This year, EFI Reggiani celebrates 75 years in the textile world. As part of its anniversary celebration, the textile technology provider reveals a coming launch of three new digital textile printers.
EFI Reggiani is known for solutions that serve the entire textile process, from yarn treatment to fabric printing and finishing.
“Textile has been in our DNA since the beginning,” says EFI Reggiani senior VP and general manager Adele Genoni. “We are always moving to the next level, thinking ahead and developing high-tech, quality, and reliable products as well as new textile industry solutions and processes. We are proud of achieving this 75 years of innovation milestone.”
“We are also pleased to be a part of the success of so many global textile manufacturers and apparel brands over the past seven decades and into the future,” she adds. “We have very close relationships with our customers, and the collaboration we have together allow us to develop groundbreaking new technologies. The three new printers we are launching this year speak to the legacy and expertise for solutions that have made our technologies a benchmark of productivity and quality ever since the creation of the first Reggiani textile printer in 1946.”
From the creation of its first traditional printer to its latest technologies, EFI Reggiani’s solutions are used in textile manufacturing operations worldwide.
Reggiani Tessile, a fabric manufacturing company in Italy, created the company to meet its needs in machinery development. Then known as Reggiani Macchine, the company started a new chapter in the early 2000s by introducing digital printing technology to its product range. In 2015, Reggiani Macchine joined the Electronics For Imaging family. Since then, EFI Reggiani’s product portfolio has expanded from rotary and flatbed printing machines to scanning/multi-pass digital printers to digital textile printers. The company also manufactures inks used in industrial textile manufacturing.
Today, EFI Reggiani focuses on improving productivity and quality and optimizing the textile manufacturing process while reducing energy use, water consumption, and environmental impact.
EFI Reggiani took the past year to focus on research and development activities, and Genoni believes productivity is key to any solution that will help customers recover and thrive post-pandemic.
“We want to help support our customers in their digital transformation,” she adds. “One of our three new printers is going to target the industrial high-speed segment of the multi-pass textile printing sector.”