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Netherlands-Based Printer Partners with Kornit to Expand DTG Operations


DUSSELDORF, Germany—Kornit Digital announces Netherlands-based Simian; an online total print provider has implemented the Kornit Atlas digital direct-to-garment (DTG) system. Kornit says Simian aims to “increase its capacity for delivering sustainable, retail-ready decorated apparel on-demand.”

The parent company of online print providing sites Reclameland, Drukland, and Flyerzone, Simian covers a variety of goods such as digitally-printed textiles, banners, and signage. The company says it first entered the decorated apparel market “by implementing two entry-level, single-pallet DTG systems.” With the addition of Kornit’s system, the company plans to up its output and print on garments such as infant apparel, T-shirts, polos, sweaters, and vests.

“Simian prides itself on being the premier online print provider to the Benelux region, and their focus on round-the-clock on-demand fulfillment makes them a natural partner for Kornit,” states Omer Kulka, EVP of marketing and product strategy. “We are proud to welcome Simian to the Kornit customer family and look forward to supporting their growth in the years to come.”

“A two-time Bronze FD Gazelle winner, Simian prints every item it sells without outsourcing, and as the only printing company in Belgium and the Netherlands serving customers in the evenings and on Sundays, we set the standard for on-demand production,” says Wouter Haan, owner of Simian. “We’re also the only online printing company in this region innovating within its own production facility, and we’ve continued to expand that facility to handle new and exciting technologies so we can continue to lead. Based on our experiences with digital thus far, we see great opportunities for textile print production, so investing in Kornit is investing in our future.”

For more information, visit www.kornit.com.

 

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