When a textile machines is sold, it is carried from the storehouse to the workshop, where it is completely overhauled. First it is thoroughly disassembled, then qualified technicians check and replace, if necessary, worn out or broken mechanical parts. Then textile machines are repainted to get the condition of a new machine also from an aesthetic point of view. when all is ready, from the neddle bedframe to the knitting head, the textile machine is reassembled, checking again all the tolerances of centering and of good operation of the mechanical textile components. When this important working stage is over, after assembling the textile machine with all its details (positive feeders, creels, accessories, inverter, etc.) it goes on to sampling in the suitable department.

The customer is requested to examine the machine and verify its correct operation. At this stage it still possible for us to bring in those changes that the customer requires  for is working necessities. The forwarding of the machines is followed up to their destination. For the italian market we use lorries with cranes for the setting of the machine at the customers', for the world market the machines are packed on pallets or in closed boxes, according to the final destination and to the suitable means of transport (by air, by sea or by land in containers).

This service is requested and appreciated mainly for electronic machines. We have at your disposal a sampling service and the research of a new jacquard patterns either for mechanical machines or for electronic ones. Textile samples consists of hundreds of samples already produced by all the types of machines and at our sample centre it is possible to see all the samples and the graphic computers for the research and the realization of patterns.

The provision of used machinery usually happens on the italian market but, for some kinds of machines, also on the world market. We are in constant touch with dealers and customers everywhere in the world.

The used machines come from knitwear factories that replace them with new models, or that are in search of new technology of electronic type (electronic jacquard, horizontal or vertical colour striping etc.). Other  machines come from closing knitwear factories, or leasing companies for ended lease. Therefore it is plain that our park of used machines is made up of machine of technological replacement and of bargains of half-new machinaries.