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Bordeaux showing new customised ink solutions at Inprint
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Oct '15
Bordeaux will showcase new developments for the industrial digital printing market at Inprint Munich which begins November 10-12, 2015 at stand no. C-34.

“Bordeaux, an inkjet ink manufacturer offers solution for the industrial printing market, special application inks and tailor made solutions for printer manufacturers and integrators,” it stated in a press release.

“We aim to fulfill the industrial digital printing market's needs by continuously developing new inks that offer solutions, manufacturers are looking for,” Guy Evron, marketing director at Bordeaux Digital said.

“I am certain that visitors at our stand in Inprint will be able to see how working with Bordeaux as a leading ink manufacturer could be the tipping point that will leverage their businesses,” he added.

“Industrial digital printing is a unique and growing market that is characterised by its need for customised printing solutions,” it stated.

“As a leader in developing new solutions for the wide format printing industries, Bordeaux offers the ability to produce custom made ink solutions for any industrial printing application,” the company observed.

The company produces products for all latest printhead technologies including Epson, Xaar, Konica Minolta, Toshiba and many more.

Bordeaux's product range includes Eco, mild Solvent, UV & UV LED, dye sublimation for transfer and direct printing and additional textile inks including Latex.

It also offers a comprehensive range of liquid laminates and UV coatings for wide format graphics, vehicle wrappings and document finishing. (AR)

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