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Picanol to display new technology at Techtextil
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May '13
As the bi-annual Techtextil in Frankfurt brings together the whole industry of technical textiles, Picanol is looking forward to meeting its customers, prospects and fellow suppliers during this major event.

Together with SYMATEX, the Belgian Association of textile machinery manufacturers, a large info booth will be organized, called the Belgian Lounge. Looking at exposure, it makes sense to march together under the Belgian colors.

With the introduction of positive guided grippers and the new OMNIplus Summum at the ITMA Barcelona show, Picanol has achieved major breakthroughs in segments such as carpet backing, wide coating fabrics and conveyor belts, amongst others.

Picanol has also made further advances in already established segments thanks to innovations such as its ECOFILL wasteless system, the EFT programmable weft brakes and the new DWC backrest for industrial yarns.

As it is not allowed to show running machines during this event, Picanol will prepare cut-away demo displays so the visitors can get an idea of the technology Picanol is offering for this market segment. Exemplary finished products, woven on Picanol machines, will also be on show.

Sales managers and representatives responsible for technical textiles at Picanol will be manning the booth in order to welcome Picanol customers, prospects and fellow suppliers.

About the Picanol Group

The Picanol Group is an international, customer-oriented group specialized in the development, production and sale of weaving machines and other high-technology products, systems and services. Division Weaving Machines: Picanol develops, manufactures and sells high-tech weaving machines based on air (airjet) or rapier technology.

Picanol supplies weaving machines to weaving mills worldwide, and also offers its customers such products and services as weaving accessories, training, upgrade kits and spare parts. For more than 75 years, Picanol has played a pioneering role in the industry worldwide, and is one of the current world leaders in weaving machine production.

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