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Mayur Reeds and Healds to show weaving accessories at ITMA
22
Sep '15
Ahmedabad based Mayur Reeds and Healds is going to showcase its range of weaving accessories at the forthcoming ITMA exhibition, to be held in Milan, Italy from November 12-19, 2015. The company will display its product range at booth G-106, hall 1.
 
Mayur offers a range of weaving accessories in customised forms, including airjet reeds, flat reeds, weaving preparatory reeds, speciality reeds, dropwires, healds, heald frames accessories, etc. “We make sure that high quality standards are maintained while manufacturing a customised product,” Mayur Reeds & Healds director Jignesh Shroff told Fibre2Fashion.com
 
“Our flat reeds and airjet reeds are precisely manufactured using high grade raw material and advanced techniques. To meet the diverse requirements of our esteemed clients, the offered range is made available in different sizes and other related specifications,” Shroff added.
 
As a manufacturer, exporter and supplier of speciality reeds, the company uses only utmost-grade raw material and modern machinery to manufacture these reeds, which are available in different sizes, grades and dimensions. “These reeds are rigorously checked by our quality analysts against various parameters set by the industry, and have features like sturdy structure, durability and easy installation,” said Shroff.
 
Since it was established in 1977 with a vision to grow and cater the needs of the textile machinery industry, Mayur Reeds and Healds has indulged in manufacturing a wide range of quality reeds for all types of looms and trading varied kinds of weaving accessories—from low tech to the very latest. (RKS)
 

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