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Stoll to show many new technologies at ITMA 2015
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Sep '15
With this year's motto of 'Are you ready for Stoll?', the Germany-based knitting machines manufacturer and supplier, will have many innovations and technologies on display at ITMA 2015 trade fair for the benefit of its clients, according to a media statement released by the company.

Stoll, in its official ITMA preview, confirmed the display of several technologies and machines at the ITMA Milan trade fair including their ultra coarse hand knit optics using the gauges E1,2.5 and E 2.2 of the new CMS 520 C+ multi gauge, new capsule collections, many machines from the existing range and many new machines, the software solution – Production and Planning System (PPS), Grading for Knitting Seite 2 Von 3 System tool, the brand new ergonomic user interface in addition to more knitting techniques.

Stoll aims to present the capacities of the knitting technology with the above mentioned technologies, machines and capsule collections. Live presentations of its software solution will educate the visitors on capacity planning, processes and production situations happening in real working life. Grading for Knitting Seite 2 Von 3 System will show how easily creating and grading shapes can be handled.

“The visitors of the Stoll booth will be able to discover interesting and exciting developments and surprises. The numerous innovations within the product and knitting technology deliver individual and flexible solution for its ambitious clients,” the press release mentioned.

The company will mainly focus on the cooperation with customers and the best possible consulting with them, and thereby bring solutions for the challenges that customers are facing. (MCJ)

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