The stitching capacities at our location in Sri Lanka have been significantly expanded. The new acquisition is a 12-head stitching machine by Tajima, the world’s leading manufacturer of industrial stitching machines. Tajima stitching machines are efficient and precise, ensuring consistently high quality. Up to now, our manufacturing plant in Sri Lanka has been working with a 6-head stitching machine.
Stitching equipped for the future
The additional machine increases the production volume by more than 200 percent. The machine can now be operated in a two-shift system. Thanks to this investment, we are able to meet future challenges with regard to our stitching offer in a more efficient and optimised way. After all, stitching is no longer only required for design features. Today, this technique is also used for many technical areas. Sewing or stitching makes it possible to place conductive structures in or on textiles. As an example, seams and surfaces made from conductive yarn are used as sensors for smart textiles.