July 25, 2014 9:48 AM ET

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Company Overview of Printronix, Inc.

Company Overview

Printronix, Inc. designs and manufactures printers, supplies, and spare parts. It offers cartridge line matrix printers, RFID printers, performance thermal bar code label printers, laser printers, scanners and verifiers, mobile workstations, and a printer management software. The company also provides on-demand form printing, certified software connectivity, bar code quality and compliance verification, and wireless print management services. Its products are used in industrial, back office, and supply chain printing applications. The company serves manufacturing, distribution, retail, banking, healthcare, government, and other enterprises in the United States and internationally. It offers ...

15345 Barranca Parkway

Irvine, CA 92618

United States

Founded in 1974

673 Employees

Phone:

714-368-2300

Fax:

714-368-2600

Key Executives for Printronix, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and President
Age: 63
Founder and Director
Age: 85
Chief Financial Officer
Age: 51
Chief Technical Officer and Vice President of Worldwide Engineering
Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Printronix, Inc. Key Developments

Printronix, Inc. Unveils P8000 Cartridge Printer Series

Printronix, Inc. has introduced P8000 Cartridge Printer series. With new flexible designs, adaptable functionality and manageable savings, the P8000 series proves again that line matrix is the most competitive technology for industrial environments. Line matrix is designed for users in manufacturing, distribution and logistics, government, and banking and who need to print invoices, shipment and transportation documentation, bank statements and product compliance labels. Users can expect maximum uptime, low total cost of ownership, a small footprint and reduced noise from the P8000 series. Line matrix cartridge printers offer significant benefits over laser printers, realized through energy savings, lower cost per page, reliability in industrial environments and media flexibility spanning multipart forms, oversize media, peel-off labels and card stock. Every aspect of the line matrix printer is designed to deliver higher reliability, faster throughput and greater resistance to rough handling and hazardous environmental conditions. In addition to energy savings and substantially lower consumables cost, line matrix printers also have a much longer life cycle then laser printers.

Printronix, Inc. Rolls Out the T2N Series

Printronix, Inc. rolled out the T2N series and created an opportunity for distribution, logistics, manufacturing, retail and healthcare companies to adopt thermal bar code printing technology at the lowest cost available. Priced below competitive models, the T2N series comes standard with Ethernet connectivity and design features that enable faster installation. The T2N provides the best value in the market, aggressively priced less than $1,000 for the 203 dpi model. Printronix Shatters Price Barrier with Industrial Grade T2N Thermal Bar Code Printer. Printronix created the T2N series to bring thermal bar code printing to budget-minded buyers who don't want to sacrifice quality. In this entry-level industrial printer segment where Printronix did not compete previously, the T2N registers as a "best value." Its outstanding performance and standard features usually are not found in this price range. Printronix designed the T2N to meet the needs of customers in a wide variety of industries and complements Printronix's successful line of midrange and high-performance bar code printers. Printronix's new T2N industrial barcode printers will begin shipping in March 2013 and are available for ordering now. The series includes direct thermal and transfer thermal printers with print speeds of up to 6 ips and offers PGL, ZGL and EGL emulations. Serial, USB and Ethernet connectivity comes standard, as does 32 MB SDRAM and 8 MB flash memory; a SDMC slot is available for memory expansion as well as to add the optional Andale or DBCS fonts. The T2N features 450M (1,476 feet) side-loading ribbon capacity.

Printronix Introduces another TallyGenicom Innovation that Expands Advantages of Line Matrix Printing over Laser Technology

Printronix, Inc. gave IT buyers worldwide yet another reason to select line matrix printing technology by introducing the TallyGenicom-branded TG6800 series. With new flexible designs, adaptable functionality and manageable savings, the TG6800 series proves again that line matrix is the most competitive technology for industrial environments. Line matrix is designed for users in manufacturing, distribution and logistics, government, banking and automotive who need to print invoices, shipment and transportation documentation, bank statements and product compliance labels. Users can expect maximum uptime, low total cost of ownership, a small footprint and reduced noise from the TG6800. Line matrix cartridge printers offer significant benefits over laser printers, realized through energy savings, cost per page, reliability in industrial environments and media flexibility spanning multipart forms, oversize media, peel-off labels and card stock. Every aspect of the line matrix printer is designed to deliver higher reliability, 24/7 productivity, faster throughput and greater resistance to rough handling and hazardous environmental conditions. In addition to energy savings and substantially lower consumables cost, line matrix printers also have a much longer life cycle then laser printers. In a world of expensive-to-maintain laser printers, line matrix cartridge printing offers technologically superior relief. With the new TG6800 series, Printronix pioneers advancements to make line matrix printing more competitive than ever with its TallyGenicom innovation: Flexible Design. New modular enclosures improve reliability and occupy a smaller footprint while delivering location and installation flexibility. Keeping pace with today's technology is easy with new USB 2.0 connectivity, a larger LCD screen and intuitive menu navigation system included as standard features. Adaptable Functionality. The TG6800 series features a broader selection of models, with the introduction of a Tabletop Printer and updates to Printronix's popular Open Pedestal printer. Companies that require multiple-part forms will welcome PowerPrint(TM), a new feature that delivers improved print quality with increased clarity and print darkness by increasing impact energy. Manageable Savings. From its backward-compatible cartridge ribbon that reduces inventory management costs as well as ordering and installation confusion, to its remote diagnostics, the TG6800 is a smart purchase. In addition, users save even more money through improved energy efficiency that lowers idle power consumption and boosts operating efficiency.

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