Indonesia a burgeoning market for German knitting machine builders
With German textile machinery exports to Indonesia increasing by 132% to ?120 million in 2012, more than 300 high-ranking technical experts and decision makers from the country?s textile industry have been hearing how the latest knitting machines and equipment from Mayer & Cie, Karl Mayer and Groz Beckert can continue to improve their businesses.
Major investments in research and development programs by UK-based knitting machine builder Monarch and its Japanese business partner, Fukuhara have ensured that the company?s knitting machines incorporate the very latest technology. Emphasis has been placed on sustainable technology, energy saving and user-friendly features which ensure minimum downtime, maximum efficiency and, hence, maximum productivity.
One of South Africa?s leading warp knitters, which supplies a range of major retail groups and around 80% of the country?s hotels, has invested in new equipment aimed at guaranteeing the quality and reproducibility of its range of luxury, terry towelling products.
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The March-April edition examines some of the latest developments from the circular knitting industry including a detailed look at the latest labour saving devices for knitting mill owners to invest in.
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