KARL MAYER to show STOLL knitting solutions for first time
Posted December 16, 2020
OBERTSHAUSEN, Germany – KARL MAYER (CHINA) will be presenting flat knitting machine technology on its premises for the first time.
The innovative world market leader in textile machinery building had acquired the industry leader STOLL in February 2020, and shortly afterwards moved its Shanghai plant to KARL MAYER's Changzhou site as one of the first integration projects. From December 17-19, the group is organizing an in-house show there to present itself as a leading supplier of innovative solutions for warp knitting and flat knitting on the Chinese market.
Highlights of the face-to-face event include a new flat knitting machine for the volume market demonstrating its skills in the automated and fully digitized production of an individualized fully fashion article, innovative software solutions for flat knitting and design inspiration for the creative process. There will also be a presentation of an innovative technology for the production of everyday masks: during the knitting process, the nose bridge for the face covering is inserted automatically.
Representing warp knitting technology, a weft knitting machine will be demonstrating how chic home textiles and garments can be produced highly efficiently.
A guided tour of the company will round off the show program with its high market relevance.
During the in-house meeting of the knitting industry at KARL MAYER (CHINA), STOLL's customers will be able to see for themselves the high-tech equipment in the halls where their machines are produced, and the expertise of the team that will be on hand to help them.
"The modern production facilities and new setup of Stoll development at Changzhou will strengthen values for customers in China and Asia,” Yang ZengXing, general manager of KARL MAYER (CHINA) said.
Visitors will also be able to gain an insight into other areas of the KARL MAYER Group. For example, they will find out how they can benefit from the digital solutions of the software start-up KM.ON, and learn about other technologies such as warp knitting.
For more information on the exhibits and the in-house show program, please click here.
Source: KARL MAYER