|Karl Mayer to celebrate 80 years of warp knitting innovation|
Obertshausen - Warp knitting machine builder Karl Mayer will host a series of events and in-house shows to celebrate its 80-year anniversary in 2017.
“We will organize various in-house shows for our business partners, giving them an insight into the future of textile development and production technology," said Arno Gärtner, Karl Mayer’s chief executive officer. "Almost two years after the last ITMA we will show our next innovation steps – responding to the challenges of digitization and conservation of resources."
As part of its celebrations, the company will present its latest textile developments covering trends such as athleisure, and will also demonstrate how it has introduced digitization into the textile industry value-chain by expanding the application of its new automation platform KAMCOS 2.
Other key topics will include sustainability through its LEO (Low Energy Option) facility and PROSIZE, a sizing system that will save up to 20 per cent resources in fresh water, size agent and waste water.
The events throughout 2017 will also highlight the benefits of Karl Mayer's capital investment programme over the last two years which has seen the company spend more than €40 million on developing its own infrastructure. These include:
For more information go to www.80yearskarlmayer.com