Mannesmann Tally manufactured impact printers for several decades. The company is no longer in business.
In 1949 Philip Renshaw founded Renshaw Industries in Kent, Washington. Renshaw Industries manufactured punch tape readers and later became Tally Ltd. In 1970 Tally Ltd began building line matrix printers.
The History of Mannesmann Tally Printers
In 1979 Tally and Mannesmann Präzisiontechnik, a German supplier of dot matrix printers, merged to form Mannesmann Tally, a division of the Mannesmann Kienzle computer group.
In 1996 Tally reformed as part of a management buyout, backed by Legal & General Ventures. World headquarters was in Elchingen, Germany with subsidiaries and business partners in more than 130 countries.
Tally continued to manufacture serial dot matrix and professional inkjet printers in Elchingen, Germany. In Kent, Washington they built line printers and color printers. Next Tally merged with GENICOM and formed TallyGenicom in 2003.
Printronix acquired the TallyGenicom brand in 2009. The intellectual property and worldwide distribution rights for the TallyGenicom serial matrix, inkjet and thermal technologies were retained by TallyGenicom AG. Then DASCOM acquired the rights in June 2009.
Replacing Older Mannesmann Tally Printers
If you have a Mannesmann Tally printer, this website was specifically made to serve you. Tally line printers are built by Printronix now. Mannesman Tally dot matrix printers are built by Dascom now. All printer manufacturers dropped “Mannesmann” from the name. To talk to an expert about replacing your specific Mannesmann Tally printer call us at 1-866-430-6202.
Service and Support for Mannesmann Tally Printers
Searching for support for an old printer when the manufacturer no longer exists can be tough. But we’re impact printer experts. All of our staff have over 10 years experience with impact printers. Call us at 1-866-430-6202. We can help you out.