The production machines supplied by KARL MAYER Textile Machinery Ltd. may be second-hand, but there is still plenty of life left in them. This second-hand machinery dealer is based in Shepshed, is part of the KARL MAYER group of companies, and is responsible for selling the group’s all range of machines. Since January of this year, the range has also included the warp preparation machines. This not only applies to the pre-owned machines for producing warp beams for weaving and warp knitting manufactured by KARL MAYER, but also to the machines previously sold under the names of Sucker, Benninger and Griffin, which have now been integrated into the programme.
Regardless of the original manufacturer, all the warp preparation machines supplied by KARL MAYER Textile Machinery Ltd. benefit from the company’s many years of experience in dealing with used warp knitting machines, and also from the worldwide service network operated by the KARL MAYER Group. The workers employed in Shepshed are not only responsible for buying and selling the machines, they also ensure that the machines are returned as quickly as possible. Depending on the customer’s requirements, they can give advice on implementing planned production strategies, evaluate the goods awaiting delivery, sort out transport and export papers, suggest financing options, and organise a full service by the company’s own engineers. If required, KARL MAYER’s experienced technicians can run down and start up the machinery. This includes dismantling, re-assembling, overhauling and commissioning the machines. KARL MAYER’s service personnel are available worldwide should any intervention be required while the machine is operating. The machines supplied by KARL MAYER Textile Machinery Ltd. offer a manageable investment outlay and top levels of performance, and represent a cost-effective alternative for newcomers to the sector and for companies wishing to expand their plant or implement modernisation projects. And in every case, they represent the ideal opportunity to get to know the technology and the company when purchasing new machinery. ‘Against the background of the improving order situation especially, our pre-owned machines are giving added impetus to the weaving sector,’ said Mark Smith. ‘At the moment, we are successfully making a name for ourselves here,’ he added when describing the activities of his group.