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Stoll to host first symposium on 145th anniversary

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Aug '18
Courtesy: SToll
Courtesy: SToll
Stoll is set to host its first Stoll symposium at New York City facility, on September 27, 2018. With the kick-off of the company’s 145th anniversary, the Stoll Symposium is a means to give back to industry leaders who utilise its machinery and services, and to educate designers and brands on various knitting solutions and techniques available with Stoll.

The event will include seven key sessions that will walk attendees through a technical leap in time from knitting applications to techniques to machinery throughout the years. The sessions will provide an in-depth comprehension of Stoll ADF & CMS techniques, Stoll-artwork, Stoll-autocreate, Stoll-knit and wear, yarn experience and usage, and technical textiles at Stoll. There will be an additional session dedicated to Stoll’s partnerships and customers. These companies will be discussing the current trends of the market in relation to knitting, their businesses, and technical textiles as a whole.

Stoll’s CEO, Andreas Schellhammer, and head of fashion and technology, Joerg Hartmann, will be toasting the evening reception and will present Stoll’s impact on product creation and fashion throughout the years.

Andreas Schellhammer said, “We are constantly evolving as a global manufacturer, and the best way to stay afloat in this competitive industry is to learn from your customers. Stoll has worked with some of the most innovative brands worldwide, and Stoll Symposium is our way of giving back to the knitting industry. 145 years is a colossal achievement, and that is all thanks to our loyal customer base.”

Joerg Hartmann, head of fashion and technology of Stoll said, “It is essential that the market understands the full potential of Stoll’s design, machinery, software, and service solutions. This seminar is not just to honour the many accomplishments of Stoll, but also to educate and inspire. With the launch of both Stoll-artwork and the digital textile factory this past April, Stoll is truly embarking upon a new industry standard on a global scale.” (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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