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Mass-market apparel brands and retailers can’t win in the next decade without speeding up and transforming to a demand-focused model closer to the consumer. © Kornit

 
18/01/2021 – Sustainability: Reshaping supply chains

Sustainability: Reshaping supply chains

Kornit: Production near by the clients

Apparel brands and retailers in Europe are finding they can no longer pursue business as usual. By  Iris Schlomski
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04/01/2021 – The touch of sustainable fashion on demand

The touch of sustainable fashion on demand

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The comfort that fashion should offer now has priority. Additionally, the criticisms against “fast fashion” have been gaining for some time now. By  Iris Schlomski
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As QTCo and countless other satisfied Kornit customers continue to demonstrate, being able to provide retail-quality, responsibly-made apparel quickly, in any quantity, and without design limitations is a solid business plan for success and growth. © Kornit

 
18/12/2020 – E-Commerce surge

E-Commerce surge

QTCo increases investment in Kornit Digital

Australian apparel manufacturer QTCo increases investment in Kornit Digital, answering E-Commerce surge. By  Iris Schlomski
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As a leader in the apparel and fashion industry, Kornit considers sustainability to be a core company value and focuses its best efforts and resources on minimizing the company’s environmental footprint. © Kornit

 
16/12/2020 – Why sustainably matters

Why sustainably matters

Kornit: Minimizing the company’s environmental footprint

Kornit offers digital printing solutions that are more environmentally friendly than both traditional and other digital printing methods in the industry. By  Iris Schlomski
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Kornit Microfactory. The lean and efficient model addresses many of today’s market needs. © Kornit

 
15/12/2020 – The major gains in the Microfactory model

The major gains in the Microfactory model

Kornit’s Microfactory approach

With a reverse business model and reverse supply chain approach, the customer can buy the product and only then is it manufactured. By  Iris Schlomski
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“We are sustainable. We don’t have to create more water waste or use more resources.” Catarina Lopes, Calvi. © Kornit Digital

 
12/11/2020 – Production on demand

Production on demand

Kornit Digital: Calvi has implemented the Kornit Avalanche HD6 system

Calvi achieves an efficient, eco-conscious production on demand with Kornit Digital. By  Iris Schlomski