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FESPA 2016 to be biggest digital textile event
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Feb '16
With a host of new exhibitors and exciting product launches on the cards, FESPA 2016's organisers said, it's set to be the biggest digital textile event to date.

“Visitors with an interest in digital textile printing will have access to two packed halls of dedicated textile solutions, now incorporating even more applications and technologies than ever before,” a press release stated.

Alongside Kornit Digital, Kiian and MS Printing Solutions, new exhibitors will include; Vavatex; Fersan Textile; Elkotb Textiles and Zschimmer and Schwarz Mohsdorf GmbH for a total of 65 exhibitors in the textile halls.

Industry players like Bullmer will launch a new material handling system, Tranjet Eco II sublimation papers from Cham Paper Group; and new pigment and sublimation inks from Kiian Digital.

Polyprint SA will showcase its latest DTG printer which is smaller, lighter, faster and more affordable, while Premier Textiles Ltd will present washable pigment pre-treat and pre-treated fabric for latex inks.

Divisional director at FESPA Roz Mcguinness said, “With an extended range of applications covered in this year's sold out FESPA Textile, there's more than ever for visitors to discover.”

“Located alongside the exhibition is the largest FESPA Digital and European Sign Expo events to date, as well as the return of Printeriors,” he added.

“With these four shows in one location, there's a multitude of technology and diversification opportunities for printers to explore,” Mcguinness observed.

Besides dedicated textile halls, since a number of exhibitors throughout FESPA Digital will also have textile solutions on their stands, the organisers have implemented a textile trail.

The trail will highlight those exhibitors who are not in textile halls 4 and 5 to make it easy and enable visitors to visit all the stands that could have something relevant and interesting for them. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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