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Kornit Digital brokers major UK deal with Amaya

Kornit Digital has announced details of a new partnership with Amaya Sales UK as part of a wider effort to enhance its presence in the UK market and capture new business in the garment decoration sector.

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(L to R) Peter Wright, managing director of Amaya; Theo van Bruggen, channel manager at Kornit Digital; Julian Wright, sales director for Amaya; Eyal Manzoor, managing director Europe at Kornit; and Charlotte Darling, financial director for Amaya

Under the agreement, Amaya will serve as an official distributor of Kornit kit in the UK market. The deal will cover all direct-to-garment printing systems within the Kornit product portfolio.

Eyal Manzoor, managing director of Kornit Digital Europe, comments: “Our goal is to work with the leading partners in all regions, and the appointment of Amaya is an important milestone in the process of shaping up our European network of sales partners. 

“Our goal is to optimise the Kornit user experience in all regions of Europe.”

Amaya, which has more than 30 years’ experience in the industry, specialises in garment decoration equipment and associated software and accessories, and managing director Peter Wright sees the addition of Kornit kit as a key turning point for the company.

Adding Kornit to our range of products completes a collection of top of the range brands in the garment decoration industry

Wright expands: “Adding Kornit to our range of products completes a collection of top of the range brands in the garment decoration industry.

“We will grab the chance to promote the leading Kornit range of products with both hands. On the digital print side of our business, we will now be able to offer equipment to companies ranging from small right up to the largest high production printing requirements. 

“It will be an honour working with such a prestigious company, and we look forward to our future relationship.”

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