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Savio Texcone to show textile paper cones at ITMA
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Oct '15
Savio Texcone, an India based manufacturer and exporter of paper cones, will showcase its product range meant for textile industry at the forthcoming international textile machinery expo, ITMA, to be held from November 12-19, in Italian city of Milan.
 
Depending on the specific requirements of its customers, the company manufactures paper cone in plain and printed varieties. “We export to countries like South Africa, Europe, UK, Belgium, Spain, Kenya, Tanzania, Egypt and Iran,” Savio Texcone director Ashok Chharia told Fibre2Fashion.com.
 
Explaining about the main products that the company is going to showcase at the expo, Chharia said, “Our three varieties – Jumbo, Tight Bond and Printed – are especially meant for textile industry, and these will be showcased at hall 2, booth H105 at ITMA.”
 
Meant for filament and worsted yarn, Jumbo paper cone is produced in most economical combination of paper board and paste, resulting in tremendous savings in yarn packing cost.
 
The latest Tight Bond paper cone tolerates high temperature and RH percentage of yarn conditioning plant, which allows free addition of moisture in the yarn for improving the yarn realisation percentage, without any worry for paper cone damages. This helps in improving yarn performance in subsequent processes.
 
The Printed paper cone has been introduced by Savio Texcone in various patterns, colours and designs that help in identifying the type of yarn and batch lot. “Our printed paper cones technique is most versatile and comprehensive for yarn count identification,” adds Chharia. (RKS)
 

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