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CMYUK builds new facility

CMYUK, a supplier of large-format digital printers, cutting equipment, and materials, plans to build a new Digital Textile Development facility in Shrewsbury.

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The new facility will be an extension of CMYUK’s existing Demonstration and Training Centre in Shrewsbury

The facility will be an extension of its existing Demonstration and Training centre and will showcase the firm’s digital textile printing equipment and associated technologies.

The building of the new facility comes shortly after the appointment of Brett Platt as digital textile division manager. Platt will work on establishing the research and development infrastructure to bring new fabrics to the market.

The centre will enable CMYUK to expand on its growth in the textile digital print market both on production equipment and on the development of new textile materials for the emerging décor, design and fashion markets.

We’re really excited to announce this further investment into our infrastructure, setting out our stall to become the UK’s market-leading supplier for digital textile production equipment and materials. Our objective will be developing and proving coatings to support their expanding range of natural and man-made fabrics from cottons, linens and polyesters. We will be a one-stop supplier for equipment and material for companies of all sizes

Research and development will play a large part in the growth of the new division, which has already established close product development programmes with a number of key textile and equipment manufacturing partners.

Robin East, group director of CMYUK says: “We’re really excited to announce this further investment into our infrastructure, setting out our stall to become the UK’s market-leading supplier for digital textile production equipment and materials.

“Our objective will be developing and proving coatings to support their expanding range of natural and man-made fabrics from cottons, linens and polyesters. We will be a one-stop supplier for equipment and material for companies of all sizes.”

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