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Germany's biggest T-Shirt maker buys 3 Monforts finishing plants

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Nov '08
Germany's biggest T-Shirt and tenniswear producer, Trigema GmbH & Co. KG with its headquarter in the Stuttgart area, placed an order of all together three high-quality textile finishing ranges for its vertical textile finishing plant with A. Monforts Textilmaschinen GmbH & Co. KG, Mönchengladbach.

The order comprises two stenter frame ranges for knitted fabrics 'Montex 6500' for the finishing of single jersey, double rib, fine rib and polyester fleece, as well as one compressive shrinking range 'Toptex 8000'.

With minimum residual shrinkage this range especially meets the high demands of Trigema on finishing -among others the Ökotex 100 Standards. The Monforts ranges are used to update and extend the existing machinery and they distinguish by latest range technique with minimum energy consumption.

With its 1,200 employees Trigema produces exclusively in Germany up to 40,000 articles per day using an average of 10 tons of fabric daily. The company was founded in 1919 and is managed successfully today in third generation by Dipl.-Kaufm. Wolfgang Grupp.


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