Kornit Digital (Nasdaq: KRNT), a worldwide market leader in digital textile printing technology, announced Westerbroek, Groningen-based Reclameland has invested nearly €20 million in a second production hall and state-of-the-art machines, including the Kornit Atlas system for industrial direct-to-garment (DTG) production on demand, in the past year to further accelerate growth. The fastest-growing online printer in the Netherlands, Reclameland achieved a turnover of almost €23 million in 2019 and a profit of more than €1 million.

EFI™ Reggiani together with its partner in Russia, Nissa Distribution™, have completed three new sales contracts for the supply and installation of industrial solutions for direct-to-fabric and sublimation industrial textile printing. The new sales bring EFI Reggiani’s productive and sustainable digital solutions to three leading Russian textile producers – D-TEX Digital Textile Printing, MIRtex and Sima-Land.

Media One is launching a line of pre-sewn blanks that can be dye-sublimated for a variety of applications. From bandanas in 3-sizes, rally towels with a serged or hemmed edge, beach towels in 4 rectangular sizes, plus one round 59” towel to Fleece blankets in 5.9oz & 8.5oz (200 gsm & 300 gsm) weights in 10 sizes and finishes. One additional offering is a 21”x30” standard microfiber pillowcase.

Already the owner of five EFI™ VUTEk® machines, Mexico City-based Laboratorio Mexicano de Imágenes (LMI) has expanded its printing capabilities with a sixth, becoming the first Latin American company to install an EFI VUTEk FabriVU® 340i printer from Electronics For Imaging, Inc. The 3.4-meter dispersed dye-sublimation inkjet printer puts LMI ahead of the competition with high production capacity, speed and print quality. LMI also benefits from the printer’s differentiating features, such as online fixation – an innovative technology that eliminates the need to use a separate process to create soft signage on textiles.

Kornit Digital (Nasdaq: KRNT), a worldwide market leader in digital textile printing technology, announced Oxford, United Kingdom-based Shirtworks is implementing a Kornit Digital direct-to-garment (DTG) production system for sustainable, on-demand fulfilment. In addition to implementing Kornit DTG technology, Shirtworks has also purchased the new Kornit Workflow software solution, a product resulting from Kornit’s recent acquisition of U.K.-based Custom Gateway.

With the power to create a customized, one-of-a-kind experience—digitally printed decor products are in demand from just about every market including residential, corporate, entertainment, retail, hospitality and more. For print service providers in the sign and graphic market, expanding into printing decor is a great opportunity to capture new revenue streams.

Sabur have just announced a new distribution agreement with Diferro Heat Presses & Calenders to continue to strengthen their presence in the UK Textile market sector. Diferro who were established in 1985 originally provided its customers with transfer presses, steam boilers and flat irons. Diferro now offers a wide range of heat presses from entry level solutions up to high volume calendar heat presses. With options for almost all sublimation printing companies including t-shirt presses, flatbed heat presses and calendar press solutions.

Kornit Digital (Nasdaq: KRNT), a company that develops, manufactures and markets industrial digital printing technologies for the textile industry, announced today the appointment of Guy Avidan as President of its newly formed business line focused on accelerating the digital transformation of the textile industry to on-demand sustainable production. The Company also announced the appointment of Alon Rozner as its next Chief Financial Officer, effective December 1, 2020.

The PRINTING United Alliance, in partnership with the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC), today announced that registration is now open for Digital Textile Printing 2020, being held virtually this year on December 9 and 10.

In a colourful new video, leading equestrian brand Racesafe has given a glimpse of its manufacturing facility following the addition of an HP Stitch S300 dye-sublimation printer earlier this year.

Epson have announced the first 8.5-inch wide desktop dye-sublimation printer – the SureColor® F170 – enabling creative individuals and small businesses to easily get started in the personalized promotional goods market. Designed to deliver fast, reliable dye-sublimation printing right out of the box, the new printer is ideal for home or small businesses and start-ups looking to expand their product offering into the gifting and promo goods sector. The new printer delivers an affordable and intuitive solution for creating personalized awards, mugs, mousepads, face masks, mobile phone covers, t-shirts, hats, and more.

