The Valtech Group and many of its firms have a lengthy history in the textile sector. As a result, the ITMA expo is a crucial venue for connecting with clients and staying current with the market. Visitors at ITMA Milano this year are invited to stop by the Valtech Group booth, located in hall 10, booth A310, to learn more about four of their businesses involved in the textile and recycling sectors:
The supplier of sorting and baling systems Valvan is flexible and dependable. They develop innovative, comprehensive solutions for the textile recycling and used clothing sector. Their broad range of automated and semi-automatic solutions includes supply systems, baling presses, sorting systems, and more.
For the textile business, Gualchierani has a long history of manufacturing baling systems. The businesshas since 2010 fully integrated with Valvan.
Cretes designs and constructs systems, parts, and equipment for managing textile waste, processing bast fibres including flax, hemp, and kenaf, and manipulating textiles and fabrics. Their offerings range from basic parts to full industrial systems to highly specialised and unique solutions.
For each type of fibre, yarn, or application, Callebaut de Blicquy designs and manufactures cutting-edge bleaching and dyeing equipment. Customers come to us for turnkey installations that maximise effectiveness, sustainability, and safety while minimising utilities—which is really the product’s fundamental strength.
Asia’s Valtech Group
In Asia, Valtech Group is expanding quickly. They recently revealed the exciting news that they will begin building a new headquarters and manufacturing facility in India to better serveserve their customers in Asia. Today, the Valtech group employs over 15 sales and service engineers in India. With the built of the new office and manufacturing facility, the group aspires to further increase their brand strength in the Asian market. The new office will be located in Khopoli along the Pune Express highway near Mumbai. Valtech Group will also be participating in ITMA Asia later this year in November.