Nazdar, M&R Printing Equipment Announce Partnership

M&R Printing Gear, North America’s largest producer of printed attire adorning gear, and Nazdar Ink Applied sciences announce an unique improvement and OEM provider settlement for M&R’s POLARIS Excessive Velocity Industrial Direct to Garment (DTG) Printing System, and QUATRO Direct to Movie (DTF) Switch Printer.

Underneath the settlement, M&R and Nazdar are increasing an current relationship that started a number of years in the past with the joint improvement of the high-performance SAPPHIRE Inks used on the Polaris DTG Printing System to incorporate an ink set for M&R’s lately launched QUATRO DTF Switch Printer.

Moreover, M&R has executed an OEM provider, and world logistics settlement to make sure an uninterrupted provide of those inkjet merchandise for M&R prospects and seller companions.

“Whereas all these OEM provider relationships are very not often made public, we felt that that our prospects would profit in figuring out that M&R was combining our 38 years’ expertise within the design and manufacture of high-performance printed attire adorning gear, with Nazdar’s greater than 100 years of expertise within the improvement of specialty inks and coatings for textile, graphic and industrial functions,” Danny Sweem, M&R CEO, mentioned.

“We’re proud to work with our associate, M&R, to develop and ship inks for his or her industry-leading gear,” added Richard Bowles, Nazdar president and CEO. “The long-standing relationship between our two corporations has been the inspiration for our profitable innovation of the Polaris and Quatro digital attire inks.

“Presenting the Nazdar Ink Applied sciences model subsequent to M&R’s is an thrilling step ahead to instill confidence within the buyer by means of our shared dedication to high-quality requirements,” Bowles famous. “We stay up for partnering with M&R to develop options to satisfy the long run wants of the digital inkjet attire market and facilitate even higher efficiency and productiveness going ahead.” 

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