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KSL holds in-house exhibition to mark 50th anniversary
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Aug '14
A view of in-house exhibition
A view of in-house exhibition
Keilmann Sondermaschinenbau Lorsch GmbH (KSL), known for innovations in the field of automated sewing technology worldwide, held an in-house exhibition for its trade visitors at its Lorsch, Germany-based headquarters on the occasion of its 50th anniversary last month.
 
Sewing technology “made in Lorsch” is high-tech, and yet it looks back on a long tradition. KSL belongs to the technological leaders in its branch of industry. “We are inventors,” says KSL managing director Robert Keilmann.
 
KSL exports about 80 percent of its total output, and hence it was not surprising that its business partners from 20 countries, including those from Europe, Turkey, Tunisia, the US, India and China, visited the in-house show.
 
Since 2013, KSL has also been a member of the ShangGong Europe group to which the sewing technology leaders Dürkopp Adler and Pfaff Industrial belong. The three manufactures of sewing and welding technology presented a total of 40 exhibits at the in-house show, making the event a technological highlight of the trade fair year 2014.
 
At the exhibition, live demonstrations of production processes were made on several machines. For instance, there was demonstration of high-speed manufacturing system for filter pockets, CNC sewing units, welding technology, airbag production, carbon fibre applications, industrial sewing machines and state-of-the-art robot technology.
 
The exhibits and live demonstrations reflected the customer portfolio of the three companies: automotive, aerospace, filters, home textiles, and fashion. Many other branches of these sectors also count on the innovative strength of these three specialists.
 
On the occasion, a lively symposium was also held. Visitors took back exciting impressions gathered during their stay with KSL—a review of the history of sewing technology, innovations in the processing of technical textiles and a glance at the future of automation—making the event a success.
 

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