Thailands Social Development and Human Security Minister Juti Krairirk presented Outstanding Females Award to Natpraparn Junlamoon at the headquarter of Social Development and Human Security Ministry Bangkok, Thailand

Karin Sarasin Thailand’s Chairman of the Thai Chamber of Commerce, together with Khunying Natthika Wattanavekin Angubolkul, President of the Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Associations of Thailand Under The Royal Patronage of H.M. The Queen of Thailand, presented this year’s 2018 Outstanding Businesswoman of Thailand award” to Natpraparn Junlamoon on the 1st of December 2018 at Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre, Bangkok, Thailand.

Kidd+Zigrino (K+Z) Corporation Ltd. has developed various machinery for creating solutions for textile printing, dyeing, and finishing, with wide ranges of products

Mr. Zigrino explores many insights of the company along with many other aspects. Here is the glimpse of the discussion for the readers.

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24-02-18 Kidd+Zigrino, the manufacturer of machinery for textile printing, dyeing and finishing, was among approximately 1,100 exhibitors from 36 countries; exhibited at DTG, the Bangladesh’s biggest trade fair for machines of the textile and clothing industry held from 8-11 February, 2018 at the Bangabandhu International Conference Center in Dhaka. The company attended the event on the stand of its regional agent, the ZMZ Associates Ltd and was pleased with its participation in the exhibition. At present, Bangladesh is the strongest market for Kidd+Zigrino and other textile machinery manufacturers.  The company has been operating business in Bangladesh for a long time, thus the reason why Kidd+Zigrino attends the DTG exhibition every year for networking and to have fruitful discussion with customers whom are operating Kidd+Zigrino machines.

On the 5th of April, 2018, at the seminar organized by Peraga Expo, Mr. Giuseppe Zigrino, our managing director was a guest speaker, discussing on the technology innovation textile printing. According to Mr. Zigrino, he is not certain whether digital printing machines will be the future of textile printing for big scale textile producers. This is because there are many drawbacks to this type of textile printing. Digital printing offered much lower speed than traditional printing methods and are more expensive in higher quantity print runs. A digital printing machine comparable production speed to a rotary screen printer is dependent to the number of printing heads which are installed on the digital printing machine.  The cost of the machine to print say 200 cm wide fabric at say 25 Mts/Minute is reported to cost over 2.3 Million Euros! whereby for the same price, one can purchase at least 3 - rotary screen printing machines, with each rotary printing machine being capable of printing (on just Knitted Fabric alone) at over 25 Mts./Minute, or at 45 to 60 Mts./Minute on woven fabrics. In addition, the cost of the dyestuffs for digital printing machines are still quite high, in comparison to the conventional screen printing systems. Mr. Zigrino also mentioned that the pigment dyes dark shades print results are not yet satisfactorily accepted. It is also understood that in order to avoid dyestuff blockages, that at present, each digital printing machines can only be used for printing with only a specific type of dyestuff. For instance, one machine to print reactive dyes and one machine to print disperse, etc.

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