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Savio presents Polar/E Premium winder in Turkey
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Feb '14
After China, the new winder POLAR/E PREMIUM was presented during the International Textile Summit held in Kahramanmaras, where invited guests came from all over Turkey.
 
The new winder POLAR/E PREMIUM was presented at the Open House at Kipas plant, one of the major Turkish customers for Savio. The optimum collaboration with Kipas as technological partner enables Savio to display there the new winding machines. 
 
After the panel discussions during the International Textile Summit, most of the textile manufacturers in Kahramanmaras has attended to the product launch. There was about 250 people. Yunteks, Oguz, Matesa, Mem, Midas, Elsar, Erdem, Iskur, Minateks, Karacasu, Daroteks, Tusa, Sirikcioglu, Zirve and many of the major companies attended. The benefit to hold the product launch at Kipas plant is represented to the proximity to the customers. 
 
This was an initiative organized to consolidate Savio and its products, its brand and corporate image to the important Turkish market. Turkey is one of the biggest textile markets for Savio, so attention to these customers is fundamental to support their new projects with the most advanced and automated machines.
 
The days at Kipas has had a rich program of theoretical and practical presentations and demonstrations of the POLAR/E PREMIUM, where Savio sales staff and technicians were available for each type of information or real-time demonstration. 
 
During the presentation, Savio team and the customers had a lively exchange of information and comments. The machine was showcased in operation. Polar/E Premium  impressed the visitors and convinced them of its unique performance with the recognition  that the adopted solutions could really meet their needs.
 

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