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Tex-Mach To Represent Margasa

Tex-Mach Inc., Mayo, S.C., has entered into an exclusive agreement with Spain-based Margasa Proyectos E Ingeneria Textile S.L. to handle US sales of Margasa’s entire textile waste recycling equipment product line and its recently introduced line of nonwoven equipment.

Included among Margasa’s waste recycling equipment are bale cutters, rotary cutters, blending bins, cotton waste cleaning lines and tearing lines. Nonwoven equipment includes bale openers with continuous weighing, preopeners and fine openers for preparation, and the Feltech Air Lay machine.

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