Textile machinery supplier ATE Enterprises and Italy based Savio Macchine Tessili recently organised a series of 'Customer Days' across India, to announce the tie-up between the two companies. From April 1 this year, ATE became the sole selling agent for Savio's automatic winders and two-for-one twisters (TFOs) in India.
In the first phase, the 'Customer Days' were held at three places – Ahmedabad on 26 April, Rajkot on 27 April, and Coimbatore on 30 April 2016. These events were a huge success with an overwhelming response from customers at all locations, ATE said.
The new partnership will benefit Indian customers, as they have long requested a top-flight winder from ATE, said GV Aras, director, ATE.
Savio India managing director Franco Bonello explained about the activities at Savio's Coimbatore factory and the latest developments in Savio India's bestseller TFOs: Sirius and Cosmos.
A key highlight of the events was an interesting presentation made by Valter De Carli, vice president-sales, Savio, on the recently launched automatic winder Eco-Pulsar S. The Eco-Pulsar S by far is the best automatic winder available in the market today, packed with a number of novel features. Set to revolutionise the concept of winding, Savio's Eco-Pulsar S is designed for optimum productivity, unprecedented power savings, high quality packages and utmost flexibility. The presentation also highlighted the state-of-the-art TFO Model Sirius with Electronic Drive system (EDS) technology and new energy saving Spindle ARA.
The question and answer session at the end of each event showed the keen interest of the participants in the Savio range of products.
ATE and Savio plan to organise one more round of customer days later this year. (RKS)
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