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Husband and wife team Colin and Eileen Harms mark 10 years at Cartridge World Strood and expanding to Canterbury, Maidstone and Sittingbourne

19 March 2014
by Chris Price

A husband and wife team are celebrating 10 years in the printing business, which has seen them grow from one shop to four.

Colin and Eileen Harms set up Cartridge World Strood in 2004 and have recycled about 70,000 inkjet and laser printer cartridges since then.

Initially just a husband and wife team, they have added franchises in Canterbury, Maidstone and Sittingbourne and now employ 16 full-time staff.

Husband and wife team Colin and Eileen Harms are celebrating 10 years in business at Cartridge World Strood

Husband and wife team Colin and Eileen Harms are celebrating 10 years in business at Cartridge World Strood

Mr Harms said: “We’ve a good customer mix, both business-to-business and consumer.

“But mainly it’s down to good customer service. We do much more than simply refill cartridges.

“We offer a good value trusted alternative to the original, along with down to earth advice and expertise on everything to do with printers and printing.

“And, of course, our staff are always happy to have a chat. That’s something you can’t do online. “

Cartridge World was set up in Australia in 1992 and has more than 1,500 franchises in over 50 countries around the world, with 140 UK branches.

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