Cheran Machines to unveil rainbow rover at Knit Tech show
01 June 2022: New logo and latest textile printing machine will be showcased from June 3—6, 2022 at Tirupur
Cheran Machines India, one of the leaders among manufacturers and exporters of high-performance textile printing machinery and garment printing machines for various requirements, will unveil its rainbow rover textile printing machine at the Knit Tech show to be held from June 3—6, 2022 at Hi-Tech Tirupur Exhibition Centre, Ring Road, Tirupur. Visitors will be able see the brand’s latest offering being showcased at stalls A48, A 49 and B1 at the 16th edition of Asia’s largest knitting technology trade fair.
Mohan Kumar, CEO, Cheran Machines India, shares, “We have initiated a comprehensive rebranding exercise for the company with a new logo. This signifies the introduction of the latest rainbow rover textile printing machine as well as several other upcoming launches, which will make quite a prominent impact on the industry. We have identified a growing need for these machines in the market and are coming up with relevant automation solutions that will enable the printers to also increase their business, thereby ensuring the industry growth in tandem.”
Cheran Machines India Pvt. Ltd., an ISO 9001 – 2000 certified company and a pioneer in garment/ textile printing machineries is located in Coimbatore, Manchester of South India. With a strong commitment for quality, they have built strong brands recognized for innovation, user friendly features and superior performance for the past 14 years.
“We put all effort to do it right the first time, every time. The product superiority and proven quality have helped us to earn clients all over India and in overseas market like Bangladesh, Egypt, Madagascar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam and in the Gulf region. In the journey towards excellence we are proud to inform that we participate in international exhibitions like IMB – Germany, Aamatex – Singapore and in Indian exhibitions to market our products,” Mohan Kumar adds.