Why Xerox products?


As a global company in the document processing business, Xerox offers the widest range of products in the industry. These are publishing systems, copiers, Xerox printersXerox scanners, fax machines and document management software. Xerox products are designed to help customers master the flow of information from paper to electronic form and back again. Xerox is a leader in digital imaging and distributed electronic publishing. Products Xerox started the copying revolution in the office in 1959 with the introduction of the 914 copier. Today, Xerox is preparing for the continued expansion of the global document processing market. Digital products currently account for more than a third of Xerox's revenue.

Short-run, on-demand printing enabled by digital technology has seen tremendous growth over the past five years. There are several reasons for this phenomenon:

Customer satisfaction -  customers get their documents when they want, where they want and in the quantity they want.

Shorter lead times - inventory costs are reduced because there is no longer a need to store and track print material.

Digital distribution - the costs of delays in distribution, including shipping, labor costs, and damaged or lost materials, are problems of the past.

Turnaround time – the ability to change documents quickly and easily at your fingertips.

Xerox invests in the latest techniques for computer-based training, diagnostics and expert troubleshooting, ensuring fast turnaround times and maximum uptime. Our escalation process includes over 200 Systems Software Engineers and provides a knowledgeable staff offering technical services and fee-based consulting.

                                                                     What is Xerox doing for the environment?

  • Xerox was the first in the United States to incorporate automatic energy-saving modes into the design of copiers, printers and other equipment. We introduced two-sided copying and two-sided laser printing for the first time in the US, cutting paper usage in half.
  • Xerox takes back and recycles materials used in our manufacturing processes, including the metal alloy photoreceptors used in our products (35 million pounds of metal annually) and many plastics.
  • Xerox uses containers and carts to transport permanent parts in its manufacturing operations, which we return to our suppliers for refilling and reuse.
  • Xerox uses corrugated cardboard with recycled content to ship consumables, and we are working to increase this use. We recover and remanufacture approximately 1 million finished parts worldwide each year, with a total value of approximately $200 million.
  • Xerox is eliminating the use of ozone-depleting chlorofluorocarbons in its packaging, service materials and manufacturing operations. 
  • Whenever possible, Xerox uses natural, biodegradable cleaners instead of chemical solvents.
  • Xerox sells duplicating and duplicating paper for recycled content in several regions around the world and plans to expand this program to other regions.
  • Xerox is marketing an electronic typewriter that uses patented technology that reduces the sound of the daisy-wheel printing mechanism to 52 decibels, about 15 decibels quieter than standard daisy-wheel typewriters and quieter than normal conversation.
  • Xerox has introduced van and car pool programs for employees in our major metropolitan locations. In the Los Angeles area, Xerox uses vans converted to run on cleaner-burning propane fuel.
  • Xerox improved the fuel mileage of our fleet (including trucks) from an average of 13 mpg to 20 mpg in the 1980s.
  • Xerox is a leading expert in full disclosure of health and safety information for the materials in our products.