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Stork Prints has reached an agreement for Jet Technologies Indonesia to become its distributing partner for the graphics printing portfolio in the region.
This will grow the existing relationship between Stork Prints and Jet Technologies in Australia and New Zealand.
Jet Technologies is a specialist importer and distributor of products to the printing and packaging industries, with offices and staff across Australia, New Zealand and now Indonesia.
From June 1, Jet Technologies will distribute screen printing products, such as RotaMesh and RotaPlate, made by the Dutch company, in Indonesia.
Stork Prints said the partnership will strengthen its presence in South East Asia and its narrow web market.
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Wilfried Koopman, managing director of graphics at Stork Prints, said: ‘We are very enthusiastic about extending our partnership with Jet Technologies to Indonesia. We have been working with Jet Technologies for several years now and the company has proven to be a solid name in the label printing market in Australia and New Zealand.
‘We are confident that our partnership will lead to better levels of satisfaction and improved service for our customers throughout the Indonesian islands.’
Jack Malki, director at Jet Technologies, added: ‘Our partnership with Stork Prints has been successful for many years due largely to the technical support and abilities of our local team. We look forward to extending the same model to Indonesia, where clients can benefit from local expertise.’
Pictured (from left): David Reece, Arman Mampuk, Yanuar Emilius and Jack Malki from Jet Technologies and Jet Technologies Indonesia