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Stork Prints Changes Its Digital Textile Strategy

BOXMEER, The Netherlands — April 25, 2013 — With immediate effect, Stork Prints has decided to discontinue its co-operation with MS s.r.l. from Italy. Consequently, from now on the service and support for all customers using Stork Prints digital textile products will be done directly. This also includes the direct supply of Stork Prints digital textile inks to customers that use MS printing equipment.

Following the continuous growth of the digital textile market, Stork Prints has re-defined its strategic roadmap towards ITMA 2015 to become a total solution supplier for a variety of printing machine platforms. This will provide our customers with a range of reliable production solutions for printing designs digitally on a wide variety of textile fabrics.

Posted on April 30, 2013

Source: Stork Prints

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