Durst takes over Aleph
to strengthen sustainable digital printing

Durst has announced the strategic acquisition of Aleph to expand its range of sustainable digital textiles and décor solutions. This will strengthen Durst’s position in water-based and sustainable printing technologies.

Aleph has carved a niche for itself over the last two decades, evolving from a software house and distributor of textile consumables to an independent manufacturer of innovative digital water-based printing machines. As part of the Durst Group, Aleph is helping to strengthen the combined market position, expand the product offering and enhance customer value through its expertise in environmentally friendly applications, high-resolution textile software and pioneering solutions for water-based poster printing.

The digital printing markets have experienced rapid growth in recent years as the propensity for environmentally friendly, customised products increases. In line with this trend, both Durst Group AG, Bressanone/Italy, and Aleph Srl, Lurate Caccivio/Italy, aim to optimally combine high-performance printing systems with environmentally friendly ink systems, supported by comprehensive process expertise and integrated software solutions.

The strategic acquisition aims to capitalise on the synergies between Durst’s global presence and extensive sourcing network and Aleph’s expertise in sustainable digital solutions for textiles and décor. This move fits well with the company’s goal to diversify its offering and meet the evolving needs of its global customer base. During the integration process, both Durst Group and Aleph are committed to ensuring a smooth transition for customers, partners and employees.

Durst Group AG
Durst Group AG employs over 700 people worldwide and has its headquarters in Brixen, South Tyrol/Italy. In addition to the company management, the central departments for research and development, production, marketing, sales, logistics and service are located here. Bressanone is also the main production site for industrial printing systems. Its core business is digital inkjet printing and the associated ecosystem of printing inks, software and services.

aleph srl
aleph specialises in the development and manufacture of advanced direct-to-fabric and direct-to-paper inkjet printers for the textile and visual communication industries and offers integrated total solutions. Founded in 1999 and headquartered in the heart of the Italian textile district of Como, the company has become an international player in the field of digital printing and is present in the world’s most important textile markets with an extensive distribution network.

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