Panipat, which until recently was known as ‘City of Weavers’ has seen a huge leap in the spinning activities. The city is the biggest hub of recycled yarn market. There are more than 600 OE machines producing almost 500 tons of yarn every day. With the start of many spinning mills in this area, Truetzschler was the obvious technology partner.
Dr. Dirk Burger, CEO of the Truetzschler Group, Joseph Thomson, CEO of Truetzschler India, Ashish Sharma, vice president sales and service of Truetzschler India, Kiran Hanchate, business head spinning of ATE and Anil Sharma, regional head of ATE, New Delhi, were present to welcome the customers at the event.
“The Indian market is a special place for Truetzschler and the company strives to bring its latest products to its esteemed customers. In recent times Panipat has seen large deliveries of carding machines and therefore Truetzschler is committed to its after sales activities. Truetzschler will do all that is possible to be the customers ‘preferred choice of technology provider’ in the future,” said Dr. Burger.
Sharma presented details about the latest offerings from Truetzschler like the new automatic bale opener BO-P, the intelligent card TC 19i and the smart creel equipped draw frame TD 10.
The event was rounded off by a Q&A session where technical experts from Truetzschler answered the guests’ questions.
Fibre2Fashion News Desk (PC)