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Itema to show R9500denim weaving machine at DTG expo
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Feb '17
Itema, a leading, privately-held provider of advanced weaving solutions, including best-in-class weaving machines, spare parts, and integrated services, is set to showcase its R9500denim rapier weaving machine at DTG expo, - the 14th Dhaka international textile & garment machinery exhibition, to be held from February 23 to 26, 2017, in hall 6, stand 609.

During DTG, Itema will display for the first time in Bangladesh the rapier weaving machine R9500denim, the brand-new product concept launched in October 2016 during ITMA Asia dedicated exclusively and especially to denim mills in search of customised solutions to respond faster, more effectively, and efficiently to changing denim trends with versatile, high-performance, ad-hoc machinery.

The Itema R9500denim comes fully accessorised and equipped with dedicated devices, including the new main motor with oil cooling to ensure unparalleled machine performances. Unrivalled textile versatility is guaranteed by the unique Itema shed geometry, widely recognised in the industry as best-in-class, and the SK weft transfer system featuring reinforced rapier heads and tapes optimised to weave denim weft yarns.

The R9500denim at DTG can weave heavy denim (14 oz.), thus highlighting Itema machines’ unique-in-the-market ability to produce even the most demanding and heavy denim styles, due to the sturdy machine structure and to the renowned Itema shed geometry. Even though the width of the machine - 2200 millimetres - may not seem usual for the Bangladeshi denim weavers, the aim of Itema is to introduce the latest trend in the global denim market related to weaving machines width necessary to weave stretch and super stretch denim.

Itema Group sales and marketing director, Christian Straubhaar said, “We, at Itema, are ready to actively support denim mills with our rapier R9500denim designed especially for markets like Bangladesh, to provide weavers with the perfect machine engineered for the highest performance, superior fabric quality, lower .running costs and maximum versatility of patterns needed to excel in denim production.”

Updeep Singh, Itema India managing director said, “We are excited to take DTG as the opportunity to demonstrate to the Bangladeshi weavers visiting DTG our most innovative, latest generation weaving technology, as well as our full and value-added service capabilities.” (GK)

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