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Reutlingen - Flat knitting machine builder Stoll will be exhibit at next month's Techtextil India exhibition, the region's leading international trade fair for technical textiles and nonwovens.

The exhibition is highly regarded as a key marketplace to develop new ideas, strengthen existing consumer relations and gain new business relationships. India, in particular is demonstrating an increasing demand for footwear and medical technology applications, Stoll's solutions for which include its TT sport and TT med technologies respectively.

This year, Stoll will show a number of its latest textile solutions in Hall 4, Booth B 60. Current patterns from shoe- and accessories sectors, suitable for CMS 303 B TT sport and CMS 202 B will be presented while new technical knitting solutions from the TT home, TT med, TT sport, TT mobility and TT e-tex sectors will also be on display.

The Stoll brand portfolio now includes flat knitting machines and pattern software that are used to produce fashion and technical textiles. The company exports its products to more than 50 countries worldwide and with a network of subsidiaries, sales and service centers and numerous agencies, it offers a fully integrated service package.

Techtextil India takes place from 20-22 November  

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