Originally written and published at print21.com.au
Jet Tech expands in growing Melbourne market
Jet Technologies is opening a new ink testing facility in Melbourne and has added two ink and adhesives specialists to cater to a growing Melbourne market.
“The Jet Technologies ink testing facility is set to open in mid to late November to support the growing Melbourne market for the print and finishing trade.,” says Matt Vaughn, marketing manager.
“Jet aims to support the urgency for faster ink colour matching and enable a quicker ink matching and proofing service. There has been an increasing demand in exact formulations to match a Puretone ink for specific customer requirements.”
The new ink and adhesives blending and testing facility will be incorporated into Jet’s existing warehouse at Braeside in Melbourne’s south-east, complementing facilities that Jet already operates across Australia, New Zealand and Indonesia.
The technology supplier has also opened a new office adjacent to the Braeside warehouse and added two new staff members – “in a move to further support our growing customer base in Melbourne.”
Josh Hurst(pictured left) joins as print technologist and will be working closely with technical sales manager James Montgomery and his team to support Jet’s range of UV inks & coatings.
Aeson Lau(pictured right) is the new adhesives product manager and will focus on Jet’s range of adhesives as used in a wide range of packaging and finishing.
Jet Technologies, an importer and distributor of products for the packaging, industrial manufacturing, print and finishing industries, operates warehouses in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Auckland, Christchurch and Indonesia.