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AnaJet lowers ink prices for garment printers
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Feb '11
AnaJet, Inc. the leading manufacturer of direct-to-garment printers announced broad price reductions for all of its digital apparel ink products.

AnaJet reduced ink prices to $49 for its 110ml color ink cartridges and $79 for 220ml color cartridges. Similar reductions have been made on AnaJet's exclusive white ink cartridges, now $54 for 100ml and $89 for the 220ml cartridge.

"AnaJet has worked very hard in reducing costs for its proprietary digital inks to help our customers survive the recession. We are very pleased that our efforts to help our customer's profitability have paid off," stated Dr. Chase Roh, AnaJet president. AnaJet's decrease in ink pricing will have a significant impact on a garment decorator's profitability.

According to Hayley Mullin, partner at Sockprints in Redondo Beach, California, which operates an AnaJet printer, "As our sock production and use of the AnaJet printer increases an ink price reduction of this magnitude will definitely help our bottom line."

Privately held, AnaJet manufactures, distributes and services digital apparel printers, also referred to as direct-to-garment printers, and related consumables. AnaJet was founded in 2004, and spent its first three years developing foundational technology and the first round of products. AnaJet is the recognized market leader in digital garment printing systems in the US market and is in the process of expanding its international business.

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