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Girish displays autoconer winding parts at ITMA ASIA
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Jun '14
India based - Girish Textile Industries, a manufacturer of autoconer textile winding machinery spare parts of reputed companies like Schlafhorst, Murata and Savio is exhibiting its extensive range of parts at ITMA ASIA being held in Shanghai from June 16-20 in hall W-3 booth no. A-22.

Girish Textile manufactures and markets parts for 138/238/338/AC5 autoconer models of Schlafhorst, Ras, Espero and Orion models from Savio and Machconer models like 7II/7IV/21C from Murata. 

Girish Textile supplies these parts across India as well as exports them to other countries like Bangladesh, Egypt, Pakistan, Syria, Latin America, Peru, etc.

Its advanced engineering centre is equipped with technologically advanced equipment and machinery, enabling the execution of each manufacturing process with exact precision quality with CNC Turning centre, CNC HMC, CNC Vertical Millers, CNC Milling machines, CNC Drilling machines, 3rd Axis CNC Turning centre, Conventional Milling machines, Conventional Heavy duty Lathes, and Conventional Drilling machines.

With facilities of inspection equipment, Girish Textile is equipped with CMM, Profile projectors, Dimensional Air plug gauges, Digital and Dial bore gauges, dimensional measuring device (Digital Vernier Calipers, Height Gauges and Micrometers), etc.

It has built its reputation meeting demand by supplying essential parts to an industry that depends on 100% machine uptime. 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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