Textile Manufacturer Camira Showcases Revolutionary Digital Print at InnoTrans

Textile Manufacturer Camira Showcases Revolutionary Digital Print at Innotrans

In a year in which the company celebrates its 200-year anniversary in transport textiles, Camira has signalled its commitment to remaining at the forefront of the industry with the introduction of the innovative Camira Print.

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Camira Print

Perfectly complementing the manufacturer’s renowned weaving capabilities, the launch expands its offering to encompass digital printing – providing customers with an unparalleled level of flexibility and freedom when choosing the optimal textile for their rail interior. Initially available to the bus & coach market, the textile manufacturer has now introduced the capability to the rail industry and will be showcasing it at this year’s InnoTrans (Stand 570).

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Camira Print

The company will also be presenting its recent New Heritage collection – featuring an array of classic designs taken from their archive, reimagined, and given a contemporary touch for today’s rail interiors, these fabrics are filled with nostalgia and timeless style.

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Camira Print

Alongside Camira Print and New Heritage, Camira will be showcasing its high- performance faux leather, Rapido, at InnoTrans 2022. Introduced earlier this year, the product is exclusively available in custom colours – making it the perfect pairing for Camira Print textiles due to the ability to mix and match shades across seat and trim.


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