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Mimaki showing broad portfolio of solutions at FESPA
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Feb '16
Mimaki will be showing a broad portfolio of printing and cutting systems at FESPA Digital 2016, scheduled for March 8-11, 2016 in Amsterdam in Hall 1, Stand E15.

Mike Horsten, general manager marketing EMEA at Mimaki Europe said, “One can expect to see some surprises in the form of new product announcements at our stall.”

“Visitors will see real-world examples of the innovative applications, Mimaki systems can create in both, signs and display graphics, as well as digital textile printing and garment decoration,” he added.

“In line with the superheroes theme of the show, be sure to look for the superheroes portrayed in our samples, which visitors will be able to take away with them,” Horsten informed.

As per a press release, Mimaki is again sponsoring the Wrap Masters competition, and will be wrapping a vintage Audi at its stand as part of the final competition.

Mimaki and Avery Dennison are also joining forces as sponsors of the World Wrap Masters competition, which will run across the four days of the show.

On March 8-9, the competition begins with the FESPA European Wrap Masters competition, where wrappers will battle it out to participate in the World Wrap Masters Series Final on March 10-11.

In the final, the European Wrap Master will join winners from South Africa, Mexico, Denmark, Eurasia, Brazil, Ireland and France, who have already qualified.

Series finalists will compete to become FESPA World Wrap Master 2016 by wrapping Audi A1 Sportback vehicles using materials printed by Mimaki, as well as more challenging items.

The one-day Digital Textile Conference being held on March 8 in conjunction with FESPA Digital 2016 will feature an international line-up of digital textile printing experts, including Mike Horsten.

“We had great success at Heimtextil in January with our full line-up of solutions and now we are pleased to be bringing these solutions to the FESPA Digital audience as well,” Horsten observed. (AR)

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