A-1 Copier Sales Service & Supplies


A-1 Copier Sales Service & Supplies
A-1 Copier Sales Service & Supplies is listed in the Copiers & Copier Supplies category in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Displayed below are the social networks for A-1 Copier Sales Service & Supplies which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of A-1 Copier Sales Service & Supplies on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 70.

Contact information for A-1 Copier Sales Service & Supplies is:
76 East St
Pawtucket, RI 02860
(401) 728-6670
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Digital technology has brought great advances to multifunction business machines, making them standard in many offices. We recommend them for cataloging print jobs, tracking paper use, and storing electronic files, all functions that can help your bottom line.

One the main duplicating methods used to be carbon paper. While it's still used sometimes, photocopiers have mostly replaced this method, but the phrase lives on to this day in emails. The "CC" means "carbon copy," and "BCC" means "blind carbon copy."

What separates us from our competitors is our level of customer service. We work hard to make sure that you have exactly what you need and then we provide superior customer service to ensure your complete satisfaction.

In 1937, 20 of the biggest companies in the world didn’t think Chester Carlson had a viable product when he asked them to market his new photocopier. After some improvements, Carlson had the last laugh. His contract with the Haloid Corporation – which would become Xerox – was for 1/16 of a cent for copy made on a Xerox machine through 1965. His fortune from copies was estimated at more than $200 million.

Xerography, the technology behind photocopiers, changed the world of animation, making it possible to print the animator's outlines directly to animation cells instead of copying them by hand. This was first used in the 1961 Disney movie "One Hundred and One Dalmatians."