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OMNIplus Summum-HP airjet for speed
The Picanol OMNIplus Summum-HP airjet is built for bottomweights where existing airjets can barely reach 1000 RPM. The need for speed in this range of fabrics is felt especially in developed markets.
Picanol at their best in weaving business
Picanol participated at ITMACH exhibition, which was held at the Exhibition Centre in Gandhinagar, Ahmedabad from 7-10 December 2017. This event was one of the largest textile machinery exhibitions of 2017 in the country and included participation from over 10 countries including India, China, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Netherland, Turkey, Japan, Korea and Taiwan. Picanol NV Belgium was located in Stall No.D-40/41 & E-33/34 in Hall-6 and displayed their airjet looms – OMNIplus Summum.
Picanol to display 4 high-tech weaving machines
Picanol will take this opportunity at the India-ITME 2016 to present all of its latest high-tech weaving machines and underline its prominent position in the Indian market by displaying four high-tech weaving machines at its booth. In addition to two recently introduced OptiMax-i rapier machines, two state-of-the-art OMNIplus Summum airjet machines will also be on display.
Picanol to present new rapier & airjet innovations
For ITMA, Picanol will be presenting a wide variety of new airjet and rapier weaving machines. The year 2015 sees Picanol celebrating 40 years of manufacturing rapier weaving machines with the global launch of its new OptiMax-i and TerryMax-i machines.
Picanol at IGATEX 2014
From 21-24 October 2014, Picanol participated in the eighth edition of IGATEX, the garment & textile machinery exhibition staged in Lahore, Pakistan. The Picanol booth was organised by Jamil Ghauri, Managing Director of Ghauri Enterprises, who represents Picanol in Northern Pakistan (Punjab & KPK).
Hometex: Homing in on targets
They came, they saw, they conquered. Less than three decades back, some entrepreneurs from textile industry achieved a similar swift victory when they had a go at the potential of home textiles, particularly in exports. Welspun, Bombay Dyeing, Alok Industries, Fabindia, Portico... the list now has grown bigger.
Picanol to display 4 airjets and 3 rapiers
As one of the worlds leading weaving machine manufacturers, Picanol has always had a very close relationship with the Chinese textile industry. This relationship is not a matter of chance or coincidental developments: