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STOLL brand demonstrates strength in China
February 2021
The first presentation of the STOLL brand during an in-house KARL MAYER product show ended in great success on December 19 after a three-day run. In China, the current infection development allows face-to-face events again.
Karl Mayer exhibits STOLL at in-house show in China
January 2021
The first presentation of the STOLL brand during an in-house KARL MAYER product show ended in great success on December 19 after a three-day run. Around 380 visitors from 170 companies took advantage of the opportunity to meet on site.
First warp knitted textiles with a seersucker effect
December 2020
Seersucker clothing is a hit every summer season. The fabrics look cool and can be worn without breaking into a sweat.
Karl Mayer’s one-stop-shop
November 2020
At the Karl Mayer online stand, visitors found a future-oriented solution portfolio for two of the most important stitch formation techniques – warp knitting and flat knitting
KARL MAYER one-stop-shop at WTiN Virtual Trade Show
October 2020
Other highlights at the KARL MAYER trade show presentation include an environmentally-friendly and economical indigo dyeing process for denim manufacturing and technical textiles, which are extremely popular in the construction industry and for infrastructure projects.
Groundbreaking ceremony at KARL MAYER's STOLL unit
August 2020
STOLL, a new Business Unit of the KARL MAYER Group, will be moving with its premises from the site at Stollweg in Reutlingen to the Reutlingen-Betzingen industrial estate, where it will continue its activities under the new owner, as planned.
Karl Mayer’s Stoll acquisition complete
August 2020
Stoll will continue its activities within the Karl Mayer as autonomous business unit. The brand will be carried on independently, and represents Karl Mayer’s expertise in the field of flat knitting technology.
Sustainable fibres for textiles and apparels
May 2018
In ecology, sustainability (from sustain and ability) is the property of biological systems to remain diverse and productive indefinitely. Long-lived and healthy wetlands and forests are examples of sustainable biological systems.
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