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Interview with Tom

Sales Manager-Overseas Trading Department
Inkbank Graphic Technology
Inkbank Graphic Technology

We have grown nearly 48 per cent in the last nine months

Inkbank is a leading supplier of inkjet inks and inkjet printing applications solution in China. The company develops special ink according to different print head characters and tries to provide premium eco-friendly products to its customers. Sales manager Tom discusses the markets for textile printing and the company's plans for ITMA Barcelona to be held from 20 – 26 June 2019.

What ink technologies are you showing at ITMA Asia'18? Please share details and features of these inks.

We are promoting sublimation printing machine inks, reactive inks and pigment inks for Epson print heads and for industrial grade print heads from Kyocera, Starfire, Samba, Ricoh and others. 

How important is the Chinese and the SE Asian market for your company? How is the demand for your machines in these markets?

China is our biggest and the most important market for textile printing. SE Asian market is also bigger market for us.

Which countries do you export your inks?

We export to almost all textile hubs like India, Indonesia, Vietnam Philippines, Malaysia, Brazil, Argentina, Germany, USA, Spain, Italy, the UK etc.

We are nearing the end of 2018. How have the first nine months of 2018 fared for your company?

We have grown by nearly 48 per cent in the last nine months, compared to the same period in the previous year.

What are your company's plans for 2019?

We are now investing more in upgrading production facilities to meet high market demands. For reactive and DTG inks, we will try and grab more market share in South Asia and Latin America. 

Are you taking part at ITMA Barcelona? Will you be launching any new ink products at Barcelona? If yes, please share details of the products.

We will be launching new sublimation inks, latex, and DTG inks for industrial grade printing at ITMA Barcelona. (HO)
Published on: 05/11/2018

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