On November 4th, Inèdit Software presented the new version of neoStampa Delta. They did it from a virtual event where the same creators of the software and several collaborators exposed the news of Rip Software, which aims to be a revolution in the digital printing sector.

Epson has announced it has won two PRINTING United Alliance 2020 Product of the Year Awards – the SureColor® F6370 won in the “Roll-to-Roll Dye-Sublimation on Metal” category and the SureColor F10070 won in the “Roll-to-Roll Dye-Sublimation on Textile ($50K-$100K)” category. Previously called the SGIA Product of the Year awards, this marks the sixth consecutive year the Epson SureColor F-Series dye-sublimation printer line has received the prestigious award. Epson’s full line of SureColor F-Series dye-sublimation printers will be displayed during Epson’s Insight Days showcase at PRINTING United Digital Experience on Nov. 9 and 12, 2020.

Keypoint Intelligence is pleased to announce that Mike Bertini has joined the company as Director, Textile and Direct to Garment/Direct to Fabric (DTG/DTF) Printing. In his role, Bertini will be the digital textile printing Subject Matter Expert (SME) responsible for conducting market research, market forecasting, custom consulting projects, strategy and planning engagements as well as creating editorial content and reports pertaining to digital textile printing.

The PRINTING United Digital Experience wraps up a successful three-week live global event with a focus on one of the most exciting markets in the industry -- Digital Textile Printing. Being held November 12, attendees can see the latest technology and solutions from Epson, HP, Kornit, TVF and more. Once the live event concludes, attendees around the world can continue to view the programming on-demand through January 31, 2021 when registered.

Kornit Digital (Nasdaq: KRNT), a worldwide market leader in digital textile printing technology, announced Vizela, Portugal-based Calvi has implemented the Kornit Avalanche HD6 system for efficient, retail-quality digital decoration on demand.

Fisher Textiles, a leading supplier of fabrics for digital printing, hosted its first-ever textile imaging symposium with industry partners Axiom America, DGI, Mutoh, REXframe and Practix Mfg. at its corporate headquarters on October 21-22, 2020.

Mimaki Europe, a leading manufacturer of inkjet printers and cutting systems, announces today that Pakistani textile company, Moti Fabrics (Pvt) Ltd., is leveraging multiple Mimaki Tiger industrial textile printing units to take its business to the next level. As a result of on the outstanding performance and process optimisation delivered by the Mimaki digital printing equipment, the company has been able to adapt to changes in the textile industry and is now projected to reinforce its market position and expand its capabilities in high-quality textile production.

The PRINTING United Alliance annual Product of the Year competition showcases products that keep the printing industry moving forward. We are thrilled to announce that we won 9 Product of the Year Awards in 2020, nearly sweeping the Textile category.

More focused, more sustainable and, above all, safe: PSI, PromoTex Expo and viscom will be very special shows in 2021. The most important thing, however, is that, as matters stand, they will indeed be taking place. After a year’s social distancing, the three trade shows will bring the promotional product, textile and finishing industries back together again under one roof from 12th – 14th January 2021. This will not only provide an opportunity to meet up again at long last, the shows also signal the start of a long-awaited new financial year.

aleph, a leading Italian manufacturer of direct-to-fabric and dye-sublimation inkjet printers, announces that the company is showcasing its flagship digital printing solutions for the textile printing industry at Innovate Textile & Apparel Virtual Trade Show (15-30th October 2020). During the virtual trade show – organised by World Textile Information Network (WTiN) – aleph invites the show’s attendees to visit its virtual booth and see demonstrations of its cutting-edge printing platforms in action, while also offering the opportunity to book 1:1 meetings with the company’s management and partners to discuss about the latest market and technology trends.

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