MARS FROM VENUS FASHION CHOOSE KORNIT ALLEGRO AT FAST TEXTILE, WARSAW
Print Logistic purchase the Kornit Allegro to expand their Fashion business at the Fast Textile Exhibition, Warsaw
Print Logistic , a long term Kornit DTG printer and one of the most innovative web-to-print business in Poland - decided to take the next logical step, to extend their business to digital pigment printing and invest in the Kornit Allegro “roll to roll” print platform that will allow them to offer the latest fashion prints on a wide variety of fabrics.
Their signature product will be garments with all over prints produced on the Kornit Allegro, under their Mars from Venus brand.
Mars from Venus is a truly cosmic combination! The Kornit Allegro Neo-Pigment inks offered the perfect solution
Mars from Venus offer brightly coloured, unique patterns, with awesome quality. Utilising 100% cotton fabrics which are the main product for the Mars from Venus brand.
Producing vibrant all over Fashion garments individually…and building their business on customised manufacture.
Print Logistic is the first company in Poland that has the Kornit Allegro for digital printing of woven or knitted fabrics on Cotton, Linen, Viscose, and Polyester.
Thanks to the Kornit Allegro’s superb innovative technology, Print Logistics are able to print any meterage, choosing short or long runs, printing any graphic pattern, up to 1.80 m wide, with no need for pre-treatment, and with a unique, vivid colour gamut, made possible using the neon Neo-pigment ink set provided by Kornit.
Based in the Polish city of Łódź - Famous for its fashion cultural heritage – The city of Lodz has been cultivating the best textile industry traditions since the 19th century. Now, using modern technology alongside its deep textile heritage, Lodz produces textiles for the 21st century.
Lodz became an important weaving centre as early as 1820. A century later it already had 677 textile factories, employing a total of 66,800 people. Many of the industrial red-brick buildings have survived to the present day, and after years of crisis following Poland’s democratic transition, Lodz is getting back to its old self and rebuilding its Textile Industry.
The city’s textile industry now employs over 31,000 people, and its research centres strive to regenerate the area whilst utilising modern innovative textile design solutions.