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Circular Knitting

Mayer & Cie. rewarded at CAITME

Uzbek Mayer & Cie. representative Textile Technologies & Services LLC receives award.

4th October 2022

Knitting Industry
 |  Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Knitted Outerwear

The textile machinery trade fair CAITME was a success for Textile Technologies & Services LLC – in an unexpected way. The long-standing Mayer & Cie. representative under the direction of Anna Tsoy received an award for best stand design at the recent show.

Timo Schramm, Sales Manager of the circular knitting machine manufacturer Mayer & Cie., said he was delighted with the award - after all, an appealing booth is also a magnet for visitors.

Mayer & Cie. says it considered CAITME a rewarding industry event as the company was able to complete a machine order at the event and prepare more. Timo Schramm, commented: “In Usbekiztan, we see continued demand for our top sellers, especially the Relanit 3.2 HS.”

The highly productive circular knitting machine for single jersey fabrics began its success story in Uzbekistan a few years ago. “Our local customers have recognized that investing in a premium machine is worthwhile. It is popular in the industrial frame for bales of goods up to about 160 kilograms,” says Schramm. The advantages of the Relanit 3.2 HS include its productivity and reliability in the processing of elastomer yarns.

In addition to the Relanit 3.2 HS, the MBF 3.2 for three-thread-fleece is one of the knitters’ favourites in the Central Asian country. The MBF 3.2 combines three-thread-fleece with single jersey structures. In the double jersey sector, the D4 3.2 and the D4 2.2 are also sought-after models. The D4 3.2 is often in demand in gauge E24 and used to produce interlock and interlock structures. The D4 2.2 in E16 to E18 is mostly used for rib fabrics.

 “We would like to thank our representative for the excellent organisation of the trade fair in this important circular knitting machine market,” concluded Timo Schramm.

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