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Kornit Digital Opens North American Headquarters in New Jersey

The New Jersey facility replaces the company's initial North American headquarters in New Jersey.

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Israel-based textile printer manufacturer Kornit Digital announces the opening of its new North American Headquarters and Experience Center in Englewood, New Jersey.

Th occasion represents a significant investment in the North American market, the company says, and it will facilitate long-term opportunities to showcase and demonstrate its complete line of digital textile printing systems, consumables, and accessories to customers, partners, and innovators considering adding such technology to their print strategies.

“Thank you for seeing the future, and deciding to go digital,” Shai Terem, president of Kornit Digital North America, told those who attended the recent grand opening of the facility. “Thank you for choosing Kornit, thank you for sticking with us through many challenges, and thank you for joining us in the grand opening of our new headquarters.”

According to Terem, the expansive new facility is the manifestation of Kornit’s customer obsession, a commitment to scaling up to meet the needs of today’s on-demand world while partnering with customers, growing with them, and ensuring their success and growth.

At the grand opening, CEO Ronen Samuel had with a presentation on Kornit’s long-term vision for transforming the decorated textiles industry in the e-commerce economy, and vice president of global business, Gilad Yron, and several Kornit partners and customers also spoke. It was also the first appearance of Kornit’s Storm HD6 printing system in North America.

The new New Jersey facility takes the place of the company’s original North American headquarters in Wisconsin.

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Tony Kindelspire

Tony Kindelspire is the former digital content editor of Sign & Digital Graphics & WRAPS magazines.

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