Manufacturer Price Increases



The following price increases have been advised directly from each manufacturer and will take effect from the date listed.

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The following manufacturers have advised us of price increases from 1st January 2017

Acco (GBC, Kensington, Nobo & Rexel) – A rise of 7.5% on all products

Aurora – An average rise of 5% on all Shredders and an average of 3% on Calculators

Avery – A rise of 7.5% on Trimmers and Guillotines

Cobra – A rise of 12.5% on 2 Way Radios

Casio – An increase of 10% on FX-83 and 14% on the FX-85

Dymo – A rise of 6% on Industrial products & 8% on Office products

Esselte (Leitz & Rapid) – An increase of between 6-16% on all products

Fellowes – A rise of 8.5% on all products

Franklin – An average increase of 11% on all products

Grundig – A rise of up to 9% on analogue products

Motorola – An increase of up to 20% on 2 Way Radios

OKI – An increase of up to 8% on hardware products

Philips Analogue Dictation – A rise of 9% on all Analogue products

Philips Digital Dictation – A rise of 9.5% on all digital products with the exception of the DVT and SpeechAir range

Swordfish – A rise of up to 7% on all products


Jabra & Polycom

From 11th October 2016 pricing for Jabra & Polycom products will rise by 11%.




Brother UK has advised us, from Monday 3rd October, there will be a price increase of between 5 – 8% on selected printer consumable supplies.

This will include:

  • Inkjet Cartridges approximately 5-8%
  • Mono Laser Cartridges approximately 8%
  • Colour Laser Cartridges approximately 5-8%

This is a Euro based price increase, and will be reflected in Brother UK Ltd’s sterling distributor price rate from the above date.  The actual sterling price variation will of course be dependent on the prevalent GBP/Euro exchange rate.


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