Textil del Valle South America, a vertically integrated garment manufacturing unit based in Peru, announced the implementation of Kornit digital direct-to-garment printing solution to its production capabilities.
And it’s getting implemented at its 1.1m square-foot facility in Lima.
This installation will help the company with on-demand printing capabilities helping serve customisation to its customers.
“Kornit’s sustainable print technology provides the last piece of the puzzle, so we have the ‘full package’ for manufacturing the garment itself, imprinting it on demand based on the customer need, and shipping it ourselves, all from a single location,” explained Juan Jose Cordova, General Manager, Textil del Valle.
Adding further he commented “Our market has been veering away from stocking shelves with inventory that may or may not sell, and the Kornit solution helps our business and customers eliminate that uncertainty and risk.”
Textil del Valle is a supplier for knitted fabric garments like polo-shirts, T-shirts, tank tops, knitted dresses, jackets and pants to global leading retailers of sports and athleisurewear in countries like North America, Europe and the Americas.
The company was the first Peruvian textile company to be certified under ISO 14001, promising customers of solid environmental behaviour that fully controls the impact of its activities, products and services on the environment.
“Textil del Valle supports brands like Lululemon with an efficient business model that affords them terrific control and efficiency in fulfilment,” adds Omer Kulka, Kornit’s Vice President of Marketing and Product Strategy. Kornit printers are designed to help manufacturers meet increased demand for short run production with frequent inventory cycle as well as demand for personalised garments and shorter delivery times.