Resuinsa will set a new trend during the year of 2020. As a reference point for design and
innovation, it now offers establishments a collection of garments from its digital printing
entity of Indathren, already launched at the beginning of last summer, and which has
generated a multitude of customer requests.
43 This technology opens up an unlimited
range of design and colour possibilities,
allowing the customization of textiles by each
establishment. This is an “authentic revolution
in this business sector”, as Resuinsa’s
general director, Félix Martí points out, since
hotels and restaurants can now choose the
drawings that best suits their style while preserving
quality. “Up till now there has been
no digital printing suitable for industrial washing
processes of these garments,” he says.
All this has been possible thanks to the commitment
to technological innovation and
investment in real R&D by Resuinsa. As Martí
explains, “it has been a continuous commitment
to R + D + I that has led us to earn
the Innovative SME Seal, a certificate granted
by the Ministry of Science and Innovation to
companies that actually develop innovative
projects. This translates into major improvements
for the sector, such as textiles for bed
and table with Indanthren digital printing”.
Hoteliers who have acquired the first collection
produced from this technique, those
included from the Palmira collection, have
already got to know at first-hand the quality
of the garments and their originality.
“We are certain that it is has been a success.
Digital printing has become a reality in the
hospitality sector and we can see how it is
generating interest among customers,” said