Stephan Gunold, Head of Marketing, states: We have great expectations for this show in Frankfurt. At the first Texprocess two years ago, we were extremely busy on all 4 days of the trade show. The show far exceeded our expectations and of course we hope the same will be true for this year’s show.”
At any rate, the long-established company, based in Stockstadt Germany, is well prepared. At the 56 sqm booth, which is designed to be open on all four sides, visitors are invited to explore four island demo-stations on software for punching, on embroidery applications, on embroidery threads and on embroidery backings, foils and fabrics. A further highlight will be the demonstrations at the single head embroidery machine Fortron (Stickmaschinen.de).
Massimo Baezzato from Constitch will be available for expert advice and for all questions regarding embroidery digitising with Wings and punching seminars. He and Daniela Hutter from Emtrain have been popular instructors for the GUNOLD workshops and seminars for quite a few years now. At all the other demo-stations trade show visitors will get the chance to meet the experts from GUNOLD and can expect numerous new ideas, suggestions and expert advice on how to work with the wide range of embroidery supplies. Last but not least, the new seminar schedule for the 2nd half of 2013 will be introduced.
Just to mention a few product highlights: additional new colours of FILAINE 12, the embroidery thread for rustic embroideries with that typical needlework look; Stickprotect, the fusible protective gauze even for thin, soft to the touch fabrics to prevent irritations of the skin, is now available in black and every embroidery backing from GUNOLD is now also available on smaller rolls.
“In addition there will be further outstanding products to complete our range of embroidery supplies, Stephan Gunold points out. „It is our goal for the Texprocess to reach all of our current customers but we would also like to address a new clientele. This is quite possible since Techtextil takes place at the same time. Of course, we will be very happy if embroidery prevails in the high-tech segment of technical textiles as well.”
Gunold at the Texprocess show, Frankfurt, June 10 to June 13, 2013, Hall 6.0 Booth B71.
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