By Wayne Robinson | 19 April 2024

In a brand new strategic partnership, Ball & Doggett will provide Kornit’s vary of DTG print on demand digital trend and textile manufacturing applied sciences to printers throughout Australia.

Ball & Doggett to supply Kornit's DTG on-demand print systems: (l-r) Tomer, Kornit Digital, and Rob Brussolo, Ball & Doggett
Ball & Doggett to provide Kornit’s DTG on-demand print techniques: (l-r) Tomer, Kornit Digital, and Rob Brussolo, Ball & Doggett

Ball & Doggett says the brand new partnership is in response to the “rising demand for environment friendly, high-quality print options”. The corporate is concentrating on each display printers and business printers with the Kornit options.

Kornit says its digital direct to garment print know-how helps create an on-shore print-on-demand marketplace for clothes, enabling print companies to supply fast turnaround and low volumes to the market.

Ball & Dogget will formally take over from Kissel  + Wolfe because the unique distributor of Kornit gear on 8 June. Ball & Doggett will provide the machines, the inks, the components and the servicing. It has already taken on new service engineers in Brisbane, Qld and Victoria, and has appointed  a brand new purposes supervisor.

For Kornit the partnership now provides it entry to nearly all of print companies in Australia, as Ball & Doggett is Australia’s largest provider of printable supplies, working within the business, wide-format, labels and packaging markets.

Ball & Doggett says it has strategically aligned with Kornit to supply a complete suite of direct-to-garment and roll-to-roll digital printing and achievement companies. It says that leveraging Kornit Digital’s cutting-edge know-how and Ball & Doggett’s in depth distribution community and experience, this partnership will empower companies to streamline their printing operations, cut back turnaround occasions, and unlock new alternatives for progress.

Rob Brussolo, common supervisor for Signal Show & Digital at Ball & Doggett, mentioned, “With a dedication to sustainability and innovation, Kornit Digital’s direct-to-garment options are crafted to help producers and fulfillers in discovering the best manufacturing calls for of as we speak’s consumer-driven market. Making certain present Kornit Digital customers obtain distinctive service all through this transition stays our prime precedence.”  

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Tomer Artzi, president and managing director, Kornit Digital Asia Pacific, mentioned, “Right now’s announcement is a big milestone for us, and we’re excited to hitch forces with business chief Ball & Doggett – driving innovation and redefining the way forward for on-demand, digital textiles throughout the Australian market.

“By combining our unmatched experience and in depth sources, our objective is to empower companies of all sizes to thrive within the digital age, providing unparalleled flexibility, pace, and high quality of their on-demand printing operations.”

Ball & Doggett goals to transform the nation’s display printing garment companies over to Kornit digital know-how, in a lot the identical method that A3 offset printers of 20 years in the past all moved to digital printing. It is going to additionally supply Kornit DTG to business print companies, particularly in packages with eProductivity Software program web-to-print and ERP options.

Brussolo mentioned, “Ball & Doggett will allow display printing companies to supply a pace of service, with a low stage of labour and decreased abilities, none of which is feasible with display printing. For business print companies trying to diversify, Kornit DTG presents an actual progress alternative.”


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