Middlesex, United Kingdom, (2 December, 2011) – Euroland Computers Ltd, an established independent IT distributor and printer repair in London service provider, comments on recent changes taking place in the printer industry.

As companies try to cut down on the costs of printing and sending mail by post by issuing invoices, statements, quotations, reminders, notifications, details of offers, marketing paraphernalia and other essential documents electronically, the printer repair industry has undergone a rapid change.

Euroland Computers Ltd believes private businesses are more frequently adopting cheaper electronic methods of sending documents, such as via email, but the vast majority of organisations are actually continuing to print documents both out of preference and necessity.

A spokesperson for Euroland Computers Ltd commented: “Organisations such as accountancies, publication houses, insurance companies, government offices and educational environments are still producing a large amount of their essential documents and issuing them through the post. Organisations such as these are required, due to the nature of their sector and the fact that they work with one-of-a-kind identification and reference documents, to continue using printing and postage to issue documents to business partners, the general public and clients alike.”

For more information on Euroland Computers and their IT support services, visit their website at http://www.euroland-computers.co.uk/ or telephone 0203 209 6002.

About Euroland Computers Ltd:

Euroland Computers Ltd is a leading independent provider of IT distribution and IT support in London for new, refurbished, obsolete or discontinued computer software and hardware, and can provide a range of parts, repairs and maintenance checks on over 20,000 IT products for more than 80 leading manufacturers.


Ketan Joshi
Euroland Computers Ltd
Devonshire House
Honeypot Lane
Stanmore, Middlesex
Zip: HA7 1JS
Tel: 0203 209 6002

Email: ketanj@euroland-computers.co.uk