Itema meets Alperteks at KTM/Kahramanmaras Textile Machinery Exhibition

COLZATE, Italy — October 25, 2014 —  Itema S.p.A, the largest privately-owned multinational company and global leading provider of best-in-class weaving machines, spare parts and services, received a welcome visit from flagship Customer Alperteks Mensucat A.Ş. (Alperteks) during KTM trade exhibition held in Kahramanmaraş, Turkey.

Alperteks’ senior management, including Sait Alper, General Manager; Mehmet Alper, Plant Manager; and Mesut Okçu, Spinning Mill Manager; visited Itema and Bilol booth in a show of solidarity and demonstration of close partnership.

Itema is proud to list Alperteks, leading weaver of exclusive bedsheeting based in Uşak, Turkey, where it has a world-class production site, among the growing ranks of the Italian Company’s loyal Customers worldwide. The partnership between Alperteks and Itema, both at the pinnacle of excellence in their respective industries (textile manudacturing and weaving), dates back to 2012 and the very first order of A9500 which paved the way for a number of repeat orders and an installed base of A9500 totalling more than 100 sets to-date.

The Itema A9500 is a winning combination of rich experience, valuable know-how and revolutionary weaving machine technology. The airjet A9500 sets the bar high with a new benchmark of dependable, high-speed performance, mass production, consistent fabric quality and unbeatable versatility, which altogether enables Customers to rapidly and effectively embrace ever-changing market expectations.

The A9500 is part of a series of Itema airjet weaving machines that is well received around the globe and generates repeat orders from growing ranks of satisfied customers, such as Alperteks.

Itema’s mission is to ensure long-lasting customer satisfaction through substantial and continuous investment in product innovations. Alperteks successful case history confirms that Itema offers the right weaving technology to satisfy even the most demanding weavers worldwide.

Posted October 28, 2014

Source: Itema