by Apparel Resources News-Desk
08-August-2019 | 2 mins read
ColourJet, India’s largest manufacturer of digital textile printing, will be launching the all new Vastrajet-8164, a 16 head direct-to-fabric digital textile printer, which will be showcased during the upcoming Gartex Texprocess India event in Hall 11, Booth-C-33, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.
The company will be giving live demonstration of the machine explaining the visitors the outstanding performance, increased productivity and superior printing accuracy it delivers.
The versatile, advanced, high-speed machines require the minimal maintenance. The machine also features the company innovative AiS (Adaptive Ink System) that allows customers the flexibility to use ink of their own choice to fulfill multiple purpose without compromising on quality.
Also on display will be the commercial winner Vastrajet-8164 that comes encapsulated with the latest technological innovation from the company AiS and Automatic Intelligent Voltage Controller (AIVC). The AIVC helps in delivering consistent print quality under various environmental conditions.
“ColourJet has taken huge efforts to imprint a mark in the hearts of customers not only by providing excelling innovative products but also by backing them up with excellent after sales support,” said Jitender Pal Singh, (VP-Textile), ColourJet India Limited.
As per the latest IDC report with more than 34 per cent market share in India, ColourJet gears up to command a strong position in the textile industry globally and maintains its No. 1 position in India as per the latest IDC 2019 Q1 Super Wide Format report, while assiduously pursuing excellence in digital printing industry since 2004.
ColourJet India Ltd. markets its products in 25 countries worldwide. Over 4,000 ColourJet printers are in operation around the world, across India, Middle East, Australia and Europe and the company keeps its presence strong, by exhibiting at various international platforms like ITMA Asia, Shanghaitex, DTG-Bangladesh, ITMA-Barcelona, etc.
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