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Kornit extends textile machinery supply to Cimpress
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Apr '17
Courtesy: Kornit
Courtesy: Kornit
Kornit Digital, a global market leader in digital textile printing technology, has announced a global procurement agreement with Cimpress, the world leader in mass customisation. Under the agreement, Kornit started supplying multiple Avalanche Hexa R-Series systems to Cimpress last year and will continue to do so in 2017.

The new systems will be used in several international production facilities to boost Cimpress’ production capacity as well as to expand the range of possible applications. The Avalanche Hexa R-Series is one of Kornit’s most advanced and productive technology platforms and will empower Cimpress to digitally produce more colourful and sophisticated personalised products, on a vast array of different garment types.

The agreement between Cimpress and Kornit marks a significant milestone in the ten-year relationship between both companies. Cimpress started out with Kornit Storm systems in its production facilities and over the years has expanded the systems to multiple facilities throughout Cimpress’ global manufacturing network as demand for custom apparel has grown.

Evert Karsen, senior director of global procurement at Cimpress said, “As the world leader in mass customisation, we are committed to delivering an enormous variety of customised products to customers across the world. We are delighted with this partnership and know that Kornit’s Avalanche Hexa R-Series systems will deliver tangible benefits in terms of quality, flexibility and productivity, allowing us to continue to meet the growing and evolving needs of our customers.”

Gilad Yron, Kornit’s executive vice president of global business said, “Since 2003, Kornit has been focusing on developing digital, highly productive tools for the mass customisation business models of today. Key customers and partners like Cimpress have contributed valuable feedback, played a significant role in defining requirements and validated our commercial approach. We look forward to continuing the relationship and helping Cimpress to satisfy the ever-growing demand of their customers even better in the future.” (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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