Following our success at the previous conference in New York, Coldenhove will also co-sponsor and present at this year’s Japan Digital Textile Conference in Tokyo.
Japan is at the epicentre of inkjet technology, a key country in the development of everything from printheads and components to single pass technology. It’s a country that provides a great deal of technology for this industry. Japan provides not only exponential growth of digital textile printing, it also plays an important role in the sector’s continuing expansion.
Gijsbert Harmsen, Senior Sales Executive, will represent Coldenhove during WTiN 2018. There, he will participate as an industry expert in various discussions and will address the latest advances in technology and key market trends.
Gijsbert’s presentation will again focus on the developments in our portfolio of digital dye sublimation transfer papers. Additionally he will shed light on how to deal with the new market requirements that are challenging paper manufacturers to come up with environmentally friendly and sustainable solutions.
This is a theme in which we have recently invested a lot of time. A subject that is influencing our perspective for the future. Gijsbert’s key points will be:
- How do we determine the optimal dye sublimation paper for a print job?
- Coated vs. uncoated papers – what’s the difference?
- Customer case highlights
Coldenhove aims to remain consistent with the approach of knowledge sharing and education as we believe these will continue to play a crucial role in the industry's development. We will therefore maintain our presence at conferences and conventions all over the world.