Moving with the evolving needs of the industry, Coimbatore-based Cheran Machines is constantly working on upgrading their machines and introducing new technology for specific requirements which led to a tremendous boost in export of undergarments from India in the last two years with Tirupur capturing the major share of business.
A well known ISO 9001:2000 certified company, engaged in manufacturing and export of a wide range of garment printing and textile printing machines, has many products in its portfolio for heat transfer/fusing, label transfer, printing and curing, electric drying and more. “We are a customer-focused company, with a strong commitment for quality that has helped us to build a strong client base over the past 14 years,” says Mohan Kumar, Managing Director, Cheran Machines.
To meet the demands of the underwear industry, innovative improvisations have been made on standard machines. In one model of a manual chest printing machine, the company has installed facility for micro adjustment setting which will give more accuracy in prints, as the garment is small with less exposed surface.
Through constant R&D, the company has created a machine that concentrates on small areas of transfers called ‘Cute’ which is based on the heat transfer size and can alter heater beds. “We are working to expand its presence in the undergarment segment as the potential for growth is huge for both the international and local market,” says Mohan.
Hanes, Adidas, Nike , Gerber ,VSS, Lux, Rupa, Amul, VIP, Dixcy, Ramraj, Crystal, Jansons, Jockey, Groversons, Naidu Hall, Zoom are a few big names using Cheran wash care transfer machines. “With our specialized machines, the process of transfer is faster and the quality achieved is higher than other competitive machines,” claims Sudheer Nair, CEO, Cheran Machines.