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Veit to exhibit innovations at Texcare 2016
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Apr '16
Veit, a market leader for ironing technology, will be presenting its innovations at the Texcare 2016, from 11 to 15 June, in Frankfurt am Main, as per a company release.

Veit is going to exhibit several energy-efficient systems for processing shirts. There is the Shirt Finisher with its heat recovery system and intelligent process time shortening function thanks to Veit's moisture control sensors, which will be displayed at the trade fair.

The new “Pay Per Piece“system will be exhibited at Texcare live and under operating conditions with steam. This system lets customers pay only for how much they actually use instead of buying the machine. If, say, 1,400 to 2,000 shirts are processed per month, servicing and maintenance of the machine will be included for just 19 cents per shirt.

“For us, it goes without saying that customer benefit is our top priority. Customers can see live at the Texcare 2016,” said Jürgen Pfattheicher, sales director, Veit.

The product portfolio of the company will cover everything from traditional ironing tables with hand irons and steam generators, as well as presses, finishers and also blower toppers and tunnel finishers. (HO)

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