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SSM part of eight major expos in four months

SSM part of eight major expos in four months

May ’18

Courtesy: SSM

Courtesy: SSM

SSM (Schärer Schweiter Mettler AG), a leader in yarn processing and winding and Swiss developer of patents in electronic yarn guiding systems, has participated in eight exhibitions in four months this year. In Colombia, Bangladesh, Japan, Russia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Turkey, and Pakistan, SSM displayed its solutions for yarn processing and winding.


The exhibitions in Colombia, Bangladesh, Russia, Indonesia, and Pakistan took place on joint booths of the SSM representatives. During the shows, SSM met many existing and also potential new customers who showed interest in their products. Thanks to the great effort and support of the SSM agents, the exhibitions have been a great success.


For Japan Yarn Fair and Saigontex, SSM had their own booth with the kind support of their local representatives. There, the main focus was given to the high range of possibilities SSM customers could profit. With final packages, wound on SSM machines, as well as knitted textile samples the visitors could feel the difference.


The biggest appearance of SSM was at the ITM in Istanbul, where they combined the sample bobbins and textile (made on the TG30-ETC) with the winding and yarn process machines, such as DP5-T for creating slubs and neps, the XENO-AC for air covered yarns or the XENO winding and doubling machines including DIGICONE 2 for higher dyeable package densities. Last but not least, the PWX-MTC, SSM’s latest machine for rewinding of highly elastic yarns on muffs or hanks, was displayed.


Overall, SSM had a successful appearance on the shows around the globe in the first four months and they are looking forward to the exhibitions to come, in order to serve the market with their latest and best solutions for the textile industry. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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