Can you reduce your paper mountain?

 A case study of how fleet rationalisation and the right software solutions can deliver real savings.

TNT Express, one of the world’s leading business-to-business express delivery service providers, has not only reduced their paper mountain significantly in recent years but saved thousands of dollars in costs by deploying the right technology and changing the way they do things. It was a brave step to move from individual devices on each desk, to shared devices for each work group, but one that has certainly paid off for TNT.

As Stephen Price, National Purchasing Manager, TNT Express notes

The Kyocera MPS solution has delivered us running cost savings of around thirty eight per cent.

A large proportion of these savings have been achieved through the secure release software – it has reduced wasted copies as people can delete the document before it prints and the need to reprint a document because they can’t find it has been eliminated. We’re using more advanced technology and we’re using it smarter.”

To view the full case study click here.
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Kyocera Cleans up Australia 2012

In our prior post we shared some of the history of Kyocera and  our relationship with Clean Up Australia, so following another successful Business Clean Up on Tuesday February 28th we wanted to show you some of our favourite moments from the day.

The start of the day saw the 2012 Kyocera Clean Up Team meet Ian Kiernan, the founder of Clean Up Australia, at Christie Park in North Ryde to begin our clean up activities.

The clean up site is made up of flat park land, thick bush and a creek that runs through the Lane Cove valley. The team split into pairs, chose an area and began collecting and separating the rubbish into general waste and things that could be recycled.
 

We found all sorts of things in amongst the bush – some of the team discovered enough red carpet for The Oscars. Other items included a car hub cap, concrete blocks, plastic bags and milk crates.  The most common items were plastic drinks bottles, food wrappers and drinks cans, some of which looked like they had been around for many years.

Business Clean Up Day 2012 saw over 300 businesses take part. Events varied from e-waste collections, office clean outs and local park clean ups, to a dive clean up, which saw clean up teams pulling all sorts of rubbish from the water. To find out more about taking part in Business Clean Up days go to www.cleanupaustraliaday.org.au, and don’t forget that Clean Up Australia Day is March 4th 2012, where everyone can be involved!!

Further information about Kyocera and the environment can be found here.

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