2016上海国际数码印花工业展览会

Speaker

  • Tansy Fall
  • Editor, Digital Textile and IoTex
  • WTiN

  • Tansy is editor of b2b print magazines Digital Textile, which reports on the digital textile print sector, and IoTex, which focuses on the digitalisation of the textile value chain. Tansy also provides content for the online Effects channel and is responsible for developing multimedia content for WTiN.com. In addition, Tansy acted as Desk Editor for the ITMA Asia Show Daily newspaper, India ITME newspaper, and IndoIntertex newspapers in 2016. Tansy has a Master’s degree in literature from the University of Leeds, UK.
    Digital Textile Printing- Global Market Overview
    The presentation will explore the current size and shape of the digital textiles market and highlight where key growth markets are currently within the industry, forecasting growth areas for future.
  • Denis Jahic
  • Area Sales Manager - Digital Textiles
  • Digital Textiles, SPGPrints B.V.

  • Denis has worked with Stork/SPGPrints since 1995.
    After studying electro technical engineering, he began his career in R&D, becoming involved in digital printing from the early beginnings – first in the development and production of print heads for digital printing (graphic and textile), before joining the service department as product specialist for digital printers, and later as application colour specialist.
    Over the last 10 years, Denis has worked as sales manager, responsible for digital textile sales activities within SPG Prints, with a particular focus on the Asian market.
    “Digital textile is my passion, and I was always interested in helping the customers in the digitalisation process and switching them from traditional printing over to digital printing,” he says.
    Cradle-To-Grave or Cradle-To-Gate Using Digital Textile Printing Solutions
    This presentation will apply the life cycle inventory analysis to assess the environmental impact of digital printing technology compared to rotary screen printing.
  • Jing Zheng
  • Deputy General Manager
  • Hang Zhou Hong Hua Digital
    Technology Ltd. (ATEXCO)
  • Deputy General manager of Atexco, Jing has more than 10 years’ experience as sales director for the Chinese domestic market.
    He says: “Atexco is the industrial inkjet specialist. We have played a pivotal role in the adaptation of digital printing technologies in different sectors of business and industry. Our customer benefits from our inkjet competence, as we are not only offering the best technology and ink for the fabrics in China, but also service and education support to make digital textile printing a competitive advantage for them.
    “Now, Atexco invests in VEGAone, the single-pass inkjet technology, and we set the benchmark in case of production speed, printing quality and reliability.”
    Single Pass Machine for China Market
  • Charles Xie
  • Sales Director for Great China

  • FUJIFILM Dimatix Inc

  • This year marks 10 years at Fujifilm Dimatix Inc for Charles, where he resides as sales director for Greater China. Having graduated from Beijing Institute of Printing in July 1994, his first role in the industry was in the same year, in colour management at Beijing Pioneer Electronic Color Separation. Charles later moved into sales in 1999, when he joined ScitexVision as an application engineer, before moving on to Scitex Vision, which was purchased by HP, as HP sales manager of wide format printers.
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  • Kim Namwon
  • Deputy General Manager and Creative Director
  • Zhejiang Walan Culture &
    Creative Co., Ltd
  • An award-winning Korean designer, Kim is also deputy general manager and creative director of Zhenjiang Walan & Creative Co Ltd. He began his career in 2004, providing Invogue and other New York design companies with design techniques and sales communication. He went on to be the chief of Seoul Textile Design Center, before cooperating with Zhejiang Modern Textile Industry Research Institute, training designers and developing new pattern designs at Design Art Center.
    Design Trends in Digital Textile Printing
  • Michele Riva
  • Sales & Marketing Director

  • EFI Reggiani

  • In 1996, Michele began his career in textile machinery with his company RPR – Officine Meccaniche Riva, operating in the spinning machinery segment.
    He says: “RPR is a market leader, definitively the best choice available on the market in terms of productivity and quality for any kind of yarn and process.”
    Over the years, Michele has increased his knowledge working in the sales & marketing department for spinning, twisting, printing and finishing.
    In 2011, he took the role of sales and marketing director of Reggiani Macchine, now part of EFI Reggiani.
    Digital Textile Ecosystem - Complete Fast Fashion Workflow
    EFI has assembled a unique solution for the fast-fashion market. From design to print to cut-and-sew, to the finished garment, the workflow makes it easy to collaborate globally and reduces the cost of both sample making and the manufacture of small-lot apparel. This presentation will explain how EFI’s Digital Textile Ecosystem is revolutionising the fast-fashion market by reducing the need to ship expensive samples around the globe, speeding up the design and manufacturing process.
  • Luca Sandron
  • International Sales Manager
  • Inèdit Software

  • Luca has worked with Inèdit since July 2016, and heads up international sales, with a special focus on Asia. Luca graduated from Italy in Chinese language and International relations with a Master’s degree from Zhejiang University (Hangzhou).
    Luca’s sales product portfolio includes Invdit products – from the design management in Photoshop to the ripping and printing phase, as well as image cataloging Inèdit’s web-based neoCatalog. Passionate about travel, Luca’s goal is to learn as much as possible from the textile industry around the world and use his knowledge to help Inèdit grow faster and better.
    Colour Precision in Digitally-Printed Textiles
    Digital printers regularly encounter glitches in colour matching. This presentation will discuss the importance of colour management software and techniques of getting the perfect colour on the fabric.
  • Oriol Martinez-Riba
  • Business Developer
  • Inèdit Software

  • Oriol leads the product development process at Inèdit Software, where he brings together customers’ demand and the Inèdit team’s ideas to provide the digital printing sector with a complete package of quality solutions. These solutions include a wide range of possibilities including design to printer driving, and tools for design management.
    Oriol began his fast-paced career in the digital printing sector eight years ago in Barcelona, where he collaborated with textile producers and printer distributors all over the world. The knowledge and experience embedded in this network sets the ground for developing pioneer solutions that move forward digital printing possibilities.
    Colour Precision in Digitally-Printed Textiles
    Digital printers regularly encounter glitches in colour matching. This presentation will discuss the importance of colour management software and techniques of getting the perfect colour on the fabric.