Mayer & Cie. : Positive outlook for the Turk...
Mayer & Cie.

Positive outlook for the Turkish textile market

(Source: Mayer & Cie.)
(Source: Mayer & Cie.)

Large orders for knitting machinery, especially for standard products, are increasing in Turkey at the moment. That leads to new investments, new companies and a growing demand for refurbished machines that then need to be replaced by new machines elsewhere. And former commission merchants are now enterprises. Turkey benefits from its proximity to Europe now. 

Mayer & Cie. is exhibiting with its Turkish representative Mayer Mümessillik Tekstil Tic. Ltd. Şti. (MMÜ), Istanbul/Turkey, will once more exhibit at the International Textile Machinery Exhibition (ITM) in Istanbul from June 14-18, 2022, after the event had already been postponed twice due to Covid-19.
The company will present 3 machines: the D4-2.2 X interlock machine, the OV 3.2 QCe for double jersey structures and the MV 4 3.2 II for single jersey fabrics.  

The OV 3.2 QCe from Mayer & Cie., Albstadt/Germany, is a specialist for interlock fabrics and double jersey structures that it knits in both filament and synthetic fiber yarns. With a conversion kit this machine also qualifies as a producer of 8-lock structures, spacer fabrics and fine gauges. It is available in 3 frames: from open-width and industrial to giant frame. It is mainly used for sportswear and for leisure and outerwear. In Istanbul the OV 3.2 QCe on show will be a 30-inch, E40-gauge model. 
The double-jersey D4-2.2 X is suitable for knitting fine rib fabrics of up to E28 gauge. Spacer and interlock fabrics are also part of the machine’s established repertoire. It can also produce elastomeric plating in both cylinder and dial cam.
In the single jersey sector, the MV 4 3.2 II on show at the ITM knits to an E38 gauge. The machine can also be supplied for gauges from E14 to E60. It is highly flexible, with a repertoire that ranges from piqué and double piqué to 1-thread fleece and smooth single jersey.

»I have my doubts as to whether ITM will attract such a large international turnout this time round. Yet we nevertheless look forward to it eagerly. There is no substitute for direct, in-person contact with customers and partners, and after two years of online meetings it is simply an urgent necessity.«
Stefan Bühler of Mayer & Cie.

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