Vandewiele Savio presents extensive range at ITME 2022
Vandewiele displayed carpet samples produced on the digitally controlled RCF carpet weaving machine, as well as cut-loop machines and specific machines for weaving light carpets.
Reflecting India’s importance as a market to the group, Vandewiele Savio presented an extensive range of products and technologies under multiple brands for the textile industry at ITME 2022. The company highlighted its Bonas Ji and JiL jacquard ranges, which already dominate India’s sari weaving market. Besides, Vandewiele displayed carpet samples produced on the digitally controlled RCF carpet weaving machine, as well as cut-loop machines and specific machines for weaving light carpets.
The company also unveiled new products during the trade fair. “We are premiering two machines – Proxima Smartconer and a new large sized jacquard machine – at ITME,” stated Danny Bourgois, Manager Exhibitions, Vandewiele Savio
Savio presented the new Proxima Smartconer automatic winder at ITME 2022 ahead of ITMA in Milan 2023. The latest development in the jacquard range, the JiXXL – characterised by reliability, high productivity, maximum flexibility and low energy consumption – was also on the display at India ITME for the first time. Bejimac showcased a new singeing machine in response to the growing demand for knitwear singeing.
Today, all Vandewiele machines can be connected through cloud computing to the company’s TEXconnect remote supervision system. Speaking about digitalization, Danny Bourgois said, “We have started connecting our machines digitally more than 10 years back and we have made lot of developments in this direction. Every machine is digitally controlled to increase productivity of the machine. Automated, digitally-enabled machines consume very less energy compared to earlier generation conventional machines.”