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A.T.E. has teamed up with Quanzhou Jingmei Machine Co. Ltd. to sell ‘Jingmei’ brand circular knitting machines in India (excluding Ludhiana) and Bangladesh. It will also provide service support to Jingmei customers across India and Bangladesh and maintain certain essential spares for immediate distribution.

Wholly-owned by the Santoni Group, the company has sold hundreds of circular knitting machines in India, Bangladesh, and other parts of the world which include China, Brazil, Mexico, Indonesia, Turkey, Pakistan, South Africa and Italy.

It manufactures the entire range of circular knitting machines in body size from 13” to 24”, as well as large diameters from 25” up to 44” from 12G up to 40G, which include single jersey, three thread fleece, double jersey in rib and interlock, spacer fabric, auto striper in 4 and 6 colours, jacquard, striper jacquard, mattress ticking fabric, terry and reverse terry in tubular as well as open width configurations. With the production capacity of more than 1,000 machines annually, Jingmei has a R&D facility at its factory in Xiamen to offer better products to its customers through continuous innovation.

Also ReadSurat (India) is now focusing on circular knitting

A single jersey tubular machine with 4 feeders/inch, 34 inch diameter and 28 gauge has been installed in A.T.E.’s Surat (India) showroom as a demo unit for customers, as well as to produce samples to convince customers on the quality of deliverables on Jingmei machines.

 

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