Polyprint, a direct-to-garment (DTG) printer manufacturer, announces a subsidiary in America, Polyprint USA Inc.
Aiming to address the demand for TexJet printers in the U.S., the company increases its global footprint with Polyprint USA, based in Charlotte, North Carolina. This new entity operates fully staffed and stocked in hopes of forming a closer bond with its U.S. customer base.
“We are devoted to creating a local supply chain of Polyprint products to help apparel decorators grow by offering state-of-the-art, yet affordable, DTG products. Polyprint USA will be our direct link to clients by providing full access to our products, support system, and ongoing educational services,” states George Benglopoulos, Polyprint’s CEO.
Polyprint aims to streamline its efficiency by delivering local customer support and producing business opportunities through strategic growth throughout the U.S. with selected dealers. The company continues its partnership with Ryonet, which sells TexJet DTG printers throughout America.
Newly appointed CEO Luke Ryerkerk heads the U.S. team. Ryerkerk brings extensive experience in both DTG and screen printing technology to the role.
Ryerkerk comments, “I am looking forward to helping the DTG community improve by educating passionate people. We’re here to help anyone interested in DTG technology and support them in reaching their business goals. There is nothing more satisfying than witnessing business owners start and grow their company successfully.”