outweighing the antagonists ‘we print little because we are entirely online in modern data centres’ and ‘I chose Tesla because I want to do what I can to reduce my ecological footprint’.
What happens in most cases is that some tasks are easier to perform if sketched out on paper and, as a result, we are not willing to sacrifice our professional habits in favour of environmental protection.
However, there are products, such as Toshiba’s 5008LP series, that can print – and erase – up to ten times the same sheet. What does this mean? It means making real use of existing technology, leveraging it and achieving your goals without having to compromise.
This is just one of the possibilities in the printing universe that we want to bring to the market’s attention, for sustainable productivity (in every sense of the word).