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Epson pushes for sustainable printing with ‘Go Big’ campaign

Digital imaging and printing solutions company Epson urges businesses to be bold and to go all out on details with “Go Big,” Epson’s newest campaign dedicated to its wide range of commercial and industrial (C&I) printing and labeling solutions.

With an expected growth in the C&I print and label market due to the consumers’ preferential shift toward customization and personalization of products, businesses are gearing toward solutions that can deliver versatile and high-quality output with less time and less impact on the environment.

One of the fastest-growing sectors embracing this market shift is the sports apparel manufacturing industry, which is continuously gaining more customers due to the increasing demand for customized sports apparel and uniforms year-on-year.

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Digital textile printing allows manufacturers to print even the most complex designs and easily personalize uniforms with the name and number of each player with speed and efficiency.

In addition to supporting businesses through high performance and high-quality outputs, Epson’s C&I product range helps companies cut overall business running costs while reducing carbon footprint and ensuring safe printing solutions. Utilizing digital textile printers, like Epson’s SureColor F-Series, can help reduce water consumption by 60% and chemical usage and power consumption by 55% compared to traditional analog printing. With an Eco Passport Certification, Epson’s textile inks also meet international safety standards for chemical substances used in textile production[2].

To help more partners in the C&I sector achieve business transformation through efficiency and sustainability, Epson rolls out its “Go Big” campaign which urges customers to go all out on fashion, industrial plans, signage, product branding, photography and more through Epson’s efficient, compact and precision textile, technical, signage, label and photo printers.

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