Brother Sells 1000th Direct-To-Garmet GT-3 Printer


Brother Germany who are responsible for Europe, Middle East and Southern Africa have announced the sale of its 1000th GT-3 machine, which was installed at Markamania in Barcelona.

In June 2012, Brother introduced the third generation of their unique garment printer called GT-3 Series. In just in two and a half years, they have sold 1000 units.

Markamania has now purchased two GT-381 machines. When the company’s owner, Daniel Baldovi was asked why he bought a second machine he said, ‘These machines are very reliable and the print quality is outstandingly good.’

Brother has been selling digital garment printers for 10 years and was one of the first to develop this new industry technology. Since then, the company has installed more than 6000 digital garment printers worldwide.

Brother is a Japanese company that is represented by Colorscreen in the African region.

Brother continues to develop and improve their environmental performance, in the interest and welfare of the general public. They adhere to RoHS II, any EU directive, ISO 14001, Brother’s own 5R concept (Reuse, Reform, Recycle, Refuse, Reduce) and ├ľkoTex certified inks/consumables to grant high quality standards.

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