The Asian market and particularly China is very important for J-Teck3 which, since a couple of years, has been running a branch in Shanghai with dedicated sales team to strengthen the presence in the area.
At FESPA China 2013 J-Teck3 showcased its whole range of digital inks for dye sub and direct-to-textile printing on polyester: from the well-known J-Eco Subly Nano line, to its best-seller J-Next Subly for Epson DX6 and DX7 print heads up to the newly developed J-Cube RF/KF for Ricoh and Kyocera print heads.
The attention has been great for the whole digital range but particularly on the new-born J-Cube RF/KF. This product, in fact, is dedicated to a growing market in Asia: the industrial production of textile for fashion and home decoration with digital printing process.
J-Teck3 stand has been constantly visited during the three-days period of the show. Great interest was shown by many Chinese visitors but also by many visitors coming from the typical textile areas such as India, Thailand, Bangladesh and Pakistan.
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