Our company

We provide printers and copiers as well as printing consumables to businesses across the UAE.

The Bin Tamim approach:

Photocopiers are indeed us! But you will find that our expertise and knowledge goes far beyond the photocopier being simply a "box". The photocopier is now an integral part of your IT infrastructure and your communication workflow. You need someone you can trust. Someone you can rely on. Someone who has been at the heart of the office solutions industry for a long time and who knows what will best fit your requirements. You need Bin Tamim.

Bin Tamim Office Equipment & Supplies L.L.C. located on Dubai Investment Park-1, Jebel Ali, has been in the business of leasing Photocopiers since 1986. We lease the full range of SHARP Multifunctional Copiers, Printers, Fax and Scanners to some of the most prestigious International Hotel Chains, Banks, Multinational companies, Government Departments in the U.A.E.

A full fledged service department comprising of a service coordinators, customer support executive and a team of qualified service engineers, trained by SHARP M.E., are there to ensure that all breakdown calls received from any end user is attended in less than four working hours.

Building on a track record of over 3 decades of reliability, we strive to remain ahead in our area of activity by offering our customers true value addition, both, in terms of product performance and service capability.

Bin Tamim's philosophy is "Customer is KING!" and any lapses or customers' complaints are viewed very seriously.

Why choose the photocopier leasing specialists ?

There are numerous issues to consider before determining what sort of finance, be it leasing, purchase, rental or another form of finance, is appropriate for your situation.

It is always a good idea to conduct a cost\benefit analysis. This will ensure that the revenue generated from the equipment will provide an adequate return on investment. Although, in the case of office copiers, the equipment itself may not actually generate revenue, unless you're a business that generates an income with the equipment, such as a printing business.

Most businesses lease or rent their copiers. The primary reason being that no initial capital outlay is required, so that cash reserves can be utilised for other purposes. Additionally, because copier technology changes quickly, finance methods such as rental provides an easy upgrade, as rental payments are fully tax deductible.

Installation for free, No hidden costs

Currently we are offering – Installation of brand new copiers at your office for free, Yeah! You heard that right. Why buy copiers when you can have them installed at your office and that too without spending your hard earned money?

Pay per use.


With your cost per copy fixed which is inclusive of all service, spares, toner, etc, your monthly rental payment will depend on the number of copies made during the month.

Free dedicated maintenance

Just give us a call for any issue regarding the copier. All repair costs are covered as part of the rental agreement. This eliminates the risk of potentially having a big repair bill. As the machine is serviced regularly, it will be running at all times, without affecting your business.

Why buy when you can lease

A major investment for any business entity is in the purchase of office equipment comprising of Photocopiers, Printer, Fax, and Scanner (MFP) followed by its maintenance. There are numerous issues to consider before determining what sort of finance, be it leasing, purchase, rental or another form of finance, is appropriate for your situation.

  • 1
    Up to-Date Technology
    As manufacturers introduce new models with added features, older models become obsolete fairly quickly. Updating office technology can be incredibly expensive. If you purchase a copier, it is unlikely that you will want to switch to a new version when a new model is available, which can be only a few months after your copier became available. You may wait until the copier is out-of-date and adversely impacting productivity before purchasing a new one. On the other hand, leasing a copier enables you to switch to a newer model as soon as one is available.
  • 2
    Financial Flexibility
    Leasing typically requires you to pay a small percentage of the total cost of the machine each month. If to buy a medium duty MFP costs Dhs.15,000/-, your payment to lease/rent would be a fraction of this cost each month. When you buy a copier, you have to come up with the full amount at the time of purchase, which restricts what you can do with that money-invest, hire, increase advertising, etc. Leasing frees up that money for you to do with as you think would be most beneficial to the company.
  • 3
    Operating Expense
    Rental/lease payments are treated as an operating expense and can be charged as an expense during the year.
  • 4
    Repair/Maintenance
    After the initial year warranty, repairing a MFP can be expensive. In addition, your machine will be down until the supplier’s quotation is approved. Typically, all repair costs are covered as part of the rental agreement. This eliminates the risk of potentially having a big repair bill. As the machine is serviced regularly, it will be running at all times, without affecting your business.
  • 5
    Control over Consumables
    After you own the Photocopier, you need to buy the toner cartridges which are expensive. No need to purchase and keep control over consumables like cartridges/toners, etc. as it is also part of the rental agreement.
  • 6
    Simple Cash Flow Management
    The Equipment rental payments are fixed throughout the period of lease. With your cost per copy fixed, which is inclusive of all service, spares, toner, etc., your monthly rental payment will depend on the number of copies made during the month.
  • 7
    To Buy or To Lease
    Deciding to lease versus to buy usually depends upon your particular situation. If you lease, you will probably pay more for use of a copier in the long run rather than if you buy. But the other advantages may offset that cost. Ultimately you need to do the math and see which works out best for you.