ColorJet shows textile printing technology at Gartex 2023

Hosted Darshana Jardosh, Union State Minister of Textiles

Union State Minister, Darshana Jardosh (middle) at the ColorJet stall in Gartex exhibition.

ColorJet, a provider of digital printing solutions, demonstrated its high-quality Vastrajet K2 and high-speed Sublixpress at Gartex Texprocess India 2023 held between 3-5 August at Pragati Maidan, Delhi-NCR.

ColorJet’s participation in the Gartex exhibition provided a platform for the company to showcase its latest advancements in digital printing technology. With live demonstrations of its textile printing solutions, its booth was flooded with visitors inquiring about the machines.

According to the company, the highlight of the event was the presence of the Union State Minister, Darshana Jardosh, who graced the ColorJet booth with her visit. The Minister not only expressed keen interest in the showcased machines but also personally observed the live demonstrations. This unique opportunity allowed the Minister to witness firsthand the transformative potential of ColorJet’s printing solutions in the textile industry.

Contributing to approximately one-fifth of the country’s industrial production. The textile industry has one of the most substantial roles in the nation’s economic growth and employment generation, said the company.

Speaking on the occasion, Chairman of ColorJet Group M. S Dadu extended his sincere appreciation to Darshana Jardosh for taking the time to visit the booth and witness the company’s efforts in textile printing technology. “As a leading player in the digital textile-printing sector, ColorJet remains dedicated to revolutionizing the industry in alignment with the needs of the customers,” said Dadu. 

He adds “The company’s commitment to providing innovative and customer-centric solutions has been at the forefront of its success. As ColorJet continues to push the envelope in digital printing, the company remains committed to providing cutting-edge solutions that empower textile businesses and industries to achieve new levels of creativity, efficiency, and success.”

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