CREALET, the worldâ€™s leading manufacturer of electronically controlled warp feed systems for weaving machines and outstanding mechanical engineering partner for a variety of high-tech industries to partake at the textile machinery trade fair, ITMA this year to be held from 12-19 November in Milan to display its new weaving machines for wide technical fabrics.
The company to promote its new offer in specialized weaving machine manufacture. Together with IQ-SPS, the specialist in conversions and custom-made weaving machines, CREALET is building specialized weaving machines for wide technical fabrics.
These textiles are used in trade fair construction, stage technology as well as in film and photo studios. Additional applications include woven agro and geo textiles.
In the specialized weaving machine manufacturing, CREALET is taking on the electronic warp supply of the warp beams integrated in the weaving machine and is manufacturing additional sub-units for the warp supply from the creel or from additional warp beam stands.
Furthermore, the companyâ€™s sales organization will be made available for global marketing. The first installed machines for these fields of application are already operating. Additional concrete projects are in progress.
CREALET is a Swiss company founded in Eschenbach in 2003. The companyâ€™s services span from the consultation, design and production up to the commissioning. The companyâ€™s products and innovative solutions are employed in warp let-off and cloth take-up systems, as well as in specialized weaving machine manufacturing. The manufacturer supplies a variety of products from upgrade packages for weaving and warp knitting machines to comprehensive conversions of weaving machines for specific market requirements.
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