Printful to install 50 Kornit systems across the Atlas
Published: 18 March 2021 | No comments yet
Printful has opened three new production facilities in the US as well as in Mexico, Spain and Canada
Printful, a print-on demand and warehousing company with operations all over the globe, has bought more than 50 Kornit Atlas systems as it ramps up its apparel and fashion capabilities.
The installations, which will take place throughout 2021, coincide with Printful’s addition of new production facilities in America (Los Angeles, Dallas and Charlotte) as well as in Mexico, Spain, and Canada and the expansion of its existing facilities globally.
Founded in 2013, Printful has invested more than £30 million in printing equipment during its history and now employs more than 1400 people across North America and Europe. In 2020 it was named among Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 after demonstrating three-year revenue growth of 441%, with more than US $722 million in goods sold by customers through the company’s online platform, and almost 30 million items delivered.
‘Consumers today want customisation and personalisation, social media engagement, responsible and eco-friendly business practices, and instant gratification – whether they’re buying, designing, or building their own personal brand,’ said Printful CEO Davis Siksnans, ‘Kornit’s agile, versatile, efficient technologies power our success by answering those demands with ease, and their quality, reliability, and scalability are a key reason we’re now shipping more than a million finished pieces every month. By bringing our proven production capabilities to more corners of the globe, Printful will be positioned to meet and exceed the demands of today’s creative digital natives for years to come.’
Ronen Samuel, Kornit Digital CEO, added, ‘Printful offers a complete platform to give creators and entrepreneurs worldwide an end-to-end fulfillment experience, from design to production to delivery of a finished product.
‘As an early adopter of Kornit technology, they’ve grown from a small print operation to become a global leader in taking digital creative concepts and making them real. They demonstrate the overwhelming potential of digital transformation, creating a mega-marketplace that empowers enterprising digital natives to conceive and scale their brands.’