Ashan Dhunna: Durst saw many new customers in 2020

Ashan Dhunna, Durst India say, "Overall for Durst, 2020 started well with a high number of order intake globally for P5 350."

20 Jan 2021 | By PrintWeek Team

Ashan Dhunna, Durst India

2020 in review
The backlog helped us to still deliver a solid business and keep our production sites in Brixen and Lienz busy. Now, we are seeing customers restart talks about new investment plans. This gives us some cautious optimism for 2021. This year, Durst also acquired the majority stake in US printer manufacturer Vanguard Digital Printing.

Doing business during pandemic
We do not expect an immediate return to normalcy, which is why we have developed and implemented concepts for virtual presentations and webcasts. Durst India will support these meetings as best as we can. We are looking forward to the opportunity to take the next step into normalcy.

Plans for 2021
We are optimistic for new beginnings in 2021. Durst is ready with new product lines in LFP category, both for signage and textile segments. The P5 350 HS is a new high productive printer model that, combined with the Durst Automat, the new solution for a fully automated printing workflow by the Durst Software, makes your production processes way more efficient.

Investment stories
Durst has seen many new customers in 2020 in every product line. Within India, we have progressed to fine-tune our strategies to strengthen our relations with current customers and new businesses.

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