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Karl Mayer to show seven new innovations at ITMA
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Jul '15
Preparations for ITMA 2015 are in full swing at German knitting machine manufacture Karl Mayer, which is showcasing seven new warp knitting innovations in Milan.

“Alongside, Karl Mayer will also display warp-knitted textiles, ideas for the after-sales sector and innovative warp preparation solutions,” a press release from Karl Mayer informed.

“All our innovative customers worldwide have said that they intend to visit our stand,” Oliver Mathews, sales director at the Warp Knitting Business Unit said.

Karl Mayer is displaying its knitting machines in hall 5, stand C101, on an area covering 1,400 sq. metres where it will be presenting impressive and groundbreaking innovations.

“Our visitors can expect some technical systems that will definitely give them the edge in their business fields and emphasise our position as a market and technology leader,” Mathews added.

“The market experts at Karl Mayer are looking forward to having some interesting conversations with their global business partners,” the German company informed.

The European edition of the world's biggest textile machinery show will take place from November 12-19, 2015 in Italy on an area covering some 200,000 sq. metres.

In keeping with and committed to the requirements of forward-looking production, the motto of this huge machine show is 'Source Sustainable Solutions'.

ITMA 2015 will showcase the latest machine technology and services that take into account the aspects of environmental protection and social responsibility.

Roughly 1,500 exhibitors from more than 40 countries will be showing products and the organisers expect that more than 100,000 visitors from 140 countries will attend the trade show. (AR)

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