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U.S. All-in-One Printer Toner Cartridge Market


Forecast Data: 2002-2007
 
CAP Ventures estimates that the 2002 consumption of all-in-one cartridges was $7.2 billion at retail pricing, and this number is expected to grow to $10.1 billion in 2007. This represents a CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 7% over the forecast period.

Aftermarket penetration is expected to remain between 30% and 35% for the forecast period. Aftermarket share has been in slight decline for the last two years due to the rapid changeover of engines. Nevertheless, CAP Ventures expects that new engine introduction will slow and that the aftermarket will regain share over the next several years.

The figure above illustrates all-in-one OEM cartridge consumption between 2002 and 2007. We expect OEMs to experience strong growth over the next few years as their new cartridges will be relatively unaffected by the aftermarket. As the decade moves into the second half, however, growth among OEMs will slow as the aftermarket gains a footing in these new products.

The preceding is an excerpt from CAP Ventures’ document entitled U.S. All-in-One Printer Toner Cartridge Forecast: 2002-2007. The complete document is available immediately. To learn more about the forecast or to make a purchase, please contact Allison Jones at , ext. 208 or .


 

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