SENFA Decoprint to be showcased on Soyang Europe with stand at Sign & Digital 2017
SENFA, the Alsace, France-based Technical Textiles division of the Chargeurs Group, will be showcasing its Decoprint fabric on UK distributor Soyang Europe’s stand (C60) at the upcoming Sign & Digital UK event. The show takes place at the NEC Birmingham between March 28-30, 2017
Since its introduction in 2004, SENFA’s flagship product ‘Decoprint Pearl’ has become a world leading fabric for backlit display applications installed in lightboxes in retail outlets, shopping malls and airports all over the world. The smooth finish, the perfect diffusion of light, the excellent white point and – of course – all the necessary fire certifications, renders it the number one choice for many international brands.
“Textile printing remains a big growth area for the industry,” comments Mark Mashiter, Soyang Europe’s managing director. “It’s tactile, lightweight, easy to use and has great green credentials so we’re confident this market will continue to expand. Our highly-experienced team of specialists will be on hand at the show to give advice, whether it’s for a textile application or any other area of digital printing.”
Blaise Humphries, Decoprint’s business unit manager, adds: “We’re delighted that Soyang has chosen to highlight our Decoprint textile at Sign & Digital UK 2017. There’s been healthy growth in this sector and we have many new Decoprint products in the pipeline which we plan to bring to the wider market over the next few months.”
Based in Alsace, France, SENFA is the Technical Textiles division of the Chargeurs Group and had an annual turnover of EUR 25 million in 2015. From its manufacturing plant in eastern France, SENFA distributes its ever-expanding range of Decoprint® solutions which includes a wide range of specially coated fabrics made from synthetic and natural fibres for inkjet and transfer printing.
The Chargeurs Group is a global manufacturing and services group with leading positions in four segments: Protective Films, Interlining for garments, and Wool – as well as Technical Textiles (the SENFA division). With more than 1500 employees worldwide, Chargeurs Group is listed on the French Stock Exchange and has operations in 32 countries spanning all five continents. In 2015, Chargeurs Group turnover was EUR 495 million – of which 93 % was generated outside of France.