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Stork Prints opens new digital inks factory

November 8, 2011

The new factory for digital inks opened on November 1 in Boxmeer, the Netherlands.

Citing an increased demand for digital inks, Stork Prints has opened a new plant in the Netherlands to meet the needs of its customers.

“With the new digital inks factory we are more than ready for the future,” said Jos Notermans, business unit manager.

According to the company, the increased demand for their digital inks can be attributed to the introduction of new digital textile printer, Sphene, and a recent partnership with Italy’s main printer manufacturer, MS.

Stork Prints has been developing and producing digital inks for both textile and graphics printing for several years. All ink development, formulation and production happens in-house.

Stork Prints has introduced a new series of inks called NEBULA for digital textile printing (for Kyocera printheads) and FLARE (for Epson printheads). Stork Prints inks are also capable of running on the Reggiani Renoir, MS JP, MS JPK-series, La Meccanica Qualijet K8 and K16 printers.

Stork Prints' FLARE reactive, acid, disperse and sublimation inks are not only suitable for all Mimaki, Roland, MS, La Meccanica and Mutoh digital textile printers with Epson heads, but Stork Prints also provides these inks in packages suitable for Robustelli Monna Lisa printers.

Stork Prints also offers products in the graphics field of digital label printing. For the DSI digital label printer Stork Prints offers inks and applications for all 10 print positions. Not just CMYK, but also digital white, digital primer, Orange, Violet and Green (OVG) and digital varnish.

More information about these inks can be found on the company website:

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