by Apparel Resources News-Desk
06-December-2018 | 2 mins read
ColorJet India Ltd, digital textile printing technology provider has announced that it will be launching and showcasing live demonstrations of its best selling direct to fabric printer, VASTRAJET at the DTG-Dhaka event that will take place from January 9-12 2019, at ICCB in Bangladesh.
ColorJet has firmly established itself as India’s biggest digital manufacturer in both textiles as well as sign and signage applications. It is now all set to repeat the success story in Bangladesh and various countries of Asia, Africa and Europe.
Since the consumers of Bangladesh share a common passion for colorful textiles with the consumers of India, ColorJet brings to the table its experience and expertise including a deep understanding of fashion sense in the sub-continent.
The VASTRAJET printer is a workhorse with the Konica-Minolta print heads and for the production rate it delivers, it has the lowest carbon footprint. The printer is available in a hybrid version or two ink systems. The technology provider offers VASTRAJET in the open system with both ink systems and also with direct disperse.
ColorJet has tied up with the Universal Textile Machinery & Spares Ltd, a company in Bangladesh, in order to meet the need for making spares and consumables available to customers in Bangladesh.
To investors in digital printing, what is more important than the technical support is the extensive and holistic approach to selling a digital inkjet printing solution than a digital inkjet printing machine.
“Before the end of 2019, ColorJet hopes to install atleast five printers in Bangladesh, two of which are already in advanced stages of negotiations.” – Jitender Pal Singh, Textile Head, ColorJet India.
ColorJet India Ltd, the largest manufacturer of digital inkjet printers in India, markets its products in 14 countries worldwide. ColorJet has installed and implemented over 4,000 of its printing solutions and products across 315 cities around the world backed by a strong 278 member team, of which almost 100 are in technical related functions.