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Clover and MSE announce stategic merger

Remanufactured printer consumables companies Clover and Micro Solutions Enterprises (MSE) have announced a strategic merger, saying that  the move will greatly benefit both companies’ customers. The transaction is expected to close in late summer pending regulatory approval.

 Since its inception in 1996, Clover has evolved from a remanufacturer of ink and toner cartridges to one of the largest global providers of products and services including asset valuation, collections, reverse logistics, repair, remanufacturing, and resale for the imaging, wireless and telecommunications equipment markets.

Yoel Wazana, President and founder of MSE, had this to say about the MSE and Clover merger, “We have always approached this business with a spirit of innovation driven by engineering and a zeal to always strive for improvement. This new partnership will only enhance these core principles by providing more access to resources, engineering, technology, and world-class production facilities. Together with Clover, we will leverage the technology, R&D and QC global teams utilizing MSE’S intelligent re-engineering platform to bring better products and solutions to the marketplace.”

Avi Wazana, MSE’s CEO, echoed Yoel’s statement, saying “Clover's leadership position in the recovery, remanufacturing and remarketing of technology assets will enable MSE to expand into new markets and products much quicker than we could have on our own. By capitalizing on our complementary strengths and utilizing Clover’s core collection programs, global footprint, logistics, and distribution capabilities to enhance availability and product line diversification, we will deliver unparalleled quality, value and service to our collective customers. This partnership will provide us the opportunity to make the MSE brand stronger than ever.”


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