14. March 2019 | Technology & Machinery

Epson Germany launches distribution for "Monna Lisa"

Epson startet zum neuen Geschäftsjahr 2019/2020 den Direktvertrieb der Serie industrieller Monna Lisa Textildruckmaschinen in DACH
From April 2019, direct sales of Epson Monna Lisa Industrial Textile Printer will start in the DACH region.
Source: Epson

From 1 April 2019, Epson is reorganizing the distribution of its industrial textile printers of the Monna Lisa series in Europe. The new business year will see direct sales of the machines from the subsidiary Epson Deutschland GmbH for the regions Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

Key Account Manager Industrial Textile Printing will be Gerrit Schlottmann (46), who has been with the company since 2001 and most recently as Key Account Manager responsible for sales of professional large-format printers. As in his previous position, he reports to Frank Schenk, Head of Professional Graphics and Industrial Printing.

With the takeover of Robustelli (Monna Lisa-Drucker) and For.Tex (Genesta inks) in 2016, Epson has acquired the necessary know-how about machine and ink chemistry. Both Robustelli and For.Tex are now 100 percent subsidiaries of the Japanese manufacturer.

edited by Petra Gottwald

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