Colorjet Bags Digital Textile Printers Award 2018
ColorJet India Ltd, India’s only manufacturer and biggest Indian marketer of digital fabric printers has reinforced its No. 1 position by winning the ‘TV100 Industrial Excellence Award 2018’ in the ‘Largest Manufacturer of Digital Textile Printers in India’ category, thereby contributing aggressively towards Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Make-in-India initiative.
Smarth Bansal, Sr. Product Manager at ColorJet India received the award from Ajay Tamta, Minister of State (Textiles) at the 3rd edition of TV100 Industrial Excellence Awards 2018, organised on July 2, 2018 in New Delhi. Winners of awards in other industrial categories included the likes of Voltas, Titan, Parle, ITC Ltd, Wipro, Dabur, Ambuja Cement among others.
ColorJet India had earlier bagged ‘India’s Largest Manufacturer for Wide Format Digital Printer’ Award at the 6th Imaging Solution Awards Night in 2017. More recently, the latest IDC Q1 2017 Super Wide Report quoted that ColorJet digital printing products enjoy 40% market share in India.
ColorJet offers digital printers for textile as well as sign & signage fabric digital printing needs. Its vast digital printer range caters to the most basic digital printing to mass production needs, offering printers with width of up to 3.2 metres. Additionally, ColorJet’ sprinter uses environment-friendly aqueous based inks that are essential in current time.
“ColorJet is humbled for being recognised at the TV100 Industrial Excellence Awards as the largest Indian manufacturer of digital textile printers. ColorJet being the only Indian manufacturer of digital printers; gives us an opportunity to promote the Make-in-India initiative,” Smarth Bansal said.
“ColorJet endeavours to manufacture and supply the most rugged digital printers using the latest digital printing technologies, while also offering the very best in after sales service. These initiatives have led to ColorJet receiving several award recognitions,” he added.
Apart from India, ColorJet also markets its digital printers in 14 other countries and has till date installed over 4,000 of its printing solutions in 315 cities around the world. The company operates two manufacturing facilities, one in India and the other in China, with sales offices in seven countries. All the above is backed by a strong 278 member team, of which almost 100 are in technical related functions.
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