VEIT, a leading textile and garment machinery manufacturer, will present new highlights in the areas of ironing, finishing, pressing, and fusing in the garment, automotive, and interior sectors, at Texprocess, in hall 4.1, booth C10. The leading tradefair for processing textile and flexible materials will be held from May 14-17, 2019, in Frankfurt, Germany.
Among the large portfolio of high-performance technology to be presented at the show, there will be a significantly improved shirt finisher SF 26. With the new model SF 26, VEIT manages to further increase both the functionality and the ergonomics of the shirt finisher. For the customer, this optimisation in application technology is reflected in higher quality of the finished product and simplified operation. Combined with the improved FS shirt folding table series, a highly successful product, VEIT offers true streamlining potential while maintaining high quality levels when folding shirts, blouses, and polos in three versions, the company said in a press release.
Reacting to the customers’ demands, VEIT has equipped their popular BX fusing machines – BXT, the universal solution for shirts and outerwear – with a separate feeding belt and a 7” colour operating panel. These changes make the BX fully industry 4.0 ready and helps to further improve the ergonomics and energy efficiency. In order to increase flexibility in the shaping of textiles, VEIT will present a new solution for high-quality finishing of the elbow seam in the area of BRISAY machines – the BRI 860 VC sleeve seam finish pressing machine.
The 8430 universal multiform finisher was enhanced to cover an even wider range of applications. It can now also be used for finishing, among other items, also polos, T-shirts, blouses, blousons and jackets. In addition to the innovative machine highlights, VEIT has also developed special solutions for customers’ investment decisions.
VEIT will be presenting two interesting offers for the customers at Texprocess. Customers may choose to buy a machine according to the ‘Pay Per Piece’ system, which means that they pay for how much the machine is used, instead of a full up-front investment. This reduces the investment risk and allows more flexible reactions to especially to scalable business opportunities.
Alternatively, when purchasing a machine the traditional way, customers can limit operating costs, extend the machine’s lifespan and achieve improved machine availability by signing a service contract. With its global service and partnership network, VEIT can offer this service worldwide.