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Epson India plans customized solutions for textile sector
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Aug '12
Epson India, a digital imaging and printing solutions provider, is looking at presenting customized solutions for the textile industry.
 
The Indian subsidiary of Japan-based Seiko Epson Corporation said the launch of several new textile related products is on the cards for the current fiscal.
 
Epson Deputy General Manager SM Ramprasad said the company has always remained focused on delivering industry-specific solutions – whether it be for digital projection space or for activity-based printing requirements.
 
Targeting textile industry, Epson is working to develop ‘dye-sublimation’ printers for T-shirt printing, which would be followed by a direct garment printer for printing on sarees, he said.
 
Robotics and factory automation, portable label printing, short run label printing and wearable imaging devices are the other products that the company would shortly launch in the market, he added.
 
The company is presently appointing new sub-distributors, particularly for its textile-centric products, said Mr. Ramprasad.
 

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