Israel-based textile printer manufacturer Kornit Digital announces the expansion of its partnership with Clearwater, Florida-based DTG2Go, a Delta Apparel company. The company says it has received an order from the subsidiary which specializes in direct-to-garment printing and fulfillment services. Kornit says the move follows several months of “beta-testing” the company’s Atlas system at DTG2Go.
“We are honored to expand our partnership with Delta Apparel as a key technology supplier as they expand their reach with digital printing,” says Ronen Samuel, CEO of Kornit. “Delta’s unique platform strikes at the core of the changing needs in the retail supply chain, by offering a vertically-integrated digital print fulfillment model with quick delivery at an affordable price.”
Deborah Merrill, CFO of Delta Apparel and president of Delta Group, adds that the agreement “marks another milestone in Delta and Kornit’s strategic partnership” and the organization looks forward to continuing a close collaboration in 2019. Merrill points to the ability of digitally printing on polyester as a key point in the collaboration.
“The ability to digitally print on 100 percent polyester fabric and other poly-blends is key to our strategy and should create significant growth opportunities for DTG2Go,” she adds. “We see a strong demand for digital printing on polyester, and are thrilled to be the first to introduce to the market high-end polyester products with unmatched print quality.”