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Karl Mayer welcomes Chinese business delegation

Karl Mayer wowed a Chinese business delegation with the widest HKS in the world.

3rd July 2018

Knitting Industry
 |  Obertshausen

Knitted Outerwear, Sports/​Activewear, Household, Technical Textiles

Karl Mayer, a leading German manufacturer of warp knitting and warp preparation machines, welcomed a 14-member delegation from China's warp knitting stronghold Haining, Zhejiang province, yesterday, with the world's widest high-performance tricot machine.

The record HKS 3-M has a working width of 280". Compared to the previously available standards, the width expansion makes it possible to produce webs of different widths with a higher number of webs; this performance impressed the visitors, the company reports.

Karl Mayer wowed a Chinese business delegation with the widest HKS in the world. © Karl Mayer

The delegation consisted of heads of the Haining Economic and Information Technology Bureau and managing directors of companies in the textiles industry and other sectors.

Karl Mayer is technology and market leader, as well as driving force for innovations in textile machinery building. The manufacturer offers solutions for warp knitting, technical textiles and warp preparation for weaving.

With more than 2,300 employees worldwide, the company produces in its main markets, so that Karl Mayer is always close to its customers and their needs. Today the company has subsidiaries in the USA, in India, Italy, Hong Kong, Japan, China and Switzerland, as well as agencies all over the world.

The German family-run enterprise was set up in 1937. As long-standing and reliable partner with many years of professional experience, Karl Mayer supports the competitiveness of its customers and business partners.

www.karlmayer.com

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