OUR HISTORY

 


2015 - ITMA Milan

 

MCS presents MULTIWASH, compact and versatile washing and bleaching line in rope form; STAWRWASH-FS , open-width tension-less scouring box; DYNAMICA SPRINT a round rope-dyeing machine with a patented multi-suction and product introduction system.



2013

MCS installs the biggest continuous bleaching line ever manufactured in its factories, featuring a working speed of 80 m/min. They also launch on the market SMARTFLOW, a dyeing machine with a round-shaped tank featuring a dyeing system inside the machine body.



2011 - ITMA Barcelona

 

MCS presents STARWASH, an open-width washing line for delicate fabrics, COMBY JIGGER H.T. CJ143, a high-temperature open-width dyeing with new tension and operation control systems, DYNAMICA, a horizontal rope-dyeing machine with a new multi-suction and product introduction system.



2008

MCS presents ITALICA, a new horizontal dyeing machine featuring a low liquor ration and internal handling of the nozzle– drive reel dyeing system.



2007 - ITMA Munch

 

MCS presents UNIVERSAL DYEING, FIRST VENTO, a circular air/water dyeing machine, MISTRAL, a finishing tumbler tumbler for woven fabrics, COLTEX SYSTEMS, spectrophotometric fabric control systems by Termoelettronica, New VDA, a laboratory system meant to monitor all dyeing process parameters.



2005

MCS presents the prototype of UNIVERSAL DYEING, a cylindrical rope-dyeing machine.



2003 - ITMA Birmingham

 

MCS presents MULTIFLOW SUPERIOR, a round-shaped single-rope-rope dyeing machine, equipped with downtime reduction service MQD and quick drain system, SILUROECOTURBO, a dyeing machine with beam featuring inside-outside and outside-inside liquor transfer flow.



2000

Termoelettronica joins the MCS group.



1999 - ITMA Paris

 

MCS presents MULTIFLOW, a high-temperature single-rope rope dyeing machine, SOFTFLOW, SF100EVO, a horizontal rope-dyeing machine with an additional MST tank and ELECTRONIC COMBY JIGGER, a high-temperature open-width dyeing machine for wovens.



1995 - ITMA Milan

 

MCS presents SOFT-FLOW SF100, a horizontal rope dyeing machine, LONGHORN, a round-shaped rope dyeing machine, PUMEX, a wet sueding machine, WR SOFT, a modular rope scouring, bleaching and washing line with independent motors.



1991 - ITMA Hannover

 

MCS presents TORNADO, a rope tumbler, MAXI & MID JIGGER, low-temperature open-width dyeing machines and LAVAPRINT, and after-print washing system for high production volumes.



1990

The floor area of production departments reaches 35,000 square metres totalling an overall surface area of 55,000 square metres. The company’s export markets cover the five continents.



1987 - ITMA Paris

 

MCS presents Pandora, a special vertical rope dyeing machine for processing terry towelling.



1983 - ITMA Milan

 

MCS presents MT26, a tubular mercerizing line; SOFT-FLOW SF82 and OVER-FLOW OF83, low and high-temperature horizontal rope dyeing machines; COMBY JIGGER, a high-temperature open-width dyeing machine for; WASHING RANGE WR, a modular rope scouring, bleaching and washing line.


 

1979 - ITMA Hannover

 

MCS presents JET HT, OVERFLOW MO/80 BT and MRS65



1974

MCS starts developing and manufacturing continuous lines for open-width woven fabrics.
It starts manufacturing and selling the first continuous washing, bleaching and mercerizing systems.


 


1971 - ITMA Paris

 

Presentation of the first model of low-temperature atmospheric Jet unit at ITMA Paris.



1968

 

Gino Chiappini and his brother-in-law Italo Pilenga incorporate Europizzi, a third-party textile dye-house, finisher and manufacturer of textile auxiliaries in Urgnano (BG). Today, it is one of the largest Italian dyeing industries with 20,000 kg knits and 50,000 m wovens per day. Today the company is still owned by the Chiappini and Pilenga families and is managed by Italo’s two sons, Paolo and Carlo, along with Mr Roberto Lecchi.


1967

MCS manufactures its very first dyeing machine.



1965

L'area coperta dei reparti produttivi raggiunge i 1200 mq.


 


1963 -  The Foundation

 

MCS was incorporated by Gino Chiappini, who will eventually become the Board Chairman and Angelo Cagnazzo, a technical manager.

Today the management and administrative support services is providing by its founding members heirs and a team of trusted collaborators.

 

CONTACTS

E-Mail: mcs@mcsgroup.it
Phone: +39 035 4822911
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CAP 24059
Urgnano (BG)
Italy

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