Hall has experience in setting up textile screenprinting departments, and has worked in countries including Sri Lanka, US, Spain, India, China and Pakistan. Having worked in the screenprinting industry since 1976, Hall has been printing onto textiles and garments for more than three decades, throughout which time he has worked with some of the biggest brands and manufacturers in UK and worldwide.
Chapman has had a successful career in senior management of international businesses and consulting services for global brands in the textile printing sector spanning almost three decades. He has worked in Sri Lanka, China, Turkey and many other Asian countries, with leading manufacturers and printers, introducing, supporting and encouraging the use of water-based print technologies as well as larger printing, factory design, equipment sourcing, site planning and training projects.
“Jason and Melvin will both contribute greatly to doing what MagnaColours are passionate about, spreading the word about the capabilities and benefits of water-based inks, in the place of harmful variants,” Helen Parry, managing director of MagnaColours, said. “These appointments mark a significant step in strengthening our efforts to educate and support our customers and distributors in getting the best results possible from our products.”