Brother at the DRUPA 2024
Solutions for textile production

Brother, a leading global supplier of industrial sewing machines and direct-to-textile printers, will be showcasing a wide range of its products in the Touchpoint Textile Area at DRUPA 2024.


Among the innovative solutions that are part of the DRUPA Microfactory are the S-7300A and BAS-311 industrial sewing machines and the BM-2000 bonding machine. Another highlight at the Touchpoint Textile Area is the GTXpro direct-to-garment printer, which, according to Brother, enables manufactured garments to be finished on site with direct-to-film (DTF). This innovative technology is intended to open up new possibilities for the customisation of textiles and offer manufacturers the flexibility to respond quickly to constantly changing market requirements.

Interested visitors can be there when Brother machines from a wide range of sectors are used to produce jerseys and other garments directly at the trade fair and optimise production processes, enabling high-quality products to be created in a short space of time. Visitors will also have the opportunity to talk to experts directly on site and find out more about the latest technologies and trends in textile production.


Founded in Japan in 1908, Brother manufactures a wide range of electronic, industrial and household appliances and is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of direct-to-textile printers and industrial sewing machines. The Brother Group has sales and distribution offices in more than 40 countries around the world and employs more than 40,000 people. The headquarters for the distribution of industrial products such as sewing machines, direct-to-textile printers and, more recently, large format printers for Europe, Africa and the Middle East is located in Emmerich am Rhein. Including the branch in Italy, over 80 employees are responsible for the EMEA region. Emmerich is also the spare parts centre for the above-mentioned region. More than 10,000 machines and machine spare parts are stored there and more than 50 countries are supplied daily from the small town on the Lower Rhine.

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