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FLYERALARM Invests in Kornit Allegro Press

Friday, January 13, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

Würzburg/Frankfurt - FLYERALARM has started the new year by making a strategic investment to textile printing press “Allegro” from the prestigious brand Kornit. This new machine generates an exciting opportunity for FLYERALARM to extend the product and material range by offering direct print to material such as cotton, organic cotton, silk and polyester as of March 2017. 

“Once again we’re first in the industry with the innovative solutions to offer something unique and outstanding for our customers at a competitive price.” said Igor Zanovskiy – Managing Director of FLYERALARM Large Format Printing at „Heimtextil“ - the International trade fair for home textiles and commercially used textiles in Frankfurt (10.-13.01.2017).

The first products printed on the Allegro that will be launched by FLYERALARM include fabrics by the meter, retractable banners, tablewear, and chairs. Using ecological colours the printing process is environmentally friendly. Customers can also send individual inquiries for reel material or any other special requirements to the FLYERALARM customer service centre.

With the delivery of the machine FLYERALARM will gain a competitive advantage being able to print on a broad range of substrates with a small delivery time and outstanding quality. Besides the Kornit “Allegro” FLYERALARM has also purchased a Kornit “Storm II” which will further strengthen the position of FLYERALARM in the textile printing business.



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