Alloys, the company that describes themselves as the non-traditional IT distributor has bagged the DTG fabric printer distribution rights for the Australia and New Zealand region.

Dave Guttman of Alloys said that DTG (Direct to Garment) digital printers feature the very latest generation print head technology as well as a patented white ink management system (WIMS).

dtg_printer.jpgAlloys will appoint a series of specialist resellers as part of their solution offering within their Print and Imaging division.

Dave Guttman stated that both resellers and end users have an unparalled return on investment opportunity by partnering with Alloys and DTG at the ground level of this very young industry. "It's really exciting to be collaborating with the inventors of the technology rather than a representative of the manufacturer. Our channel partners have a real opportunity to pave the way for new innovations in the Australian non traditional printer market."

The partnership was celebrated recently with a product launch at Alloys Business Centre in Melbourne, where resellers were given demonstrations of the new DTG Viper garment printer printing T-Shirts.

Alloys Print and Imaging division feature products ranging from consumer inkjets to high end colour laser printers, as well as specialist printing solutions.


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