Hollanders is expecting to receive strong interest in its latest digital textile printers which are being added to the company’s portfolio of products at FESPA 2013, taking place from 25-29 June. The company has made significant additions to its ColorBooster printer series and to its management and financial structure.
The ColorBooster DS double-sided system and the entry-level ColorBooster 250 are important new machines for this market sector, and full information will be available at the Expo. There will also be details about the latest upgrades to the existing ColorBooster XL and finishing system.
The company, a key sponsor of the Jet Set conference at the event, is also supporting ESMA as this association represents specialist printing manufacturers of screen, digital and flexo technology with all members being producers of machinery, equipment, software or consumables.
Roland Biemans, Marketing and Communications Manager at Hollanders, has recently become a board member of ESMA and believes strongly in the association’s role in the machinery manufacturing space.
Biemans believes that, this year, interest in digital textile printing will be higher than at previous FESPA events as trends dictate more environmentally-friendly production methods. ‘The versatility of dye sublimation and disperse inks can’t really be demonstrated satisfactorily in an exhibition environment. We prefer to invite interested parties to our facility in Eindhoven where we can work with their test files and show them true representation of their output,’ said Biemans. ‘It is of particular interest to us that we sponsor initiatives, such as the Jet Set conference, and support ESMA and Fespa at the same time.’