Santoni, a leading Italian socks machine manufacturer, is taking part in the Textile Evolution – Made in Italy 4.0 exhibition, which runs this month at the Steam Factory in Milan. The event aims to promote various Italian production processes for technical and innovative textiles.
The exhibition focuses on technologies and collaborations for the textiles of the future and showcases the products made by the leading Italian companies operating in all the textiles sectors involved, from the transformation of intermediate products, to clothing, to protective fabrics, through applications and textiles machines.
The company is exhibiting some products obtained with its own technology in collaboration with other leaders in the textiles sector. “The products exhibited for the footwear and accessories sector are a selection of excellence in terms of creativity, technology and sustainability, fields that guide the technological development of Santoni,” the company says.
Santoni was founded in 1919 as the first Italian socks machine manufacturer and in 1988 it became part of the Lonati group, a world leader in the production of sock and pantyhose machines. Since then, the company has lent its name to the Seamless phenomenon, becoming a leader in the production of electronic machines for garments without seams.