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ITEMA to display weft insertion systems at INDIA ITME
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Sep '08
The 4 companies, Sultex, Promatech, ITEMA Weaving Machinery (China) and First were moulded into a new “one” company model. This means, one group management, one sales- and service organisation, one group marketing & product management department, one head quarter and finally, one integrated supply chain and data system.

ITEMA Weaving will display all three major weft insertion systems on its booth at INDIA ITME 2008, which takes place from 15 to 22 November 2008 in the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) in Bangalore. ITEMA Weaving will show 6 high-tech weaving machines.

The renowned brands Sulzer Textil, Somet, Vamatex, and Fimtextile offer a complete range of weaving machines, accessories and services.

ITEMA Weaving is aware of its key role as a partner to the textile industry. This is an incentive to develop innovative technological and economic solutions that create new business opportunities and help ensure maximum profitability for weavers.

All the machines are energy friendly due to efficient drive motors and high-tech solutions applied to all machine concepts. The Sulzer Textil air-jet L5500 is the new bench mark in regard of air consumption. All weft insertion systems have a small foot print and produce high class fabric with no, or absolute minimal waste.

The visitors will be able to see the latest results of ITEMA Weaving's strong and ongoing R&D commitment, which takes advantage of the synergies generated by pooling 190 years of experience within the group.

Many major innovations and further developments on rapier, air-jet and projectile weaving ma-chines can be seen and evaluated at the ITEMA Weaving booth.

Exhibition programme:
ITEMA Weaving's product range will satisfy any production requirement, from commodity to high-fashion and specialised industrial fabrics. Six weaving machines representing the various brands will be on show.

One of the highlights is the re-engineered K88 rapier weaving machine; it is the result of experience gained and synergies created within the Euro-Chinese organizations of the company. The K88 features improved performance, greater versatility and proven reliability, thanks to advanced solutions adopted from the high-end machines.

Maximum adaptability to different production requirements, including high productivity, is the main strength of the L88. This air-jet weaving machine, recently launched in the Chinese market, is now ready for its debut in other Asian markets and overseas.

The L88 is shown weaving a blended commodity style with remarkable performance and outstanding quality of fabric. The ever increasing demands for quality high-end machinery are satisfied by the top-class weaving machines with the three different technologies (rapier, air-jet and projectile) that only ITEMA Weaving can offer. The Vamatex Silver HS confirms its position as the benchmark in high-class shirting fabrics.


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