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Karl Mayer stall at IGATEX - Lahore receives good response
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Dec '12
KARL MAYER was represented at this year's IGATEX by its regional representatives. Thus the warp-knitting business sector was represented by the Nazer & Co, stand, whilst weaving preparation was featured at an independent exhibition on the Madhani Associates stand. In addition to the Moonaco Company, Madhani represents the KARL MAYER warp preparation sector in Pakistan.

At the information stand the main emphasis was on production equipment for the denim business: ball warper, long chain beamer, and the IOM multicolor technology. In addition the WarpDirect warper and the Size-O-Matic sizing machine, for the processing of spun yarns were also featured.

KARL MAYER and its warp preparation technology are strongly represented in Pakistan. In particular the bestsellers are machines for denim production and for the manufacture of grey goods which, amongst other things, are used in the bed linen and terry goods sectors.

IGATEX was an efficient platform for the innovative textile machinery producer in terms of cultivating numerous contacts. 'Our stand was extremely well visited. I was able to greet many of our customers and discuss their current business and future plans with them,' stated Peter Obrist. The experienced sales manager was surprised by the positive mood in the Pakistani textile sector. Despite the multiple problems discussed on a global scale, e.g. the political arena or the precarious energy supply, the companies are very active and confident.

Last not least the discussions, business deals and projects launched during IGATEX will act as important stimuli for successful business development during the forthcoming months.

The Nazer & Co. exhibition at IGATEX was representative of the foundation anniversaries of various textile machinery manufacturers whose business interests the company represented locally. To this end the stand was decorated magnificently with flower arrangements and exclusive fabrics. Among those celebrating was the KARL MAYER Group, which had its 75th in 2012 .

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