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ParAid Textile invests in latest hi-tech machinery
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Jun '12
Telford-based ParAid Textile Services, which specialises in the design and assembly of straps, harnesses and other sewn products, has significantly boosted its infrastructure and expanded its workforce, following its investment in the latest hi-tech machinery.

The new Genesis 2300 conveyorised textile cutting machine is manufactured by Blackman & White Ltd and is known for its speed and cut accuracy. One specific feature of the machine is its optical recognition camera which allows it to cut individual pattern graphics precisely and quickly.

The purchase will allow ParAid Textile Services to bring all its fabric cutting and preparation in-house instead of outsourcing. The new machine will also allow the company to offer an additional bespoke cutting service to new and existing customers.

Mark Wallace, Managing Director at ParAid Textile Services, said: “This latest purchase is a significant addition to our production process and supports the firm’s ongoing efforts to strengthen its business continuity and overall service delivery. We have also boosted our workforce by 20% in order to meet the demands of this additional service.”

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