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Kornit in action at FESPA

From pixel-to-parcel-to-doorstep for a streamlined workflow process.

1st June 2022

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Berlin, Germany

Clothing/​Footwear, Industrial

Kornit Digital is currently presenting its portfolio of single-step, digital direct-to-garment (DTG) and direct-to-fabric (DTF) production solutions based on its MAX technology at the FESPA Global Print Expo in Berlin.

These allow fulfillers and brands to enjoy unmatched retail-quality applications – including 3D, vinyl, screen, dye sublimation, and embroidery effects – all in a single operation.

Integrated with the powerful KornitX workflow solutions, customers can take textile production from pixel-to-parcel-to-doorstep in a streamlined process.

End-to-end digitized production workflow and lean, agile and profitable just-in-time fulfilment is enabled for sportswear, home décor, accessories and custom fabrics

To enhance profitability and growth, fulfillers can capitalise on the most advanced technology and ecosystem to create new business relationships and answer opportunities quickly, while brands can partner with this growing list of producers through Kornit’s unique Global Fulfiller Network.

“At Kornit, our vision is not only to produce superior technologies but also create better experiences for our customers, as well as their customers,” said Omer Kulka, chief marketing officer at Kornit Digital. “Kornit is committed to helping the industry eliminate waste to answer the sustainability imperative, while settling for nothing less than graphic brilliance and the most rigorous quality standards. Our line-up of MAX technology-driven production systems and workflow capabilities convey that commitment – and we encourage those visiting FESPA to see it live.”

FESPA Global Print Expo runs until June 3rd and Kornit is at stand 27-D60.

www.kornit.com

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