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Bangladesh textile delegation visits Bruckner plant
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Jul '15
German manufacturer of textile finishing machinery, Bruckner recently a hosted a delegation of textile finishers from Bangladesh.

“Among the delegates were existing customers as well as representatives from other companies who were interested in Bruckner finishing lines,” a press release from Bruckner informed.

The technical and sales team at the company explained in detail the technical specifications of the new generation dryer.

The delegation was also shown coating applications done with the highly flexible Bruckner application unit Opti-Coat, which allows to apply precise quantities with different types of coating.

According to the company, the finishing line in Bruckner Technology Center allows to dry, heat-set and coat a variety of fabric types.

“The guests from Bangladesh looked enthusiastic when told about the multitude of finishing possibilities for different intended applications,” it said.

On the second day of the visit, the delegation visited its production site in Tittmoning - Bavaria where the company produces machines since more than 50 years.

“We are proud of our German site as it allows us to maintain high quality standard of our products and to react flexibly to our customers’ demands, resulting in a big competitive advantage,” CEO Regina Brückner said.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk - India

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