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Orange O Tec to market Serkon Makina machines in India
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Dec '16
MC 90 machine
MC 90 machine
Surat based textile and apparel machinery marketer Orange O Tec Pvt Ltd will market machines produced by Serkon Makina in north and west India. Serkon Makina is a leading Turkish manufacturer of textile and apparel cutting manufacturing technologies and equipment. The company specialises in offering customised wide width spreaders for garment sector.
 
Orange O Tec will market cutting machines, pin tables, software, hanger systems, computerised tables and air tables produced by Serkon Makina, which also offers related software, customised as per customers’ requirements.
 
The company will market Serkon’s MH 1, a 3.4 metre wide fully automatic fabric spreader for home textiles, which operates at a spreading speed up to 100 metres/minute and has a spreading height of 0.25 metres with cutting device. The automatic spreader has a table width ranging from 2.8 metres to 3.6 metres with allowed fabric width available from 2.6 metres to 3.4 metres and can handle roll diametre of 0.65 metres.
 
Additionally, the machine can spread woven and knit fabrics in roll or flat-fold form weighing up to 300 kg without tension and edges are aligned perfectly, while the cradle feed system tilts for easy fabric roll loading/unloading and eliminates the use of a fabric roll bar.
 
For apparel producers, the Serkon MC 90 automatic fabric cutter provides the best features of a CNC cutter and cuts at a speed of 100 metre/minute with a cutting height up to 0.09 metres and a cutting width available from 1.6 metres to 2.4 metres, making it viable for wide fabrics used in manufacturing home furnishings.
 
The MC 90 is integrated with Windows platform and is compatible with all CAD systems and can select the pieces not to be cut and bypass them during cutting and is a very quiet machine with noise level below 80 dBA and is a perfect complement to the MH 1.
 
Common for all automatic cutters of Serkon Makina, there is a user friendly keypad which controls various machine functions at the cutter.
 
“We decided to be marketing partners for Serkon Makina in northern and western India after doing due diligence. We found that their products are extremely durable with a focus on quality. Additionally, we have also set up a team of highly trained technicians to provide effective and responsive after-sales service for Serkon Makina technologies,” Aayush Rathi, director at Orange O Tec, said.
 
“Due to the high quality of the Serkon Makina technologies and excellent service that we will offer, we aim to grab a large slice of the market in the next 2-3 years,” he added. (RKS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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