ColorJet seeks Indian government support for future R&D in digital printing

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ColorJet Group Chief Executive, Smarth Bansal (left) with Piyush Goyal, Indian Minister for Trade, Industry and Textiles. Photo: ColorJet

ColorJet Group, an Indian manufacturer of digital textile printers that markets its products in 20 countries around the world, has sought government support for its future research and development (R&D) in digital textile printing. The transition from traditional textile printing to digital guarantees the reduction of the carbon footprint, and this is the need of the hour.

Participation in DPIIT – CII ASCON SUMMIT 2021 as sector representative of Textile Machinery Manufacturers’ Association (India) [TMMA(I)]Smarth Bansal, Managing Director of ColorJet Group, spoke with Piyush Goyal, India’s Minister of Commerce, Industry and Textiles about textile printing and how ColorJet is leading the way in the digitalization of textile printing in the world.

As India’s largest manufacturer of digital inkjet printers, ColorJet realizes Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of manufacturing world-class digital textile printers that are acclaimed and installed across the globe. ColorJet’s digital textile printers are present in more than 20 countries, including European countries, United Arab Emirates, Australia and China.

ColorJet Group, an Indian manufacturer of digital textile printers that markets its products in 20 countries around the world, has sought government support for its future research and development (R&D) in digital textile printing. The transition from traditional textile printing to digital guarantees the reduction of the carbon footprint, and this is the need of the hour.

The textile industry is the second most polluting industry and having durable digital textile printers is the need of the hour. The transition from traditional textile printing to digital guarantees a reduction in the carbon footprint. ColorJet’s R&D department, recognized by the Government of India, offers efficient engineering to provide customers with sustainable textile printing alternatives.

ColorJet’s direct-to-fabric (DTF) printers feature an integrated water filtration system that reduces water consumption by 98%. Compact, energy-efficient DTF printers consume 42% less energy. Pigment and sublimation printing provide water-free printing solutions.

In addition to providing employment opportunities for skilled personnel, students, engineers and many others, ColorJet contributes Regional Value Content (RVC) with more than 50% addition and has entered into a commercial agreement in under AIFTA (ASEAN-India Free Trade Area) so that ColorJet customers can benefit from zero MNF duty rates.

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