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									                                            Company History

   1996 Business partnership formed
   1999 Launched international distribution of inkjet cartridges
   2000 Established in-house inkjet testing laboratory
   2001 Began inkjet production
   2001 Corporate formation of Speed Infotech (HK) Ltd
   2002 Signed international distribution agreement with Microjet
   2003 Established European sales office
   2005 Manufacturing facility obtains ISO Accreditation
   2005 New factory completed
   2005 Laser toner production began
   2006 Launched remanufactured Epson inkjet production
                                           Facts and Figures

 200 Employees
 75% Manufacturing personnel
 25% Administrative & Management
 Manufacturing facility 4000sqm
 Warehousing facility 1000sqm
 Administration offices 500sqm
 Eight production lines
 Semi-continuous shift patterns
 40 Fully automated production stations
 Testing centre with over 400 inkjet printers


           MONTHLY OUTPUT
              1,000,000
             CARTRIDGES
               Production Models


 Hewlett Packard
 Epson
 Lexmark
 Canon
 Samsung
 Brother
              Guide to Remanufacturing – Stage I


Stage One - Purchasing Raw Materials


 Empty cartridges are sourced from Speed Infotech certified
suppliers
 Ink products are sourced exclusively from
 Ink quality and safety documented Material Safety Data Sheets
(MSDS)
 Pure Water produced and PH value and electrical conductivity
assessed
 Ancillary materials are procured from certified suppliers
             Guide to Remanufacturing – Stage II


Stage Two – Cleaning & Drying
 Removal of ink residue and de-
clogging cartridge nozzle heads
 Primary cleaning - the inside of the
cartridge is cleaned at carefully
controlled temperature using a
cleaning agent
 Secondary cleaning in a
temperature controlled environment
using pure water
 Drying process – cartridges are
completely dried using fully
automated process
    Guide to Remanufacturing – Stage III/IV


Stage Three – Ink Filling
 Automated vacuum filling ensures correct ink volumes and
provides reliable and measurable performance.
 After filling each cartridge is subjected to a vacuum test
(<0.05mpa)


Stage Four – Quality Control
 Primary inspection - We conduct a full-page test on each and
every cartridge produced at our factory. The results are
evaluated and the cartridges are assigned accordingly.
 Secondary inspection – This is performed within 12-24 hour
period post production and primary inspection.
        Guide to Remanufacturing – Stage V/VI



Stage Five – Sealing and Coding
 All cartridges are tape sealed and
protected by clips where appropriate and
each cartridge is stamped with a production
code stating both date and batch number


Stage Six – Packing and Distribution
 Cartridges are labelled, sealed in a poly-
bag and packed in boxes with private label,
neutral, or SPEED branding as required
                                   Quality Management

Raw material control


   Conducted by QC dept
   All procedures and standards are designed to produce
    100% compliance with our client specifications
   Materials which do not meet our standard are rejected
   All suppliers are assessed and regularly reviewed
                                   Quality Management

Quality control

Everyday we conduct random quality checks on 10-15% of all products
                                    Quality Management

Maintaining Quality


   We retain 30 samples when
    using new materials or
    adopting new production
    techniques for ongoing
    evaluation
   We conduct monthly checks
    on archived samples
   We routinely evaluate our
    products with OEM cartridges,
    and other remanufactured
    product.
   All defectives returned by
    customers are investigated
                      Quality Management



Daily testing sheet
                                    Quality Management
What we test
                                     15. Adhesion
1. Print head sealing
                                     16. White line
2. Leaking
                                     17. Banding
3. Air ship-ability
                                     18. Line raggedness
4. Odour
                                     19. Inter color bleed
5. Serial number
                                     20. Mottle
6. Cartridge appearance.
                                     21. Curl
7. Packaging
                                     22. Drying time
8. Label
                                     23. Substrate penetration
9. Ink volumes
                                     24. Black print water resistance
10. Page life
                                     25. Highlighter resistance
11. Density
                                     26. Simple light fastness
12. Individual simple color match
                                     27. Accelerated light-fastness
13. Color match
                                     28. Shelf life
14. Photograph Reproduction
                           Quality Management

Testing methods (German Din Standard 33871)




Verification by independent testing laboratories
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