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Durst produces ink in India

Durst produces ink in India

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Durst, the specialist is continuing its global development with a joint venture in India. The new enterprise,VetroCER, is based in Greater Noida (New Delhi) and was set up in collaboration with Ceradecor, Durst’slocal sales partner of three years standing. Together they have installed in excess of 40 Durst Gamma Ceramic Printers and provide a service structure with 18 employees.

Now, with the establishment of VetroCER, the partnership will distribute Durst’sindustrial inkjet printer systems for the decoration of glass tin order to o expand the potential range of applications in the architectural, automotive and interior design sectors.

Durst first introduced the new Rho Vectrocer Glass Printer, which uses inorganic inks produced by VetroCER, at Glasstec 2014 in Düsseldorf, Germany. The ink lab in the Durst Research and Development Center in Lienz, Austria will oversee the ink formulation and quality control.

Commenting on this latest development, ChristophGamper, CEO of Durst Phototechnik AG said:´We are very pleased to further strengthen our successful partnership with Ceradecor and the entrepreneurial Verma family and this joint venture demonstrates our mutual confidence that we will be able to achieve our business objectives together. Ceradecor has the knowledge required for ink production and has been working with our research department for some time now. This combination of our competences for glass printing will once again result in a successful implementation of Durst’s feature single source concept.”

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