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The Story of Moustache®

Moustache®, a brand of ShopperPlus, was created by Jack Zhan in 2003 when he was a McGill University computer science graduate student. He realized that the high cost of printing was a serious issue for students.

In an effort to address the problem, Zhan launched an e-commerce startup to sell high quality yet affordable compatible ink and toner cartridges, something the printing industry was sorely lacking. He was well equipped to do so, having been a programmer for (the world’s largest online retail platform) before studying at McGill.

Today, Moustache products save customers an average of 75% even though they often outperform the competition.

Moustache specializes in compatible cartridges (cartridges produced by a different manufacturer than your printer’s original cartridges) which work as well as brand name cartridges, but cost considerably less. Moustache is a product line of, Canada’s number one source for printer ink cartridges and laser printer toner cartridges. Our business helps consumers save up to 80% on their ink and toner cartridge purchases. Moustache was created to manufacture compatible ink and toner cartridges (which are available for purchase on the website) and high quality yet affordable office supplies (like pens, paper and post-it notes).

If you run a business and think saving money on ink and toner cartridges is not important, think again. Printer ink is more expensive than champagne, and offices guzzle it like water. The average employee uses approximately 10,000 sheets of paper a year, costing somewhere between 6 and 13 cents per page. At the low end of that range, the average employee’s printing costs a business $600 per year, and at the high end, $1,300. Despite their great price, Moustache cartridges are high quality. This means businesses that switch to Moustache cartridges would only pay roughly $150 to $325 per employee, per year, without sacrificing quality. Depending on the size of your business, using Moustache products could mean huge savings for your company. For example, if you run a large company with 500 employees, your printing costs could drop from $650,000 to just $162,500 per year. That’s enough money saved annually to hire 10 new mid-level employees!

You may be wondering why the line is named ‘Moustache’. Moustaches have historically been used to add an air of distinction to fictional characters. Agatha Christie gave fictional detective Hercule Poirot a moustache as a symbol of his dignity, intelligence, and punctuality. Jack Zhan dubbed the product line Moustache so that his customers would think of these qualities when they encountered his products. Moustache’s products live up to the name. They are compatible with over 5,000 models from brands like Brother, Canon, Epson, Hewlett Packard (HP), Samsung and Xerox; are certified by multiple industrial standards; and consistently outperform the competition.


Perhaps the best part about ordering Moustache ink and toner printer cartridges from is that you can count on free delivery from us if you order over $49 worth of our merchandise online. Customers located in Montreal can pick up their orders easily at more than 40 métro station dépanneurs across the city. The métro station pick-up service is free for all orders, and is very convenient for students and those without access to a vehicle. We hope to introduce a similar pick-up service in Toronto soon using In Post. This convenient service allows shoppers to purchase our products online and pick them up from secured lockers located across the GTA. Montreal and Vancouver clients can also pick up their orders straight from our local warehouses. Ordering from us is simple and convenient — customers can order online, via live chat, or by calling 1-866-979-7463.

Start saving money with Moustache, order today!

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