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Agansa shows Uster Tester 6 at Indo-Intertex
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Apr '16
Agansa Primatama, the Indonesian textile machinery, accessories and spare parts agency, is displaying the advanced quality measuring system by Uster Technologies – Uster Tester 6 in hall B3, booth no. 77-78 at the ongoing Indo-Intertex 2016 exhibition in Jakarta, to be concluded on April 30.

Uster Tester 6, integrated with Assistant Q support feature, helps spinning mills in choosing the best quality and profitability path for high-end textile applications. It takes account of quality requirements, so that mills make informed and risk-free decisions on every aspect of yarn manufacturing.

Many of its features do not require highly-trained professionals. So, it is designed for Indonesian spinners, who observe that finding knowledgeable staff becomes harder every year. Agansa, one of the country's premier agencies for textile machinery, is demonstrating these benefits directly to the spinners at the event.

After the show, the spinners will also be invited to book for detailed tests with their own yarns at the Agansa headquarter in Bandung.

Commenting on the display, Djendjen Halim, director at Agansa said, “Indonesia's spinners are very ambitious. Many of the mills are aiming to supply the high-quality market segment.”

“We are proud to present the Uster Tester 6 at the exhibition and later in our showroom, as we are convinced that innovative solutions such as this are the key to a prosperous future for the textile industry of Indonesia,” he added. (MCJ)

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