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Piave Maitex installs latest digital printing machinery
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Nov '11
Italian company PIAVE Maitex announced that a new generation, high speed and high production capacity state of the art digital printing machinery will come into operation inside its Caronno Pertusella (VA) plant.

The new investment will flank the ink-jet machines already in operation, bringing the capacity of its digital print well over one million meters per year. The new machinery, called QualiJet K16, produced by La Meccanica di Urgnano (BG), a manufacturer specialized in stretch fabrics industrial processings, will respond quickly, effectively and with great flexibility to the ever growing customers need in terms of style effects, resolution, number and intensity of colors.

Not least, it has the ability to print up to 200 cm span, which extends the possibility of digital printing to higher width fabrics, possibility up to now precluded.

With this new investment Piave Maitex reinforces substantially its competitive position on the world market of stretch printed fabrics, a position already recognized by the preference of the main market operators. A preference motivated by the quality and innovation of its underwear and beachwear collections, by the enduring Flock and Burn-out cutting edge printing techniques, and by the company's constant drive for innovative and effective eco-friendly and low environmental impact.

Piave Maitex S.P.A.


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