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Dürkopp to present at CISMA with 'automation'
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Sep '09
The manufacturer of sewing technology located in Bielefeld will present itself together with its majority shareholder SGSB in hall W2, booth no. A02 on an area of 360 m². The CISMA will be held in Shanghai from September 22nd to 24th, 2009.

For Dürkopp Adler the CISMA is the one of the most important trade fairs in the Asian region. On an area of 360 m² Dürkopp Adler will show 47 machines for the segments Garment and Industrial. The Dürkopp Adler booth provides an own section for every central segment like Garments (machines for the production of trousers, men's jackets and shirts) and Industrial (machines for the production of car and home upholstery).

Segment Garment with the focus on automation - The “Garment“ segment on the booth is characterized by the leading theme “automation”. With the new range of standard machines, sewing automats and sewing units Dürkopp Adler meets the requirements of our customers to the highest degree. During the three exhibition days Dürkopp Adler presents among others novelties for pocket sewing, eyelet button-holing and sleeve setting as well as the newly developed special chainstitch machines class 175, 176 and 179 which are setting new standards for the processing of difficult-to-feed materials for outerwear.

The M-Type at the top of the product range for medium-heavy duty sewing applications - For the production of home and car upholstery, technical textiles and shoes Dürkopp Adler focuses on the presentation of further new models of the very successful M-Type series. Among others the new free arm machine class 669 of this series will be shown. Owing to its design and its technical features this machine allows to realize innovative processing possibilities for technical textiles, leather goods, leather clothing and fancies. Another highlight is the new class “567 M-Type”, which offers outstanding sewing parameters at an affordable price level.

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