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Shima Seiki’s new cutting machine fares well at SaigonTex ’17


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Shima Seiki P-CAM182 cutting machine“The response that we have received for our newly launched cutting machine, P-CAM182, has been very good and we are very happy,” Nobuhiro Nishimine, General Director, Shima Seiki Vietnam Co. Ltd. exclusively told Apparel Resources during the SaigonTex exhibition that was held in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam last week.  

Fast and efficient with excellent productivity, the multi-ply computerized cutting machine allows up to 55 mm of fabric material to be cut while the turbo fan option suppresses fluctuation in air pressure for stable multi-ply cutting. In addition to apparels and textiles, this machine is suited to other industrial applications as well.

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Shima Seiki Vietnam has been providing cutting machines since 2010 and aspire to be a leading supplier of cutting machines as well. “We are the number one in knitting machines and we are hopeful to be the number one in cutting machines as well soon,” averred a confident Nishimine.

Nishimine was also very positive about the Vietnamese market and said that compared to countries like Cambodia, Myanmar and Laos, Vietnam is a fast evolving market. “Although labour cost is increasing, efficiency, productivity and management keeps Vietnam ahead of many countries,” remarked Nishimine.


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