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Hirsch join hands with MIMAKI for Textile Inkjet Printers distribution
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May '08
Hirsch International Corp., the leading provider of apparel decorating equipment including Tajima embroidery machines, MHM screen printing machines, SEIT laser bridge machines, Pulse digitizing software, and Kornit digital garment printers has entered into an agreement with MIMAKI USA Inc, to serve as a distributor of its GP-604 digital garment printers.

MIMAKI's inkjet printers are used for textiles and apparel and can print directly on ready-made clothing and help designers support small lot production and “on-demand” market requests.

“This is a natural and logical partnership for Hirsch that allows us to extend our offerings in the digital printing space and further address market demand for personalized and small lot production,” says Paul Gallagher, CEO of Hirsch International.

“This addition is particularly important for us as the general economic slowdown has impacted consumers' buying decisions. We believe that MIMAKI's high-quality, moderately priced machines may present existing and new customers with more economically viable buying options.”

Under the terms of the agreement, Hirsch will serve as MIMAKI's non-exclusive distributor in the United States. In addition, Hirsch will provide customer support for the products. The initial agreement is for a one-year period, which automatically renews unless either party terminates the agreement.

Hirsch International Corp.


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