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J-Teck3 to present eco-friendly digital inks at EcoPrint
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Sep '12
J-Teck3 will attend EcoPrint 2012 (26-27 Sept) in Berlin, the world's first exhibition focused 100% on sustainability which is expected to be a new and innovative event for all those involved in the printing business. 

The attention for the environment and the research for environmentally-friendly solutions in ink formulations are priority which J-Teck3 follows since its foundation. This brought to the choice of producing waterbased digital inks only and going on with the constant research for raw materials, chemical products and production processes with low environmental impact.

J-Teck's R&D, sensible to environmental problems, has acquired a firm commitment to produce and develop inks featuring ecocompatibility characteristics and improved technical performances as well. These are represented by bright and vibrant colours with optimal saturation degree, excellent printability on piezo-heads printers, fast drying and very high definition.
 
Ecoprint 2012 will be the occasion for J-Teck3 to showcase its full range of eco-friendly digital inks thus having the opportunity to let its brand be known as strongly committed to sustainability and attention to environment for a better quality of life. 
 
J-Teck3 is born in 2003 thanks to the enthusiasm of a motivated team: Enrico Grasselli, Italo Mariani and Rosaria Pozzoni whose professionality and experience is formed within the screen printing and textile field.

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