Bliss Impex, an international manufacturer of synthetic textiles, printing fabrics and apparel fabrics, has acquired four Durst Alpha systems – three Alpha 190 Reactive machines and one Durst Alpha 180 printer for polyester work.
These four Durst machines are a part of a €6 million investment in a temperature-controlled digital production center for the Bliss Impex Group, which employs 300 people and has a €17.5 million turnover.
Their cost-effective, proven digital technology enables industrial scale production of over 10,000,000 linear meters a month and is expected to replace Bliss Impex’s conventional textile printing set-up within three years. With virtually no wastage, no limitations to color configurations and GOTS-certified inks, Bliss Impex is confident of fast-tracking future growth through these machines. The Alphas use the Durst One-Step GOTS-certified reactive ink, which was specially developed for the Alpha Series of printers.
The Delhi-based company has pledged to invest in more systems from Durst, a manufacturer of advanced digital and production technology, in a seismic change to industrial digital textile production.
Durst is the first choice and a preferred partner for the transformation and digitisation of industrial production processes. Brand owners and designers are increasingly demanding that their orders be printed on the four Durst production systems to benefit from the fast turnaround requirements where orders can be processed and delivered within two days, instead of a previous typical 15-30 day cycle.