Sponsors Lined Up For Fabric Printing Now

01/11/2016

Fabric Printing Now has announced that the Platinum sponsor for the two-day event in October will be MTEX Technologies - manufacturers of digital printing machines for textiles. The Portuguese company opened a UK operation, in Leicestershire, last year, and is one of the leading companies in its field.

Commenting on his company's sponsorship, Managing Director, Stewart Bell, said: "Digital textile printing has now come of age and we have developed solutions that will appeal to successful print companies, not just within the lucrative dye-sublimation market.

MTEX Solutions looked at the bigger picture two years ago and have now fully developed solutions for print companies to adopt a completely integrated, micro-textile printing factory within their established businesses. This is what will interest medium to large print companies and why we believed it vital for MTEX to sponsor the FESPA UK Fabric Printing Now conference.

As the leading manufacturer of, and integration expert in, digital textiles, we are delighted to be able share the knowledge and experience we have learned over the years to help the UK print industry have a bite of the lucrative re-shoring opportunities for textile printing in the UK."

Other companies so far committed to supporting Fabric Printing Now, include:

  • Premier Textiles Limited - One of Europe's largest suppliers of fabrics and yarn has stepped forward to join as one of the Silver sponsors for Fabric Printing Now.

  • MacDermid Autotype - A global industrial manufacturer of high quality precision coated films and blended liquids for use in the printing, automotive and electronics industries.

  • CPS - A worldwide supplier of screen printing chemicals.

  • Marabu - A major German ink manufacturer of screen, digital and pad printing inks with a UK base in Milton Keynes.


Fabric Printing Now takes place on 7th and 8th October and will examine the full range of fabric printing, coating and surface modification techniques - both analogue and digital. The aim is to introduce concepts that delegates may not have previously considered, and to inspire them into new business-enhancing initiatives.

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