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Savio displays Cosmos, Polar L & Polar D.L. System at ITME
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Oct '08
The 8th India International Textile Machinery Exhibition (INDIA ITME 2008) will be held from 15th to 22nd November 2008 at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC). It is anticipated that INDIA TIME 2008 will attract over 1,25,000 textile visitors. This is the largest exhibition of this kind in India. It showcases the latest exhibits and will be a catalyst for the modernization, expansion and re-equipment of the textile industry.

It is well known that INDIA, still today, is ranked as the second biggest textile machinery market in the world after China, followed by Bangladesh, Vietnam and Pakistan.

On the other hand, SAVIO MACCHINE TESSILI, with ITEMA GROUP, is present on the Indian market since 1991. Today through ITEMA SPINNING INDIA LTD is placed in the Indian market as a textile machinery manufacturer as well as distributor of SAVIO products.

ITEMA SPINNING INDIA activities spread from Coimbatore (headquarter) to Mumbai, Gurgaon, Delhi and Ludhiana offices, while is further present in other important areas through its agent's network.

After-sales service stations are operating in Ludhiana, Guntur, Kolhapur and in the near future also in Bhilwara with a stable engineers unit.

Furthermore, ITEMA SPINNING INDIA doesn't look after only Indian Territory but also Nepal and Sri Lanka.

The company has 150 employees, of whom 89 dedicated to the customer service. Customer satisfaction has become the key factor for every company operating in high level sectors all over the world. For this reason, ITEMA SPINNING INDIA has set up a nationwide top class technical assistance team, assuring round the clock support to our customers.

At the ITME 2008 event, will be displayed three machines of the actual production line up:
COSMOS: Two for One Twister. Locally manufactured by ITEMA SPINNING INDIA, is the alternative proposal for the twisting process. It combines European design, manufacturing quality and top class performance with the local market needs for affordable investment, low running costs and consistent yarn quality.

POLAR L: Automatic Winder with manual feeding, Savio's fourth generation of automatic winder, which already established itself as a top seller in many markets thanks to the latest technology which enhances quality, production and decreases energy consumption together with the lowest service costs. The only premium winder tailor made for Indian conditions.

POLAR D.L. SYSTEM: Full Automatic Link winder. The latest tool in link winding. Full automation is now made simpler to assure consistent performance and reliability. Especially designed for the future high output ring spinning machines.

ITEMA has a global presence on the mechanotextile market and operates in 4 macro business areas: ITEMA Weaving (weaving machines and accessories) through 4 loom brands - Itema Shanghai, Somet, Sulzer Textil and Vamatex - and First and Fimtextile when it comes to weaving accessories; ITEMA Spinning (spinning) with its Savio brand; ITEMA Electronics (electronics) with the Eutron brand and ITEMA Knitting (knitting) with the Steiger brand.

ITEMA Group


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