Digital ink suppliers see a great future for the textile market – spanning printing inks, coatings and allied industries


The main drivers include personalization, personalization and just-in-time production.

David Savastano, editor-in-chief11.18.21

Digital textile printing has come a long way over the years. Growth is significant – Research and Markets values ​​the digital inks for textile printing segment at around $ 970 million in 2020, with a CAGR of 9.37%. That would put the market in excess of $ 1.66 billion by 2026. Much of this growth is due to technical improvements in textile printing, as well as the benefits of printing and personalization just in the dark. time. There is every reason to believe that this growth will continue. Unsurprisingly, manufacturers of digital inks and equipment see limitless possibilities for growth in digital textile printing. Micol Gamba, Director of Product Marketing for EFI Reggiani, said that in the short term, through relocation and nearshoring, EFI expects new customers to enter the industrial zone and new geographies. “This phenomenon has been particularly amplified in Europe and North America, where an increasing number of new small businesses in recent years have sta

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