MTEX NS, a leading provider of digital printing solutions, software engineering, and service providers, has announced a new partnership with SPGPrints, a leading global company in conventional and digital textile printing solutions. Both the companies have officially announced a strategic agreement from 2020 extending it upto the year 2022.
Over the past 6 months, MTEX NS and SPGPrints R&D teams have been working together to incorporate SPGPrints’ specific digital textile application know-how into the unique digital printing solutions of MTEX NS. An infinite number of tests have been conducted which lead to a series of technological and operational adaptations to perfectly fit the MTEX digital equipment to the textile customer needs.
“The current generation MTEX printers, which today is a reality in the Iberian market, already has the stamp of a development cooperation between the MTEX and SPGPrints R&D team. Through this strategic cooperation between MTEX and SPGPrints we will be able to offer unique printing solutions to the digital textile printing industry worldwide, based on both companies know-how and commercial channels,” Eloi Ferreira, CEO of MTEX NS, said in a press release.
“This new partnership offers SPGPrints an enhanced portfolio of products and applications to serve its growing client base and to open up new channels,” Dick Joustra, CEO of SPGPrints, said.
Furthermore, this agreement enables SPGPrints to expand its offering in some of the largest and fastest growing textile printing markets across the world and it will expand the offerings of both companies into new markets.”
The partnership does include technology for sublimation and pigment printing. These two applications are expected to show significant growth.
As a global innovator SPGPrints is in a leading position of bringing more sustainable solutions to the textile printing market. MTEX digital printing equipment provides a perfect platform to create new sustainable digital textile printing solutions alongside SPGPrints’ proprietary Archer Technology platforms Pike and Javelin.