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South Africa's Clarion raises fabric printing capacity
05
Dec '11
Looking forward to ensure that it can cater to the retail sector's ever rising demand for fabric printing, South Africa based fabric printing and finishing firm Clarion Printed Products has enhanced its fabric printing capacity.

Installation of the new 3.2m dye sublimation machine to its already significant fabric printing machinery division has repositioned the firm as Western Cape's biggest graphic printer.

The company already had two 3.2m dye sublimation machines operational, and hence the establishment of new machine has raised the capacity of the company by 50 percent.

The dye sublimation technology within the fabric division is meant to ensure better colour output and production of premium quality retail graphic prints.

As stated by the firm, its committed fabric printing department remains operational round the clock, which allows it to afford a quicker turnaround time on retail graphics to its clients.

Clarion, with its dedicated fabric finishing department, offers a total fabric printing and framing solution to its clients. In addition, it has also engaged a dedicated finishing manager in its fabric division to guarantee premium quality finished products.

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