Durst back in production as Italy restarts

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Digital inkjet solutions developer Durst is back in production, following the Italian government's introduction of Phase 2 of its lockdown.

Innovation: Matt Ashman (left) and Christof Gamper welcome printers to the opening of Durst Oceania
Innovation: Durst Oceania MD Matt Ashman (left) and Durst CEO Christof Gamper welcome printers to the opening of Durst Oceania

Durst's main production site is in Brixen, northern Italy, near the epicentre of the deadly Italian Covid-19 outbreak that has closed down the country for the past two months.

However, the wide format, label, and textile digital print solutions manufacturer has now been given the all-clear to begin manufacturing again, in compliance with the necessary safety measures.

The majority of the Durst team can be reached again at the headquarters in Brixen, and the Customer Experience Center is available again for customer appointments, machine demonstrations, and acceptance tests.

“Of course, Durst does not expect an immediate return to ‘normality’, which is why concepts for virtual presentations and webcasts have been developed in the past few weeks and are now being implemented in a timely manner for interaction with the stakeholders.”

Durst will provide information on the respective offers and measures on the website www.durst-group.com and on social channels.

International customers, including those in Australia and New Zealand, can also contact the local Durst branch for individual inquiries and priorities. Durst Oceania opened  in Melbourne at the end of last year.

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