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Trade award for print dealer

Friday, 19 August 2011
By Print 21 Online Article

Large-format graphics equipment supplier, Anitech receives Israel Trade Award for services in promoting Israeli products through Kornit.

According to Anitech marketing director, Barry Grant, the Israel Trade Commission had called out of the blue to congratulate the company on its nomination and award. “It was a surprise.”

Direct-to-garment (DTG) machinery manufacturer, Kornit had nominated its dealer for the award in recognition of its trade arrangement with Israel. Grant accepted the award at a reception in the ANZ Private Banking office at Martin Place, Sydney.

“It was a genuine honour to be recognised in such a way. We’ve worked very hard to establish the brand and Anitech is proud of the way the Kornit product has been received,” he said.

Presented by The Hon Andrew Stoner NSW Deputy Premier, Minister for Trade and Investment, the award serves to recognise bilateral trade initiatives between the Australian and Israeli business communities.
Kornit’s range of textile printers has been available for around three years through Anitech.

Pictured: (l-r) Ehud Gonen, Israeli trade commissioner; Barry Grant, Anitech; The Hon Andrew Stoner, NSW Deputy Premier.

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