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Matesa Textile receives Com4ring and Com4rotor licence
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Apr '14
The handover of the Com4ring and Com4rotor licence to Matesa Textile Corporation took place recently. The vertical enterprise Matesa is considered to be one of the leading textile producers in Europe. It stands for highest quality standards in all process stages. The product portfolio covers fashionable ladies and menswear with primary focus on the denim range.
 
The licensing endows the Com4ring and Com4rotor yarns produced by Matesa on Rieter machines with a significant quality feature. In their marketing activities, Matesa profits from Rieter’s active promotion.
 
Modern Denim Production
To extend their range and secure new markets, in 2006 Matesa invested with a Rieter machine park in modern ring and rotor denim production. The technical advantages of the Rieter spinning systems enabled Matesa to widen its lead position in the market and the company is now counted as one of the largest denim producers in Turkey. The annual yarn production for subsequent downstream processing in weaving has an average yarn count of Ne 9. The production level lies at 15 tonnes of ring yarn and 17 tonnes of rotor yarn. Export is mainly to Europe and in the Near East.
 
Licence Package from Rieter
Rieter actively promotes the supply sources for licensed yarns. In addition, the licensees have a direct link to the Rieter website. Customers who have decided in favour of a yarn licence have the possibility to utilise the know-how and marketing support provided by Rieter specialists.
 

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