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Itema to show R9500 loom at OTM & KTM fairs in Turkey
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Oct '14
Itema S.p.A, a manufacturer of high-tech weaving machines, spare parts and services is showcasing its technological prowess at two trade shows in Turkey - OTM in Gaziantep and KTM in Kahramanmaras.

In partnership with Bilol Agency, Itema is exhibiting its best-seller, the rapier R9500 loom, which is celebrating two years since its market launch.

Itema said the R9500 rapier loom is a source of pride for Itema, developed as a perfect match in top technological advancements to the specific weaving needs of customers worldwide.

“The overwhelming success of the R9500 is confirmed by the better-than-expected volume of repeat orders and by the impressive results during customer field trials,” it said.

Itema held one such customer trial at Lutuf Mensucat, a leading weaver of apparel fabrics, based in Kahramanmaras.

According to the weaving machines producer, the successful outcome of the trial at Lutuf Mensucat led to several repeat orders and a total installation of more than 100 units of R9500.

Itema informed that it has a long history of working closely with the support of its two agencies in Turkey through its two distributors -Bilol Mumessilik and Motex Modiano.

Itema is the only manufacturer in the world to provide top three shuttleless weft insertion technologies: rapier, airjet and projectile.

Piero Colombelli, Itema’s Sales & Marketing representative said, “One of Itema’s target for the future is to be increasingly more present with our weaving machines in Turkey.”

He added, “We already provide customers in Turkey with winning technologies, a tailor-made solution and great value for money – an overall win-win package.

“Moreover, our after sales service, coupled with the highly trained local technicians, is always available to follow up on our installations and to promptly support customer needs.”

Fulvio Carlo Toma, Itema Group’s Sales & Marketing Director added: “Our target is to be considered not only a provider of reliable and innovative weaving machines, but a real partner for the Turkish weavers.”

Visitors will be able to see live operations of the Itema R9500 at OTM expo at Hall 1 - Booth 108A and at KTM expo at Hall B1 - Booth B1. (AR)

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