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Santex to show new technologies at ITM 2016
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May '16
Santex Rimar Group, a leading machine manufacturers for weaving, textile finishing, technical textiles and green technologies for drying processes is participating at the biannual ITM trade fair for textile industrials and will be showcasing its technologies at ITM 2016, to be held in Istanbul, Turkey in hall 14, booth 1402A.

Santex Rimar Group would showcase Cavitec and Isotex machinery for the technical textiles market, Santex and Sperotto Rimar machines for textile finishing at ITM fair.

Santex would present Plana for long lasting anti-shrinkage effect on woollen fibres and dyeability without chemicals and Shrink Dryers for knitted fabrics.

“Turkey demands high technology standards and cost control, high productivity and quality. We are very strong in this: Santex Rimar Group and its brands in weaving, textile finishing and technical textile are putting a lot of effort in this high-end market,” said Stefano Gallucci, CEO.

At ITM 2016 SMIT will exhibit a loom for high quality shirting which is an evolution of the series characterised by absence of guide block, flying ribbon technology and optimised warp shed studied to reduce yarn breakages or defects.

“Turkey has always been one of the most important market for SMIT: with more than 2,000 looms installed all over the Country we are present in important textile areas such as Istanbul, Bursa, Denizli, Gaziantep, Kahramanmaras and others,” Gallucci added.

“During ITM we are confident to increase contacts and to further develop our spare parts and loom business. The locally based sales and service organization can effectively support customers with spare parts and with the involvement of skilled mechanical, textile and electronic technicians too,” Gallucci concluded. (NA)

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