Specialist manufacturer of wide-format digital textile solutions Hollanders Printing Systems (HPS) is participating as a founding exhibitor at EcoPrint, Berlin, which takes place on the 26 and 27 September. The Eindhoven based company believes that this new event presents an excellent opportunity to demonstrate how the company's philosophy incorporates environmentally aware targets in its Best Practice Workflow.
At EcoPrint, HPS will be joined by three of its key Competence Center partners – colour management specialist X-Rite/Pantone, viewing booth manufacturer GTI, and Georg+Otto Friedrich whose fabrics are used widely for digital printing. With support from other Competence Center partners such as Enfocus, EFKA, Q-Lab, HPS introduces the full cycle A-to-Z workflow approach that includes solutions for every step in the digital textile production flow. Full information will be available about the environmental benefits of working with fabrics to create eco aware soft signs, banners, flags, interior décor and other applications.
"EcoPrint gives us the ideal opportunity for showcasing our Competence Center and Best Practice Workflow initiative, in-line with more environmentally aware practices," comments Roland Biemans, Sales and Marketing Manager at Hollanders Printing Systems. "We know that brand owners, marketing specialists, specifiers and end users are all eager to work within greener parameters, and this new event offers a unique, practical focus on sustainability."
The HPS platform is a complete system which encompasses all the hardware and software needed for printing digital textile applications. The company collaborates with specialist partners to unite their expertise in pre-press, colour management, finishing and materials. Its Competence Center provides customers with a complete understanding of how sustainability and effective work-flow combine to give end users greater control over their environmental performance while benefiting from consistently accurate high quality output.
Hollanders Printing Systems manufactures turnkey high quality solutions for digital textile printing, with its ColorBooster digital textile printers complemented by the ColorFix sublimation/fixation unit, the ColorWash washing machine and the ColorEdge cutting unit. The company's modular approach to production is designed to simplify work-flow and generate greener practices as the machines use less power and water than traditional systems, with waste being minimised.