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Mimaki & Bompan launch Mimaki Bompan Textile
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Apr '18
Courtesy: Mimaki Europe
Courtesy: Mimaki Europe
Mimaki Europe, focused on promoting the analogue-to-digital transformation of printing processes in the textile and apparel market based in Netherlands, has established a joint venture with Bompan S.r.l., a leading distributor in Italy, to launch Mimaki Bompan Textile S.r.l. Mimaki Europe retains a 51 per cent ownership of the new joint venture.

The establishment of Mimaki Bompan Textile followed the launch of Tiger-1800B, the brand’s production-class textile printer, which is available in direct-to-textile and sublimation transfer models. With a maximum printing speed of 385m2/h, the Tiger-1800B fits high-volume production environments that have traditionally printed using analogue printing methods, bringing the benefits of digital printing to these higher volume applications and making it more efficient and cost-effective to produce short runs, customised fabrics and garments, and samples.

CEO of the company Hirokazu Hayashi said, “This joint venture is a critical element of our strategic approach to the textiles and apparel market. Mimaki Bompan will be responsible for marketing the entire Mimaki portfolio for textile printing in Italy. In addition to this joint venture, Mimaki Europe has also pursued partnerships and acquisitions that will help round out our textiles portfolio, including most recently Rimslow, a manufacturer of post-treatment solutions for textiles. This expansion will help us provide our clients with a complete solution for high volume textile production.”

Massimo Bompan, chairman of the joint venture said, “Mimaki Bompan Textile aspires to be an international one-stop centre for the textile market. Our priorities are client satisfaction with an all-encompassing vision, and a range of solutions that include entry level systems and industrial machines. The company is operating as a total solutions provider, offering a complete solution that includes inks, software, pre- and post-treatment systems, as well as technical services. This makes it easier for textile producers to add digital to their production platform, and it provides a single-source entry path for new businesses who wish to take advantage of the significant opportunities the digital textile transformation offers.” (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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