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Karl Mayer more than satisfied with course of ITMA
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Nov '15
Karl Mayer
Karl Mayer's stand at ITMA
Karl Mayer's stand C101 in hall 5 at the ongoing ITMA 2015 in Milan turned out to be the meeting point of the entire warp-knitting and warp-preparation branch par excellence, the company said in its preliminary report on the fair.
 
“A lively hustle and bustle could be observed on the Karl Mayer stand. The visitors not only came in crowds, they had specific concerns and showed great interest,” the statement said.
 
“The first two exhibition days have exceeded our expectations not only in terms of the visitor frequency but also concerning the high quality of the talks,” says Oliver Mathews, sales vice president of the Warp Knitting Business Unit.
 
During the first three days of the expo, Karl Mayer team had roughly 670 qualified customer conversations. The visitors, who came from 38 countries, were mainly interested in the new tricot machines presented by Karl Mayer.
 
While the HKS 2-SE machine was very convincing especially by its Low Energy Option (LEO), the HKS 4-M EL deeply impressed the clients due to its flexibility during pattern change made possible by the EL equipment.
 
Concerning the Warp Preparation unit, the new all-round sectional warper Pro Warp and the extra-wide Multi-Matic MM 128/3.600 have been pulling the crowds.
 
Moreover, Karl Mayer's new Wefttronic HKS for the production of semi-technical articles of completely new style was also topic of numerous discussions.
 
Further, the stand where these innovative exhibits are placed has a futuristic design and multimedia show which leaves a lasting impression. (RKS)
 

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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