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Giovanni Pizzamiglio, Paolo Crespi & Riccardo Robustelli
Giovanni Pizzamiglio, Paolo Crespi & Riccardo Robustelli
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Epson, For.Tex & F.lli Robustelli

‘The percentage share of printing in the global textile market is pretty small, and quality plays an important role.’


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Textile machinery

 

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The digital printing industry is evolving. The percentage share of printing in the global textile market is pretty small, and quality plays an important role. That is why Epson and its partners -- For.Tex and F.lli Robustelli --  were at ITMA together to present the evolution of the Monna Lisa project.

Commenting on the participation of Epson, For.Tex and F. lli Robustelli, Giovanni Pizzamiglio from Epson said, "We had high expectations from ITMA for our product, Monna Lisa. Italy, Turkey and India are part of our major markets. As of now, we have installed nine units of Monna Lisa in India, out of 300 units installed worldwide."

Furthermore, Paolo Crespi, commercial director of For.Tex claimed, "Post-sales service is our strength in digital printers, and we expect 30 per cent growth in this area in the coming year. Our major markets for this product include Korea, Japan, South America and Brazil. ITMA has been a great show for us."

Riccardo Robustelli from F. lli Robustelli added, "We have always enjoyed a high reliability factor. Our traditional analog machineries have been in the market since 1950, and Monna Lisa printers have been available since 2003."

Published on: 03/12/2015

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