IN PRICEY ARGENTINA, DIGITAL PRINTING CATCHES ON

HIGH textile industry production costs in Argentina are encouraging manufacturers to look at investments in digital fabric printing to give them the flexibility they need to compete against imports and in export markets. At a recent textile trade fair this month (April) in Buenos Aires, digital technology was all the buzz. “Digital printing is growing a lot in Argentina,” said Sebastián Chapur, managing director of Agentex, a Buenos Aires textile machinery distributor that recently started marketing ArioPrint, a digital printer made by Italy’s Arioli ...


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