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Air Splicer adds value for Japanese knitter
Thursday, 12 November 2009

Yamagata - The installation of Shima Seiki?s latest Air Splicer technology on its recently installed Mach2X WholeGarment knitting machines is helping one Japanese knitter to add significant value to its range of high quality, multi coloured knitwear.

Teindre Co., based in the city of Yamagata was established in 1980 and since then, has moved confidently through the Shima Seiki range of machines beginning with two SET machines in 7G. From there the company has progressed through the Shima portfolio to WholeGarment technology in the shape of SWG-First machines in 7G, NewSES-SWG in 5G, and SWG-X in 12G, culminating with the installation of two Mach2X machines in July of this year.