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Atexco’s reasonable high-end printers can be a go to solution for Bangladesh

“Atexco’s high-end printers are a great solution against the global unstable supply chain, rising production cost and other issues,” said Atexco’s South East Asia regions Sales Manager Jason.

He made the remark on the 3-year celebration of Atexco’s high-performance digital printer in Bangladesh organized by Atexco’s Bangladesh representative Dysin Group at a hotel in Dhaka on 3 November.

Figure 1: Dysin and Atexco teams in the event.

In his presentation, Jason also said, “Atexco is a leading printer provider in the world. We have around 30 years of experience in the industry. Not just the printers rather we are also leaders in giving unparalleled after-sales service, ink, spare parts and software. Due to our global commitment to providing low-cost – but high-performance printers and service – we have surpassed leading European printer makers and now we are the leading printer provider in the textile industry globally.”

Figure 2: Jason, South East Asia regions Sales Manager, Atexco.

“Recently, Atexco has made a $153 million investment in setting up a new factory. Where 5000 units of digital printers will be produced annually. Atexco’s latest printers have AI Design & color managing software. Which designs will be ready within a couple of minutes. We are also one of the largest makers of ink and spare parts. Atexco has international service centers in 37 countries. Serving around 3000 customers,” Jason added.

“World’s top high-end fashion retailers’ products are being made from our printers.”

Will, International Sales Manager, Atexco said, “We are not just the printer seller, rather we want to provide the whole printing solutions. Atexco is continuously doing investments in R&D so that our products, design and quality remain top in the market.”

“Atexco wants to replace flatbed printing with digital printing solutions in this region – India, Pakistan and Bangladesh – as it has several advantages. We will do this by ensuring the highest quality, guaranteed productivity and lowest cost per meter. Our marketing strategy is to go to flatbed printing customers and highlight the benefits of digital printing solutions.”

Figure 3: Will, International Sales Manager, Atexco.

“We have a very good experience working in the Indian Sub-Continent region. For instance, Atexco is the market leader in Pakistan. We sold 500 printers in the last three years. We set up an ink factory there to ensure low-cost inks to the textile industry.”

He also said, “Atexco’s policy is to move closer to the market. We have a future plan to set up an ink factory here in Bangladesh. Usually, it takes a couple of months for inks and spare parts to arrive in the country. We want to eliminate this lengthy process. Our printer sales here are increasing annually. In 2022, we are expecting to sell 25 to 30 printers. This is a big combined effort of Atexco and Dysin.”

“Most importantly, the textile industry’s support is phenomenal in reaching this height. Our customers already expressed that compare to other brands’ printers, Atexco’s printers are bringing more profitability, as it consumes less energy – 20KW, while other brands’ printers consume 47KW – with quality. ”

Figure 4: Md. Amanur Rahman, Managing Director of Dysin Group.

Md. Amanur Rahman, Managing Director of Dysin Group gave the introductory speech. While Abdullah Al-Mamun, Director, BTMA; Md. Mizanur Rahman, Chairman of Dysin Group were present as a special guest – along with scores of textile and apparel entrepreneurs graced the celebration event.

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Figure 5: Md. Mizanur Rahman, Chairman of Dysin Group.

Dysin Group is Bangladesh’s largest dyestuff and chemicals supplier and technical service provider. Dysin Group is a pioneer in supplying products and techniques to the garments printing and knit dyeing industry. It maintains the largest stock of dyes, chemicals, screen printing consumables, and testing equipment in the country.

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