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Picanol to show airjet & rapier machines at Indo-Intertex

Picanol, a leading developer of weaving and other machineries for textiles, is set to display its airjet and rapier weaving machines at the 16th Indonesia International Textile and Garment Machinery & Accessories expo (Indo-Intertex), which will be held from April 4 to 7, 2018, at the Jakarta International Expo in Kemayoran, Jakarta, in hall BC-booth 90.

The company will present its newest rapier machine, the OptiMax-i, the successor to its bestseller, the OptiMax. An OMNIplus Summum airjet machine will also be displayed at the Picanol booth. Both machines will be equipped with the latest technologies and unique Picanol features and will be weaving fabrics which are typically produced in Indonesia with yarns sourced locally. Focus will be on the highest industrial speeds, combined with energy efficiency and flexibility.

Picanol is a well-known textile technology brand in Indonesia with a presence of over 50 years on the Indonesian market. In the early 1990s, Picanol founded a training and service centre in the Indonesian city of Bandung, which is located in the heart of the textile industry of Java. The service centre, now managed by PT Picanol Indonesia, covers the Indonesian market for Picanol products and services with local sales and service staff and qualified technicians.

With the broadest product range on the market, professional local services, and considerable presence, Picanol remains highly committed to the Indonesian textile industry. Weaving mills across Indonesia put their trust and confidence in Picanol machines and after-sales support. Even the educational institutions like the textile university in Bandung and the newly opened textile school in Solo, both have installed latest Picanol machines to train their students.

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