Kejie Digital from Shanghai at Media Expo 2022

To present its wide-format digital print technology

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Kejie Digital from Shanghai at Media Expo 2022
Kejie K20 - High Speed High Quality Flex Printing Machine

Kejie Digital, a flagship brand of Lingfeng from Shanghai, China, will take part in the Media Expo 2022, presenting its range of fast-growing wide-format digital print technology.

Kejie, which is taking part in the expo for the first time, will be represented by its India head Rajiv Bhardwaj, an industry veteran who introduced Essdee Nutek machines in India in the year 2000. The expo will be held at India Expo Mart, Greater Noida, from 1 to 3 September 2022.

“We are very excited as this would be the first time Kejie would be displaying its printers at Media Expo. We are displaying our range of high-speed solvent printers, K10 and K20, which have a production speed of up to 2000 and 2475 sqft/hr. Over the years, we have received a very positive response from India and we are looking forward to meeting more customers at the Media Expo,” Bhardwaj said.

Lingfeng is a registered company in China with its operations, manufacturing facilities, and sales offices in Shanghai. Lingfeng has been a market leader in industrial equipment, manufacturing digital printers for leading brands since 2013.

Kejie products are backed by a team of experts and engineers spread across, R&D, customer support, application, machine design, and sales-related functions. Kejie provides digital printing solutions that involve wide exploration in creating multiple fabric sheets with an extensive range of traditional and modern designs.

Alley Wei, director, Asia Pacific, at Kejie Digital said, “We are pleased to participate in our first Indian exhibition and we have a very positive outlook towards it. We wish our Indian team the best for this exhibition”.

The key features of Kejie Digital’s printers are:

  • Backup support of up to 10 years
  • Particle filtration technology to prevent the entry of dust 
  • Static degenerate technology
  • Super rail technology to ensure mechanical stability
  • Tumble ink tank for stable print quality and a long life
  • Ultra-modern software control to deliver 30% ink savings

Kejie is present in 17 countries, including India, where they have installed over 100 machines. 

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