As the First Stop for those looking at the Direct to Garment process, Resolute are recruiting with an eye to the future that bears testament to their training philosophy.
Resolute’s HR Director, Rachel Marsh explained: “We are looking for an experienced Direct to Garment engineer to join our team but we are also looking to invest in the future by recruiting a young person who is looking to train in this growing field. We know there are some fantastic engineers out their already but as direct to garment grows we want to lead the way in training the next generation.”
As onsite service becomes more and more important to Resolute’s R-jet 4 and R-jet Midi customers, many of whom run multiple machines, they are also seeing a rise in users of other direct to garment equipment contacting them to tap into the expert knowledge available.
“By putting more engineers out on the road and strengthening our in-house support systems we are able to offer support to more and more people,” said Colin Marsh, Resolute MD and direct to garment expert.
“We are happy to help wherever we can, and we often find that those who don’t use our inks or equipment and that we help, often convert to our inks and come to us when they are looking to add to or replace their equipment.”
This summer sees exciting things for Resolute – recruitment plans, exciting new installations, great articles in the DTG column in Printwear and Promotion magazine and the launch of the R-jet Midi+.
Details of the recruitment opportunities at Resolute are available on their website.
For more information on direct to garment and Resolute’s range of direct to garment solutions, please visit www.resoluteink.co.uk
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