Durst Partners with Ceradecor in India

Joint venture to produce inorganic ink for digital glass decoration.

Durst (www.durstus.com) has announced the creation of VetroCer, a joint venture in New Delhi, India, with local sales partner Ceradecor (www.ceradecor.in). Working together for the past three years, Durst and Ceradecor have installed more than 40 Gamma ceramic printers, along with an 18-man service team, across the Indian market.

The new company will produce inorganic inks for use in Durst’s Rho Vetrocer glass printer. Originally presented at last year’s Glasstec tradeshow, the Rho Vetrocer is part of Durst’s initiative to expand the potential for glass applications in the architecture, automotive, and design industries.

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