Ger­man knit­ting ma­chin­ery man­u­fac­turer Karl Mayer in­tro­duces TERRY.ECO con­cept

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Germany- based knit­ting ma­chin­ery maker Karl Mayer re­cently held two ‘ Tri­cot Cir­cle’ events in In­dia, at Da­man and Am­rit­sar. The com­pany pre­sented its TERRY. ECO con­cept for the first time in the coun­try. Markedly, TERRY. ECO is a highly ef­fi­cient con­cept for warp knit­ting and can help pro­duce up to 1,800 kg terry fab­rics by roughly con­sum­ing 87 per cent less energy per pro­duc­tion of a fabric. In­dia no­tably be­came one of the three most im­por­tant mar­kets when the coun­try or­dered more ma­chines than ever be­fore from the Ger­man com­pany back in 2015.

Mark Smith, Sales Man­ager, Karl Mayer said, “The coun­try has a pop­u­la­tion of around 1.3 bil­lion and ev­ery­one needs clothes and we are try­ing to thrive on this de­vel­op­ing econ­omy and as a man­u­fac­turer, we think we are in an ideal po­si­tion to de­liver the best qual­ity ma­chines.”

Around 135 par­tic­i­pants also showed in­ter­est in top­ics such as tex­tile prod­uct in­no­va­tions of the HKS se­ries for the ath­leisure sec­tor, to smartly de­signed, chic RSJ goods for sports and leisure to the vir­tual show­room of KARL MAYER. The feed­back from the au­di­ence and the talks dur­ing the breaks made the KARL MAYER rep­re­sen­ta­tives op­ti­mistic.

No­tably, the Ger­man man­u­fac­turer con­trib­utes to the In­dian tex­tile industry by or­gan­is­ing such events where the tex­tile spe­cial­ists from the coun­try de­lib­er­ate on in­no­va­tive ideas in the warp knit­ting sec­tor.

Karl Mayer re­cently held two ‘Tri­cot Cir­cle’ events in In­dia, at Da­man and Am­rit­sar.

TERRY.ECO can pro­duce up to 1800 kg terry fab­rics by con­sum­ing 87 per cent less energy per pro­duc­tion of a fabric

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