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Savio partners with ATE India for sales & mktg
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Apr '16
Savio Macchine Tessili, an Italy based yarn finishing machinery producer, has entered into a strategic partnership with ATE Enterprises, for the sales and marketing of automatic winders, two-for-one twisters (TFO), continuous yarn shrinking machines and OE rotor spinning machines in India with effect from April, according to a press statement issued by Savio.

Savio will continue to provide customer support and spare parts services in India, while ATE will be its sales and marketing partner in India, owing to its strong marketing network through 11 offices across India and a knowledgeable sales and marketing force.

Together, they will soon be organising customer days across India for presenting the most advanced winding and twisting technology solutions to the Indian customers.

The partnering of Savio with ATE is set to immensely benefit the Indian textile industry, as the expertise from these two leading groups, offer complete winding and twisting solutions to the Indian customers which will give them a sustainable competitive advantage in their business.

The Savio group's best-selling automatic winder model – Polar, a wide range of TFO twisters, the new generation machine - Sirius with an Electronic Drive System (EDS) and the traditional twisting machine – Cosmos has been able to address the different needs of different segments of the markets.

On the other hand, ATE is in the unique position of being the only company with a presence across the entire textile value chain for textile machinery and accessories, utilities and complete after-sales service solutions (for key segments). ATE, thus, is the only company with the capability of offering to Indian customers a 'one window solution' from spinning to garment making. (MCJ)

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