Somerset, NJ – January 14, 2019 – Star Micronics, a leading manufacturer of mobile, point of sale (POS), and customer engagement technologies, is excited to announce its debut of coreless paper rolls that are budget-conscious, eco-friendly, and expected to improve both customer reputation and printer reliability.
The new Star coreless paper rolls will positively impact the environment, as traditional cores are petroleum-based, not biodegradable, and not always properly recycled. Implementing environmentally friendly paper rolls will give customers a greener footprint, helping them to create a more positive reputation. The new coreless rolls are also BPA-free and compliant with California Proposition 65.
Containing 290 feet of paper, Star’s new rolls feature 26% more paper than traditional, 230-foot rolls. The paper-per-roll increase will reduce roll-reload frequency, and the rolls aim to increase printer reliability by eliminating the risk of employees leaving an old core in the printer and having to force the printer cover closed over a new roll.
“We are delighted to introduce this new coreless paper,” said Christophe Naasz, Director of Business Development at Star Micronics. “We expect Star’s coreless rolls to not only benefit the environment, but also save our customers money in both the short and long run.”
Star’s new coreless rolls accommodate a range of Star printers but work best with the mC-Print3, which features Print Flat Technology to reduce the paper curl that is often associated with tightly wound coreless rolls. Other compatible Star printers include the TSP100III, TSP650II, FVP10, TSP700, and HSP7000.