TTS (Texo Trade Services), the specialist in transfer print media and large-format printable textiles, has started on the construction of its new company premises. A doubling of the number of employees, a strongly-growing international client base, a quadrupling of turnover in the space of ten years and the desire to lead in service provision and innovation comprise the reason for the move. The modern, completely energy-neutral building of 6,000 m2 in size will be erected in the Gouwe Park industrial estate in Moordrecht, right in the bustling heart of the Randstad, and strategically situated at the Dutch A20/A12 intersection. After ten successful years at the Coenecoop business park in Waddinxveen, the expectation is that TTS will move in March 2019.
Mouvent enters into strategic partnerships with key distributors for its digital textile printing solutions30 May 2018
Mouvent – the Swiss start-up company focused exclusively on delivering the future of digital printing using pioneering digital technology – has today announced strategic partnerships with the principal distributors of textile printing solutions in Italy, Turkey, India and China.
Presentation proposals are being accepted for the 2018 Digital Textile Printing Conference (December 5–6, Durham, North Carolina). The conference, co-sponsored by the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) and the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC), highlights innovations in the digital textile printing industry, giving attendees insight into where the market is now, and where it is headed.
Mimaki has announced it is demonstrating the Rimslow Series; a complete, end-to-end digital textile and apparel printing ecosystem at FESPA 2018, scheduled for 15 to 18 May in Berlin. Mimaki is located on Stand 1.2-D20/D30 at the show. The ability to acquire a complete system from a single supplier makes it easier for businesses to enter the digital textile and apparel printing market, and for existing textile and apparel businesses to add digital printing to the mix to complement conventional textile printing processes.
Kornit Digital, (NASDAQ: KRNT), a global market leader in digital textile printing innovation, has announced the introduction of the new Storm HD6 direct-to-garment printing system. The system will be unveiled at the Kornit stand A20 in 1.1 at FESPA Berlin with commercial availability expected for Q4 2018.