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TumKalip to show spares for weaving machines at India ITME
09
Nov '16
Rigid Rapiers. Courtesy: TumKalip
Rigid Rapiers. Courtesy: TumKalip
TumKalip Aparat, a Turkish manufacturer of spare parts for new generation of European make weaving machines, will be showing its range of high quality spare parts at India ITME in hall 6 , stall D-11. TumKalip will also be promoting its high-tech coating technology for used Rapier Heads, like TiO2 and TC also called tungsten carbide coatings.
 
TumKalip produces and markets spares for projectile looms, rigid rapier looms and flexible rapier looms. It will be exhibiting a wide range of spares, especially for new generation models of projectile looms, rapier heads for positive rapier machines, and a new product line of flexible rapier loom spare parts.
 
TumKalip also recoats old rapier heads through its hi-tech coating technology, thereby assuring an extended life for the old rapier heads, translating into high cost savings for rapier machine users. The recoated rapier heads can be used again, instead of buying and replacing old ones with new heads. 
 
TumKalip, which was working through agents till now in India, has recently set up its Indian subsidiary, TumKalip India Pvt Ltd, to offer better and faster services to its Indian customers. 
 
For producing high quality spare parts, TumKalip uses the best-in-market raw materials, and utilises the latest technologies in its production process. Since the company itself produces and markets its products, it has full control over the quality of its products vis-à-vis its competitors, while also offering competitive prices.
 
Apart from Turkey and India, TumKalip weaving machine spares are sold in several regions and countries like Europe, the US, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Guatemala, Pakistan, Egypt, Japan, Nepal and Sri Lanka to name a few.
 
“We have been producing best quality spare parts for European make weaving machines since the last 30 years. This deep experience and use of high quality raw materials help us to deliver spares of impeccable quality to our customers across the world,” said Aakesh Bhongade, director at TumKalip India.
 
“The setting up of the wholly-owned subsidiary will help us offer the best services possible to our Indian customers. On the strength of the quality of its products, TumKalip believes in striking long-term partnerships and not just one time sales with its clients,” he added. (RKS)
 

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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