Month: November 2016

3 Ways to Reduce Your Print Needs

A paperless office has been a dream for many business owners for over a decade, but it’s becoming increasingly clear that completely abandoning paper is both unrealistic and counter-intuitive for many businesses. However, that doesn’t mean that your business cannot cut down on print requirements and streamline processes to reduce your waste. Reduce Your Number of Printers Many of our clients come to us with a number of printers – all from different manufacturers and set up differently, which makes it difficult to create a cohesive and useful print environment. One simple way to make your printing easier and create valuable print processes is to have fewer machines that do more. Printers are often shared by just 2-3 employees – read more...

Mode Print Solutions are a CarbonZero Company for the 2nd Year

We believe that every business needs to have a commitment to the environment and the wider world that we live in. That’s why we joined the CO2balance Kenyan Energy Stove Project and devoted resources to become a CarbonZero company from September last year. The CO2balance Kenyan Energy Stove Project supplies energy saving stoves to villagers throughout Kenya. Traditional Kenyan cooking is done on a three stone fire, which is incredibly inefficient and fills villagers’ homes with smoke which can cause or exacerbate a range of health issues. The brick stoves provided by the CO2balance Kenyan Energy Stove Project reduce firewood usage by 50% and lower carbon emissions through cooking. Other benefits are that it makes cooking more cost-effective, reduces deforestation, read more...

Will the Weak Pound Affect Your Printing Prices?

The long-term effects of the Brexit vote are yet to be seen, but the pound’s performance on markets has been weak, falling by as much as 6% in just 10 minutes. A weak pound has an impact on both personal and business pockets, and may have an impact on your print prices too. Printweek announced that printers and print buyers should be ‘braced for double-digit paper price rises’ if the pound does not recover against the euro. In the week of October 10th, the sterling was down 14% against the euro since the referendum vote several months ago. Since most paper used in the UK is imported – mostly from paper mills in mainland Europe – this will have an read more...