KARL MAYER Sells First Indigo Dyeing Line To Argentina


KARL MAYER has placed its first PRODYE®-S in Argentina. The premiere unit for indigo dyeing went to ENOD S.A., based in La Rioja. It is part of an investment project with which the company of the national CLADD group has expanded its existing plant with a new 10,000 m2 warehouse and built a new production hall for weaving. The project is of overarching scope. The expenditure, worth US$ 36 million, has created around 330 direct jobs.

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ENOD’s new weaving mill was created by investing in a property of the ARISCO factory recovered from the provincial government. In addition to the capacities for the production of woven garment fabrics, it includes an indigo dyeing plant. The plant technology required for denim warp preparation was ordered from KARL MAYER. The renowned textile machinery manufacturer supplied a PROSIZE® sizing machine and its PRODYE-S® indigo dyeing machine to La Rioja. The two bestsellers in the denim sector convinced with their excellent price-performance ratio. “We are pleased to be able to contribute with our technology to the market expansion of our customer and to the strengthening of the national economy,” said Stefano Agazzi, the denim specialist of the KARL MAYER Group.

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With the new state-of-the-art capacities, denim can be produced in the country itself, so it no longer has to be imported. The 102 weaving machines are expected to produce 1.4 million m of fabric per month, and 1 million m of fabric will be dyed in the dyeing plant.

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