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Terrot continues R&D activities despite COVID-19 limitations

The results of a joint effort are new technologies and future fabrics

17th June 2020

Knitting Industry
 |  Chemnitz, Germany

Intimate Apparel, Sports/​Activewear

© Terrot.

Leading German circular knitting machine builder, Terrot reports that despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the Chemnitz headquartered company is forging ahead with its R&D activities, whilst supporting its customers.

“In spite of limited travel activities Terrot keeps the contact to clients and its ability to act by 100%. The result of a joint effort are new technologies and future fabrics,” Terrot said today in a statement.

“In a direct cooperation with clients and external partners, Terrot is testing new technical features and puts them into practice. Terrot impressively demonstrates that even in difficult times its R&D department is at the side of its customers,” the company adds.

© Terrot.

© Terrot.

In terms of market recovery after the coronavirus crisis the company comments: “First new incoming orders are giving positive market signals.”

In addition to its core business, Terrot is also continuing with the production of mouth-nose masks. Together with regional and international partners, the company is producing high quality masks according to customer requirements.

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