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"India, with its rapidly growing economy, is witnessing a sea change in the way the industries look at and use digital printing. Advanced digital printing technologies have opened up new avenues of growth, especially for the textile industry. Industries in Surat, Mumbai, Ludhiana, Delhi and Tiruppur are experiencing tremendous growth as the technology has shown great potential for enhancing the quality as well as in keeping pace with the demands of textile printing," according to Orange O Tec, the Indian distributor of MS Italy, Kiian, Transmatic, Huntsman, Inedit and Iecho.
As a leading dealer of digital and auxiliary machinery since 2008, Orange O Tec Pvt. Ltd. is well aware of the potential of this sector. Headquartered in the textile capital of India, Surat, the company deals in machineries that mark high on international scales, providing friendly features of customisation. "The company further adds a friendlier property of speedy and punctual after sales service to our customer experience," Orange O Tec said in a press release.
Orange O Tec was one of the first to introduce Kyocera Head in the Indian sublimation printing markets. The company has already sold 25 machines in just one year and is now targeting to install 50+ machines by the end of 2020. Certified with ISO 9001:2008, the company deals in machineries manufactured by several renowned companies from across the globe. The company enjoys over 50 per cent of market share in India in high speed printers. The company offers an impressive range of Sub Pro 1 (2500 M/Day), Sub Pro 2 (6000 M/Day), Sub Pro 1 Plus (4000 M/Day).
Sublimation market in growing exponentially, especially in the high speed Kyocera market. With its global tie-ups and participation in every national-international trade exhibition, Orange O Tec is aggressively expanding its footprints across India.
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