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Itema set to exhibit textile machinery at DTG 2019

Itema, leading Italian manufacturer of best-in-class weaving machines, spare parts, and integrated services, is set to exhibit at the Dhaka International Textile & Garment Machinery exhibition (DTG) 2019, in hall 7/510, from January 9-12, 2019, in Bangladesh. The company will be seen in a joint booth with its sole agent in the country, Pacific Associates.

The Italian company will showcase its absolute worldwide best-seller, the Itema rapier machine R9500. The R9500 on show, courtesy of the Itema Customer Well Group based in Chittagong, will exhibit a shirting fabric which represents one of the most produced in the Bangladeshi weaving mills. The Itema target is to demonstrate to the industry the textile superiority, the real production performances and the excellent efficiency of the R9500 when it comes to weaving the widest range of fabrics, including shirting, apparel, and bed sheeting, according to Itema.

DTG is for Itema the perfect stage to allow the Bangladeshi weavers to experience first-hand the advanced weaving technology and the worldwide Itema references, in what is defined as one of the future leading countries in the woven fabric production.

Itema is uniquely positioned in the market to offer textile manufacturers the top three weft insertion technologies – rapier, airjet, and projectile, OEM spare parts, upgrade kits, and a the dedicated online shop, MyItema, for the historic brands now part of Itema – Somet, Sulzer, and Vamatex, plus highly professional trainings in six worldwide locations.

The Italian representatives of the company along with the Bangladeshi Itema dedicated team will be at DTG to meet the industry players, to listen to their needs, and to show to them the multiple possibilities and advantages that they could get by dealing with Itema.

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