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Hilord and 3P have decided to partner, where 3P will have distribution rights to Hilord’s textile inks for selected printers. The inks include disperse dye and sublimation for direct and transfer printing in many different mediums, water-based, solvent-based and oil-based inks as well as Hilord’s BIO-SUB inks made with solvents from renewable resources.

Hilord and 3P have decided to partner, where 3P will have distribution rights to Hilord’s textile inks for selected printers. The inks include disperse dye and sublimation for direct and transfer printing in many different mediums, water-based, solvent-based and oil-based inks as well as Hilord’s BIO-SUB inks made with solvents from renewable resources.

“This is a great collaboration of our companies, says Don Balbinder, president and CEO of Hilord.
“We are delighted to extend our close cooperation by launching Hilord ink sale activities,” says Thomas Potz, chairman of 3P Inkjet Textiles AG. “Especially their great new ink solution offers our solvent printing customers a world of new applications. Just by replacing solvent ink with Hilord’s BIO-SUB ink, the tradition solvent printer turns into a dye sublimation textile printer.”

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