ColorJet India awarded at ITME 2022

Top performer in textile engineering industry

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Rohit Kansal, additional secretary and Prajakta Verma, joint secretary, Union ministry of textiles, P Sathasivam, retired chief justice of India; and S Hari Shankar, chairman, India ITME Society, handed over the award to the chairman of the ColorJet Group, MS  Dadu

ColorJet India has been declared as the ‘winner of textile engineering in the service of the textile industry’ at the International Textile Machinery Exhibition (ITME) held from 8 to 13 December at the India Exposition Mart in Greater Noida.

Rohit Kansal, additional secretary and Prajakta Verma, joint secretary, Union ministry of textiles, P Sathasivam, retired chief justice of India; and S Hari Shankar, chairman, India ITME Society, handed over the award to the chairman of the ColorJet Group, MS  Dadu, at an ITME event, a company release said.

“Delighted to receive the award in recognition of the valuable contributions that the ColorJet Group India has made in the textile engineering industry. With this award, the ColorJet Group reinforces its technological innovation strength of ColorJet’s R&D department,” Dadu said.

The India ITME Society has invited applications for the award in July 2022.  The jury included Uday Gill, Updeep Singh, R Anand, Gurudas V Aras, Sanjiv Lathia, Manisha Mathur, Manohar Samuel, Ketan Sanghvi, and Avinash Mayekar. 

The ColorJet Group – a wide format digital printing technology leader founded in 1995 – is a top exporter of wide-format printers and provides fabric printing solutions. Colorjet’s digital textile machines are known for their performance, sustainable manufacturing, lowest downtime, high value, and ROI. 

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