At Picanol we are convinced we can help our customers grow. We’ve done it in the past and are very eager to keep doing so in the future.
To demonstrate our strong beliefs we have asked some of our customers to explain their choice of Picanol. They all point to different features and aspects of the Picanol weaving machines: energy-friendliness, time-saving capacity, flexibility etc. But they all have one main thing in common: they are companies with ambition and imagination that are determined to keep growing.
Mr. Pinakin Patel, Weaving Head (Woven Business) - ARVIND Ltd. Picanol and Arvind have been growing together progressively over the years. The first Picanol OMNI (airjet) and Gamma (rapier) machines were installed in 1999 and since then Arvind has been constantly investing in the latest Picanol technology, both rapier and airjet. Read more
Mr. Jitendrakumar Chopra and Mr. Amol Kanwade - Shreya Tex Mills (Universal Group) The group started its business with two power looms in 1982 and now has 64 shuttle looms and 48 Picanol airjet machines (24 OMNI and 24 OMNIplus Summum). Read more
BZ Jakar The great quality and fast service offered by Picanol are critical for BZ Jakar, as these are very important in order to complete the mission of customer satisfaction, on-time production and marketing. Read more
Mr. P.K. Acharya - Sr. President - Technical - Siyaram’s Silk Mills Ltd Siyaram is now one of the biggest Picanol customers for rapier machines, having installed 188 rapiers of various generations. The latest is the state-of-the-art installation of 120 OptiMax rapier machines at Tarapur. Read more
Mr. Sven Urbanski, Weaving Manager - Damino Damino has been a Picanol customer for a very long time. After the flood disaster of 2010 the weaving machines were completely under water for a short time. Damino urgently contacted the Picanol aftersales service which immediately sent a team of expert technicians. Thanks to their professional support Damino was able to restart its weaving machines after about one week, with a minimum of damage and repair. Read more