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Impossible not anymore

"Why change?"
"It's not possible."
"We've always done it this way."

That's how ideas are killed off before they are even born. That's how people are discouraged from trying new things. That's what stops markets from evolving and innovating. 

 

The market for technical weaving machines is like that. Where we hear things like “For our customers, speed is of lesser importance.” Or “Only very bespoke technical solutions can meet the hyper-specialist needs of our customers.” Or even “Our customers are specialized, they don't need flexible machines.”

At Picanol Technical, we don’t believe this. We don't believe that anybody, no matter how specialized, wants to be locked into a niche market. We believe that everybody can grow through flexibility.

We believe that in every market, faster is better.
 

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Team Technical

  • Principle #1:

    Technical quality is our number one priority.

  • Principle #2:

    Nobody wants to be stuck in a fading niche market.

  • Principle #3:

    Versatility through modularity.

  • Principle #4:

    Speed is everybody’s business.

  • Principle #5:

    Technical should not mean unaffordable.

  • Principle #6:

    Customer service excellence to match the technical quality.

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Showcases

  • Central Textiles, USA
    Patrick McReynolds, Manufacturing Manager

    Central Textiles is an integrated textile producer that has been operating in Central (South Carolina, USA) since 1984 when the current owners purchased an old, existing textile..

  • Heathcoat Fabrics, UK
    Peter Hill, Director Woven Fabrics

    Heathcoat Fabrics Limited was established in 1808 by John Heathcoat, the inventor of the bobbinet lace making machine. It relocated from the English Midlands to its present site..

  • Mattex, USA
    Patriek Demeyere, Operations Manager / Penny G. Justice, Beaming/Weaving Manager

    Mattex started production of woven polypropylene carpet backings in Jeddah (Saudi Arabia) in 1996. For almost two decades now the company has experienced consistent growth. Matt..

  • Sage, USA
    Sage

    Sage Automotive Interiors became independent from Milliken in September 2009 and now ranks first in the USA and 2nd in the world. With a presence on all continents and a workfor..

  • Santex, Italy
    Roberto Fusato, Weaving manager

    Santex describes itself as a 100% commitment to the health system. And yes, indeed, this is their core business: the whole range from incontinence to hospital dressing products...

  • Setex, Germany
    Heiko Wehner, CEO / Diana Göcke, Sales

    Christo’s Floating Piers
    At the Setex plant in Greven, Germany, two Picanol OptiMax 540 cm machines worked around the clock for six months to produce a very special kin..

  • TFE: Textiles For Europe, Austria
    Bernd Matt, Company Manager

    TFE - Textiles For Europe was founded in 1995 as a weaving mill in Nüziders (Austria) and now also has a second plant with finishing in Bludenz, a small town in the Vorarl..

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