Case studies



Main innovation
Use their know-how in the digital printing world (specially oriented to the ceramics sector) to enter the textile industry.
Demand covered or opportunity created
KERAJET studied the textile industry for more than 4 years and detected there was a growing demand in technology adapted to the digital change.
Innovation process
The innovation process took 4 years and involved a lot of investigation, adaptation, and development before they came up with a technology, a machine that could cover the existing demand.

Furthermore, the company spent one year testing the machine before its launch into the national and international market.
KERAJET has successfully developed textile digital printing technologies able to reduce water use, energy consumption, and costs.

KERAJET has already installed equipment in Spain, Brazil, Turkey, US and Pakistan, among others.


Since its founding in 1998, KERAjet has never ceased to grow, evolve reinventing every day to provide the most effective solutions for the digital printing world. The digital printing machines for textiles are the most advanced and versatile on the market, offering a more efficient and competent production process.