At ITM from April 14th to 17th in Istanbul, Karl Mayer will focus on innovative machine systems and technical solutions, which are opening up new opportunities in the Turkish market.
“We are showing an HKS 3-M producing a newly developed voile-like net curtain pattern. As far as warp-knitted net curtains and embroidery grounds are concerned, we are expecting some interesting conversations with companies new to this sector concerning new expansion plans and projects,” says Bastian Fritsch, a Senior Sales Manager at Karl Mayer.
He also expects many inquiries concerning the production of home textiles in general, as well as outerwear fabrics on high-speed tricot, jacquard and multibar raschel machines. These include lightweight fabrics with a variety of different grounds and superimposed designs produced on an HKS 4-M EL, as well as stylish lace designs created on a Lace.Express. Senior Sales Manager Fritsch is certain that terry fabrics as well, especially those produced on the TM 4 TS, will also be a hot topic at the ITM trade fair.
As far as warp preparation is concerned, Karl Mayer is exhibiting as an expert partner in the denim sector. The company is showing a Long Chain Beamer, a Ball Warper, and models of the Prodye indigo dyeing machine and the Double Vario dyeing unit for use in the production of jeans. Dieter Gager, the Sales Director of Karl Mayer’s Warp Preparation Business Unit, says that the Prodye range of products is already well established on the Turkish market, and this position is being strengthened by the company’s participation in the fair.
For anyone interested in technical textiles, this company has many ideas and suggestions relating to the production of composites, especially for the construction industry, with textile concrete being the buzzword here.