Techtextil Focus | May 2017
Joint appearance of IQ-SPS and CREALET
IQ-SPS GmbH (Germany) and CREALET AG (Switzerland) will take the chance to point out their efforts to take advantage of synergies that exist in terms of products, services and market position during the Techtextil in Frankfurt am Main.
The two companies have the necessary know-how to modernise or overhaul weaving machines. The engineering department is constantly creating innovative products in the field of electronically warp feeding from beams or weaving creels for existing or new wide and narrow weaving machines as well as warp knitting machines. Special developments were realised in the feeding of carbon fibres.
Core business of both companies
IQ-SPS and CREALET bring their expertise to bear on adapting and upgrading machines and their warp control systems so that customers get a customised application specific machine. Upgrading of existing machines or the purchase of used machines does not mean a sacrifice on quality. Quite the opposite: Used and generally overhauled machines are often of higher quality and not so prone to breakdown as new models.
CREALET was founded in 2003 with the aim of developing electronically controlled warp feed systems for weaving machines. The company has established itself as a market leader in this area; this fact has led to an impressive product range that is precisely oriented to the requirements of customers and the high demands of the market.
IQ-SPS GmbH was founded in 2010 with the aspiration of offering customised heavy and wide weaving machines. With its products, the company uncompromisingly orients itself to the customer needs of technical weavers.