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. 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
Çalik Denim - Çalik Holding Çalik Denim uses Picanol machines to make its fabric. The denim is woven with 144 OptiMax, but now the company has also installed its first 40 OptiMax-i. Read more
Getzner Textil The decision to buy Picanol airjets was taken after an extensive trial during which Picanol proved to have the most efficient and high-performance airjet weaving machines available in the market. Read more
Ilay Textile Ilay Textile currently has 64 Picanol OptiMax machines (both dobby and jacquard versions), along with 16 OMNIplus 800 (cambox version) and 20 OMNIplus Summum (dobby) weaving mainly women’s outwear. Read more
Haining Bafang Weaving Co. Ltd Two production lines for spindling and air spinning and 30,000 spindles deliver 10,000 tonnes of yarn per annum, all for use in the company's own weave shed which is equipped throughout with Picanol rapier machines. Since 1987 Bafang has put its trust in Picanol, investing almost every year in the latest Picanol technology. Read more