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Kern-Liebers to participate in ITMA 2019

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May '19
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Kern-Liebers Textiles will be represented by Kern-Liebers knitting parts, Saxonia and Leistner at ITMA from May 20 in Barcelona. Under the umbrella brand Kern-Liebers, the company offers a complete range of needles, components for weft and warp knitting machines. The entire range of the company’s parts and needles will be presented at the exhibition.

"Because the warp knitting market is creating more and more complex end products, the technical requirements for these products, and in particular for blocks, are constantly increasing. Meeting these increased requirements again and again presents new challenges for our developers, but it also means that we achieve the highest standards in terms of quality, the lifespan of our end products, and development expertise," Kern-Liebers said in a press release.

Flatbed knitting machine manufacturer Stoll and Kern-Liebers have been working together for decades. This long partnership between the two companies means that Kern-Liebers offers the complete range of needles and parts for Stoll CMS machines, and it also means that all needles and spare parts meet 100 per cent of OEM specifications. All components working in the needle bed are therefore available from a single source and are fully compatible with each other. Since 2018, this has also been the case for all holding down sinkers. Kern-Liebers thus offers the best solution, not only for machine manufacturer Stoll, but also for all quality-conscious end users. (RR)

 

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