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Busi looks forward to ITMA after Turkish success

Socks machine maker buoyant after success at the ITM trade show in Istanbul.

13th July 2022

Knitting Industry
 |  Botticino (BS), Italy


Leading Italian socks knitting machine manufacturer Busi Giovanni is looking forward to next year’s ITMA 2023 in Milan, Italy. The announcement comes after the company successfully exhibited at the ITM trade fair in Istanbul, Turkey.

“We have recently exhibited at our Turkish Exclusive Agent’s booth in Istanbul, and wish to thank you our Turkish colleagues from Teksel Tekstil who gave BUSI full support and accurate assistance,” commented Paola Claudia Baldracchi Commercial & Marketing Director at Busi.

“And certainly, thank you indeed to the many visitors from Turkey and neighbouring countries that visited our stand and did show deep concern with Busi unique sock-knitting machines,” continued Ms. Baldracchi.

Busi Headquarters in Botticino, near Brescia, Italy. © Busi Giovanni

“Now, days are bridging another key international event that takes place in Milan from 8 till 14 June next year. In the meantime, Busi continues with its manufacturing model and business management, Industry 4.0, since our commitment to customers, agents and staff never stops,” she concludes.

Since 1958 Busi Giovanni has specialised in the design and construction of single-cylinder machines with rib needles in the dial for the production of high-quality stockings, socks and tights. The company is a supplier to the most important producers of stockings, socks and tights, for the men's, women's and children's markets - classic, patterned, sports, technical-sports, as well as medical, with special solutions for graduated compression.

The family-run company sells in 63 countries around the world (90% export) through a network of partners that provide distribution and service.

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