Fox Business News Shows FJet in the Field
We always like to see our machines in the field, and to hear how industrial inkjet printers are reducing costs, expanding product offerings, and increasing margins. Recently, Fox Business News highlighted one of our customers, Dexsa Company Ltd., on its Manufacturing Marvels show. The forty year-old contract decorating company located in Hudson, Wisconsin, moved its manufacturing from Mexico to Wisconsin long before reshoring became a buzzword in order to have greater control over inventory and the supply chain generally. The company now proudly manufactures most of its products domestically and ships them worldwide.
But the company takes its “Made in USA” philosophy one step further by sourcing its digital printing equipment domestically as well, to the greatest extent possible. Which is one of the reasons Dexsa came to EPS for industrial inkjet equipment. They know that their machines have been thoroughly provisioned and tested by our applications engineers in our facility in Vermont, and are supported by field technicians throughout the country.
Just after installation, Dexsa sent us the photo above. Apparently, this contract decorator takes product personalization quite seriously! As you can see in the video below, the googly-eyes are still there. We are happy that Dexsa likes our products enough to make them their own. Hats off to Dexsa Company Ltd!
Watch the video below: