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Busi participates in Italy-Mongolia project

Company gets involved in the Italy-Mongolia Textile Technology Training Center with leading educational establishment PISIE.

24th May 2021

Knitting Industry
 |  Botticino (BS), Italy


Leading Italian socks knitting machine manufacturer Busi Giovanni is participating in a new industrial project in distant Mongolia, along with PISIE (Politecnico Internazionale per lo Sviluppo Industriale ed Economico, Italy), in the Italy-Mongolia Textile Technology Training Center.

“This is to continue its mission strongly aimed at strict cooperation with Universities for industrial projects as well as research and development of new products,” Busi explained in a statement.

Launching the project, ACIMIT (Association of Italian Textile Machinery Manufacturers) recently organized a webinar, which Busi participated in alongside other Italian suppliers, with a presentation by the company’s Commercial & Marketing Director, Paola Claudia Baldracchi.

“Among attendees there was the Mongolian Wool and Cashmere Association, that showed great interest in Busi machines, which is expected to give a large contribution to the current project while opening the door to future ones,” Paola Claudia Baldracchi said.

“Now it is only a matter of short time as the Busi machine will arrive to Mongolia next June.”

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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