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Warp Knitting/​Crochet

Karl Mayer detects increasing demand in Vietnam

There will be a Karl Mayer Workshop Vietnam in November 2017 to support this modernisation and expansion process.

24th October 2017

Knitting Industry
 |  Obertshausen

Knitted Outerwear, Intimate Apparel, Sports/​Activewear, Technical Textiles

Karl Mayer, a leading manufacturer of warp knitting machines, is assisting Vietnamese companies with the installation of more up-to-date machines and equipment in the warp knitting sector. The company has detected this increasing demand from the state of its order books.

“A great deal of money is being invested in Vietnam,” commented Rainer Müller, the Sales Director for Asia. Many domestic manufacturers are currently modernising and extending their plants. Companies have specialised in the production of mosquito nets and are now looking for new applications. Italian, Korean, Taiwanese and Chinese companies are also investing in Vietnamese subsidiaries.”

Vietnam’s market

Vietnam’s textiles and clothing companies are currently being upgraded. Last year, the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) presented the government with a general restructuring plan for the period covering 2016 to 2020.

The document cites numerous objectives, which relate to the geographic relocation of companies, as well as the closure of fibre- and textile-producing companies working with out-dated technology, and increasing the productivity of the Vietnamese textile industry by for example using fewer highly efficient machines.

Karl Mayer Workshop Vietnam

There will be a Karl Mayer Workshop Vietnam in November 2017 to support this modernisation and expansion process, not only by supplying high-tech machines, but also by providing the necessary know-how.

The event is presented by the sole agent of Karl Mayer in Vietnam, ILLIES Engineering Vietnam. The topic of the workshop is the introduction to the principles of warp knitting on tricot machines with focus on HKS 3-M. It is providing following services:

  • Display of Karl Mayer’s machinery
  • Explanation of Karl Mayer’s machinery functions based on the Karl Mayer’s guidelines
  • Guidance for installation services of Karl Mayer’s machinery
  • Guidance for exchanging spare parts of Karl Mayer’s machinery

The workshop is taking place from 13-17 November and 20-24 November 2017.

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