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Texsus Purchases Machinery from A.Celli Nonwovens

February 15, 2017

High-speed spooling machine features 10 winding heads

Texsus S.p.A., an international company with a production site in Italy in the province of Pistoia, and a leader in the field of air through bonded (ATB) nonwovens and in innovative multi-layer solutions for the hygienic, medical and industrial markets, has confirmed the purchase of a high-speed spooling machine featuring 10 winding heads from A.Celli Nonwovens.

A.Celli executives say the fact that an important customer such as Texsus, who has always set innovation as the main pillar of its strategy, has chosen A.Celli Nonwovens technology is yet a further demonstration of how the A.Celli brand name is poised to meet any market demand and satisfy any particular request, offering a complete, highly specialized service to every customer.

The machinery supplied by A.Celli Nonwovens to Texsus can reach high standards as far as quality, reliability and productivity is concerned, with reel loading and unloading times reduced to a minimum.

This order, together with other recent orders for spooling machines obtained in the course of 2016, represent an official acknowledgement by the market of A.Celli Nonwovens technology also in this particular realm of business, confirming the primacy in terms of know-how and professionalism of the Lucca-based company, a world leader in the production of cutting-edge machinery for the field of nonwovens.

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