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Mouvent joins hands with textile printing distributors
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May '18
Courtesy: Mouvent
Courtesy: Mouvent
Mouvent has announced strategic partnerships with principal distributors of textile printing solutions in Italy, Turkey, India, and China. In cooperation with its partners, Mouvent will also set up a showroom in each of these countries. Mouvent is a Bobst Group company from Switzerland and a leader in textile printing using pioneering digital technology.

The company has ambitious sales goals for its first textile printing solution, the very compact TX801, which prints with up to eight colours and completes up to 50 per cent of the print jobs in a single pass, boosting productivity up to 200 sqm/h. The TX801 uses a compact proprietary print engine based on Mouvent Cluster technology, delivering the highest print quality at an unrivalled speed, precision and scalability, and with an optical resolution of up to 2,000 dpi.

Mouvent chose its partners as much for their passion for digital printing as for their sales and support track record. This ensures the customer will end up not just with revolutionary technology, but also with the technical service and support to match.

In Turkey, Mouvent is partnering with PSC, a company founded in 2001. The company has been involved with digital printing since 1995. In 2003, the company started to sell and support digital textile solutions for the textile industry with a focus on high-quality technical support and colour management, based on a long experience in textile printing. In 2012, the market started converting to digital beyond sample printing and this developed very quickly. PSC started working with Mimaki and Dgen equipment and between 2012 and 2016, more than 500 digital printing machines were installed.

In China, Jet Tech will represent Mouvent textile printing solutions. Jet Tech was created by Paul Yuen, a prominent figure in the Chinese textile market since 1977. In 2016, Paul learned about Mouvent and its innovative technology and realized this would be the future of inkjet printing.

For India, Mouvent identified Fortuna Colours and Prints LLP. Vinod Krishnamurthy, one of the co-founders of the company, started digital printing on textiles in 1998. The company launched Mimaki, Reggiani, Hong Hua, Kornit, Huntsman, and almost a dozen brands, ranging from ink over software to machines.

Reto Simmen, chief business officer at Mouvent said, “For us to reach our ambitious sales goals with textile printing solutions like the TX801, we identified Italy, Turkey, India, and China to be the most relevant markets. Once we had identified those, we established a direct sales and service organisation in Italy and entered into strategic partnerships with the three other markets’ top-rated distribution companies for textile printers. They understand perfectly how their respective markets function and how the revolutionary Mouvent Cluster technology will help printing businesses to grow faster by offering a higher quality end-product at a lower cost.” (GK)

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