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Karl Mayer-Texkimp JV to provide warping solutions to PP industry
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Jul '08
The Obertshausen-based company KARL MAYER Textilmaschinenfabrik GmbH and Texkimp Ltd. with headquarters in Manchester, England decided to work together in the production and marketing of unwinding creels.

This interfirm cooperation was start from the 1st of June 2008, offering the polypropylene industry complete solutions for the range of beaming machines and unwinding creels, along with all their applications.

The sale of creels and beaming machines for the polypropylene business will exclusively be the responsibility of KARL MAYER Textilmaschinenfabrik GmbH.

This enterprise is a leading manufacturer of warp preparation units for the warp-knitting and weaving industries, who has just recently acquired Sucker, thus, also bringing the newly purchased product line of unwinding creels into this partnership.

In this way, customers will benefit from an extensive portfolio of unwinding creels for wide-ranging applications as well as from diversified price structures.

This means: everything from one source, from high-tech applications to simple areas of use.

KARL MAYER Textilmaschinenfabrik GmbH


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