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Executive Sales Manager Tecnorama
Automation is the way to better quality
Tecnorama designs and produces fully automatic systems for dispensing, dissolving and transferring dyestuffs and chemicals either for laboratory and bulk. Lorenzo Marsiglio, Executive Sales Manager, Tecnorama, confirms the positive answers of the market to the famous dosing and dyeing system DOS&DYE and shares details about the company's latest innovation, Shakerama, a dyeing machine that fits in perfectly with the "Full Automatic" philosophy of DOS&DYE.
What are your expectations from the ongoing India International Textile Machinery Exhibition?
We mainly work in Asia, India is one of our main markets and we are working more to improve our presence. India ITME is one of the best ways to do it and for this reason we showcase our machines here.
How have your products been received by visitors?
Visitors are attentive to everything that can contribute to evolution and innovation and Tecnorama perfectly knows the Indian market and its needs. It works in partnership with the clients to find the ideal solutions for the improvement and the growth of the Indian dye-houses that are very important for the development of the global textile production.
What innovations are you displaying?
We are showing Shakerama, the new machine for dyeing laboratory samples, designed and produced by Tecnorama to complete its range of automatic dyeing machines forming part of DOS&DYE COMPACT system. Shakerama is dedicated to knit fabrics and was officially launched during ITMA exhibition in Milan in 2015. Since then, this machine has been very successful in terms of consensus and placement on the market. Particularly suitable for dyeing knitwear and fabric made of all types of natural, artificial and synthetic fibres, Shakerama is a brand-new machine, the only one with this kind of technology for knitted fabrics.
How would you describe the technologies being used in India compared to those in Bangladesh or China?
Indian customers are still looking for technologies and automation. This is because they are oriented to export, which means obtaining a better quality and be more competitive in the market. This happens also for the other markets that are active in the global textile sector.
Which fairs will you be attending in 2017 across the world?
We will be participating in fairs in Colombia, India, Bangladesh, Indonesia and China with a rich calendar of meetings through all the coming year.
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