Picanol exhibited where three high-tech weaving machines from the OmniPlus-i Connect airjet generation. Furthermore, one OptiMax-i Connect machine showed at the Bonas booth. Meanwhile, all of the state-of-the-art functionalities of Picanol’s new digital platform, PicConnect, also demonstrated at the Picanol booth.
Picanol has been successfully serving the Indian market since 1956. In light of the potential and expected growth of the Indian market, Picanol decided to set up its own organization in India in early 2008. The aim behind this move was to ensure an optimal proximity to the customer, in terms of both service and sales. In the meantime, Picanol India has grown into a team of 42 people, who serve our Indian customers in all of the main textile areas. Picanol has three offices situated in India: Coimbatore, Mumbai, and the main office in New Delhi, which also has a print repair station that is equipped with the latest technology.
“This set-up, which is combined with the high-performance Picanol weaving machines, has enabled us to acquire a leading position in the Indian market. Clear proof of Picanol’s dedication to the Indian market is its continuous investment in facilities and people. In this regard, we proudly opened our new head office in Delhi in April 2012 followed by further extension of office space to provide enhanced services to more customers in March 2022. We also continue to reinforce our Sales and Service team so that we can support our customers in the best possible way with all of the challenges they are facing,” explains Mr. Kasiviswanathan Palanisamy, Director of Picanol India.