High quality and innovation are two words that immediately jump to mind when thinking about Tonello, the Italian brand that, since 1981, has reinvented the way jeans and garments are washed, dyed and finished. With over 7000 machines sold worldwide and a widespread sales network, Tonello is considered the reference point in the garment finishing industry. That’s the reason why the ICHAM — Italian Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam — invited us to take the floor at the upcoming seminar “Italian Technology for Vietnam’s Garment and Textile Industry”.
Taking place the 13th of September 2016 in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, and organized in collaboration with The Union of business associations of HCMC, the seminar will focus on how to bring Vietnam closer to the latest Italian innovations, as well as to connect and promote the trade relations between the two countries. Mechanical engineering represents one of the strengths of Italy, in which the garment and textile made-in-Italy technology is highly appreciated. During the seminar, Vietnamese manufacturers will have the chance to explore Italian production technologies as well as to seek potential collaborations to upgrade their capabilities and improve their production capacity.
Tonello will present its full range of technologies: from washing and dyeing machines to finishing systems, with a strong focus on sustainability, centrepiece of Tonello’s entire production. Particular attention will be given to UP, the innovative system that revolutionizes garment washing, bringing the liquor ratio down to unparalleled levels, Core, a special technology capable of creating uniform or contrasting effects and to apply a wide range of products in a fully automatic way, NoStone®, the abrasive drum developed in collaboration with Levi Strauss & Co. that declares the end of the Stone Age and Water Brush, a robotic system that whitens and abrades garments by spraying water under high pressure.
In addition to Tonello, two other leading Italian manufacturers of textile machineries will be present at the seminar: Busi Giovanni with its sock knitting machines and Morgan Tecnica with its global solutions for cutting room. To participate in the event, connect to ICHAM website and send your registration form within September 7.