ALKOTEX 1954 is the leading company in the sale and marketing of machines and systems in the textile industry sector.
Alkotex, a company founded in 1954, deals with the sale and marketing of machines and systems in the textile industry sector.
Over the years Alkotex has accumulated extensive experience in the sector embracing the production of synthetic yarns, chain and circular knitting, weaving, embroidery and printing as well as finishing, dyeing, and finally laminating machines, cutting and packaging.
In addition to innovative products from leading companies, the leading company in the sector offers new technologies in the textile technician sector, acquiring new customers and sectors of use of extreme importance for the best names and references of Italian companies.
The company deals not only with sales but also with technical assistance for various products.
In fact, they currently rely on Alkotex:
- Herlein, Temco Saurer and Enka Tecnica for the finishing of synthetic yarns
- Karl Mayer TT, Herbert Meyer, Barudan, Protechna, Eurolaserm Mind and Twine for machines and control equipment
- Meyer, Karl Mayer and Eurolaser for the supply of machines and systems for the production of industrial technical fabrics laminating and cutting
- Barudan and Wilcom for the supply of industrial machines for the production of embroidery accompanied by related design software.
One of the flagship products of Alkotex is certainly the revolutionary technology designed by the Israeli company Twine Solutions has developed capable of dyeing the yarns according to the user's desire.
The Twine system is in fact able to start from a single white cone and dye any length of yarn with millions of colours or shades. This will allow customers to eliminate the long waiting times imposed by the dry cleaners, to no longer have a minimum order quantity and to have only white thread cones in stock, avoiding waste. All colours are solid and OEKO-TEX certified. In addition, the machines are green and eco-sustainable, as they allow the yarn to be dyed without water treatment and using a minimum value of ink for each colour section.