Israel-based textile printer manufacturer Kornit Digital announces that it has reached the milestone of 125 systems installed in China.
The company says that its customer base in the world’s most populous country includes some of the world’s most well-know brands, including JNBY, LILANZ, JoeOne and Seven Brand.
According to the company, “Many Chinese Kornit users produce high-margin fashion pieces digitally, either for their own distribution or for leading brands around the globe, benefitting from the current trends affecting the textile supply chain: mass customization, direct-to-consumer sales models, drastically reduced delivery times, and a strong influence of social media on buying decisions. Typical products produced with the help of Kornit’s industrial-grade technology are jeans, pants, socks, stockings, footwear and functional sportswear.”
Kornit delivered its first direct-to-garment system in China in 2006, and it founded a service hub in Hong Kong in 2009.