Germany-based A. Monforts Textilmaschinen GmbH & Co. KG recently hosted 14 plant managers and technical managing directors from Pakistan at its Technology Center in Germany to learn about new production processes and resource-efficient solutions. The company uses such educational events as an opportunity to learn from customers and exchange ideas.
“The suggestions for refinements and product improvements are often initiated by our customers,” said Peter Tolksdorf, chief technologist, Monforts. According to the company, Pakistan is one of the most important markets in Asia for Monforts.
The visitors experienced an environmentally friendly dyeing machine experiment featuring the Econtrol and Econtrol T-CA processes developed by Monforts and Singapore-based Dystar. The processes save on time and salt during dyeing, and steam during drying, among other savings, according to the company.
“Many of [the customers] reported that our machines have been used for years to their complete satisfaction in their production,” said Klaus Heinrich, vice president, sales and marketing, Monforts. “That makes me very proud.”
Monforts recently hosted 14 plant managers and technical managing directors from Pakistan at its Germany-based Technology Center