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Kornit Digital presents future of on-demand, sustainable textile production at ITM 2022

Kornit Digital Ltd. (NASDAQ: KRNT) (‘Kornit’), a worldwide market leader in sustainable, on-demand digital fashion and textile production technologies, announced today it is breaking the barriers for fulfillers and brands to realize the full potential of sustainable, digital production. The company is set to challenge the digital textile production status quo with a first-of-its-kind experience at ITM 2022, June 14th through June 18th with an integrated showcase of its latest innovations at the MatSet A.S. Booth – Hall 5, 507A. Presented in conjunction with MatSet A.S., one of Turkey’s largest distributors of digital printing technology, these solutions represent the new possibilities for high-quality, on-demand and sustainable production.

Figure 1: At Kornit Fashion Week Tel Aviv 2022, designer Shai Shalom used the power of Kornit Atlas MAX to digitally print on leather bags with vibrant colors. Courtesy: Avi Waldman

Throughout the five-day industry event at Istanbul’s Tüyap Fair and Congress Center, the company will engage attendees with its portfolio of single-step, digital direct-to-garment (DTG) and direct-to- fabric (DTF) production solutions based on its game-changing MAX technology. These solutions allow fulfillers and brands to enjoy unmatched retail-quality applications, including 3D, vinyl, screen, dye sublimation, and embroidery effects – all in one solution. Kornit is setting the pace across industries.

Spanning from apparel, sportswear, home décor, accessories, custom fabrics, and other diverse to high- fashion textile – Kornit’s end-to-end digitized production workflow and lean, agile and profitable just- in-time fulfillment enables its customers to establish fast and integrated production workflows for superior quality and durability with a smaller physical footprint.

Figure 2: Kornit Presto MAX was on full display at Kornit Fashion Week London 2022 as designer Preen’s collection included a display of home décor designs of beds and bedding featuring duvets and pillows made of satin and printed on Kornit Presto MAX. Courtesy: Haydon Perrior

To enhance profitability and growth, fulfillers can align with Kornit to capitalize on the most advanced technology and ecosystem to create new business relationships and answer opportunities quickly. Brands can partner with this growing network of Kornit-enabled producers through Kornit’s unique Global Fulfiller Network and establish demand-driven fulfillment models closer to the end consumer – eliminating waste and supply chain vulnerability.

“As ITM finally returns to a large-scale event after several years of absence, we are excited to highlight our continued work alongside fulfillers, brands, and creators to solve their most difficult textile production challenges. Kornit’s relentless research and development, vision, diligence, and innovation will create a visionary experience for ITM attendees – opening eyes to what digital can be, how it transforms the industry, and new ways to unleash creativity with the quality, durability, accessibility, and performance our marketplace desperately needs,” said Chris Govier, President at Kornit EMEA.

“With Kornit’s latest innovations of sustainable, on-demand offerings, there’s nothing keeping our network of customers, partners, designers, and brands from achieving their own vision and driving the much-needed disruption the market requires.”

The suite of Kornit’s game-changing innovations on display at the event includes the Kornit Atlas MAX and Kornit Presto MAX.

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