About Us

About Cartridge King of Kansas

Cartridge King offers quality remanufactured laser and inkjet cartridges at competitive prices for home and business.  Cartridge King of Kansas was formed in 1994 as a not for profit subsidiary of Multi Community Diversified Services, which supports people with disabilities.  We strive to teach work skills in a supportive environment to enable Kansans with disabilities to be more independent, earn income, grow to be self confident and develop a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment.  With over 16 years of service to the state of Kansas, Cartridge King has become a leader in providing new OEM and excellent, cost effective remanufactured cartridges.

  

What is Gold Crown?

   We have bridged the gap between our remanufactured and OEM product lines by offering our own line of OEM compatible cartridges that incorporates all new components.  This new Gold Crown toner meets OEM performances standards at an average 30% savings, and creates more jobs for Kansans with disabilities.  This is a direct alternative to new OEM products and performs just as well, GUARANTEED!

 

  Our Recycling Difference

Green Cell Foam environmentally-friendly packaging foam, manufactured from non-GMO (Genetically Modified Organism) cornstarch and grown in the Midwest region of the United States.  It is recyclable, compostable, biodegradable, and a “green” alternative to more traditional packaging foams such as Polyurethane and Polyethylene foam and Styrofoam.  All of our Cartridge King toner cartridges are packaged in Green Cell Foam.

  


   
Cartridge King is one of the few STMC certified companies in the U.S.A.

Standard Test Methods Committee is the highest form of quality certification in the industry.  This global committee formed to find and promote standardized test methods for the printer cartridge industry.  The test methods are used to evaluate toner printer cartridge performance.  Standardized test methods make it possible to evaluate a cartridge anywhere and come up with the same test results no matter who tests it.  Standardized tests do not specify how a cartridge must perform; they only measure it.  A company that is STMC certified is one that has had their employees successfully trained by an authorized trainer in these test methods, attests to using these test methods and has made an investment in the proper test equipment.  The authorized trainers have taken a training session by the Rochester Institute of Technology.