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  TEXSPARES makes progress in winding machines

Texspares Machine Works (TMW) began its activities in 1959 and will be completing 50 years as on March 12, 2009 of serving the textile industry, especially manufacturing machinery for man-made fibre VFY, polyester and sewing thread industry, always serving the customers, building not just the business but also relationship.

TMW in its beginning stage was a company run by four partners, trying to establish itself in the market. In 1980, when Mr Navin C Doshi took over the reins of the company, the company had begun its journey on the road to success in the domestic and world markets also. Thus knowing that due importance has to be given to every customer as they all instill faith in its products and services, for that reason only the company always honour their customers and take their advise for improvement to be carried out as per the requirement of the market.

TMW started its ascent when it began manufacturing “Precision Cone Winding Machines” for man-made fibre industry. The company carried out some market research and realised that there was demand for cone winding machine for metallic, polyester and nylon yarns, it was the perfect time to introduce the next line, the Precision Pineapple Jumbo Cone Winding Machine. The next big leap followed by the introduction of the revolutionary “Superconer” which became the new vanguard and hold its own in the market. Superconer is cone to cone/cheese winder and also the Hank to Cone Winder (with inverter if required).

In between all of this an altogether separate unit was established in Gujarat in 1991, Umargaon Textile Mahinery Pvt Ltd (UTM) which was seen by the company as emerging market and place where establishing itself would only further its prospects. UTM manufactures 3, 4 and 5 tubes per spindle Winder and Twin Cone, King Spool (Y cone) Winders in single, twin and three spindles also, adding to its line of different type and purpose machines. Both these machines are being exported also. TMW has a rich heritage and under the able guidance of Mr Himanshu N Doshi, has flourished even further. Aided by a highly skilled human resource pool and latest tech-machines, TMW has earned a reputation of expertise in its domain. Also the fact that company’s business approach is completely customer-oriented, every product and service that comes out of the company is planned and executed with the customer in mind. TMW’s machines are reliable, sturdy and low cost maintenance as also lower power consumption. Spare parts are available in ready stock and servicing also done immediately if required. TMW attaches great importance to the excellent reputation it enjoys as an extraordinary after sales service provider. Knowing fully well that a satisfied customer is a retained customer who eventually over time would turn into a loyal customer. TMW also offers Plasma Ceramic Coating facilities to their clients for textile and other engineering parts.

Nearing fifty years in the industry the company product, services, employees, operations have all evolved and change. But the things that have not changed are its penchant for serving high quality products, the zeal with which every employee-new as well as old works to help the company reach the summit of its success -- wherein the customers see it as “The One to Trust” and also its ability to not just provide customer satisfaction but “Customer delight” has remained the same.

The company is also Sole Selling Agents of: 1) Kamitsu Seisakusho Ltd, Japan, for their SSP precision soft winder; 2) Thread Master Industrial Co Ltd, Taiwan, for their Automatic High Speed Sewing Thread Winding Machines.

Hall 3-LL, Stand B-102a

published November , 2008
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