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Santoni & Lenzing join hands for seamless denim
Santoni, a leading Italian manufacturer of a wide range of circular knitting machines, is co-operating with Lenzing Fibres, a producer of Tencel branded fibre, in a new denim project.
Stäubli’s DEIMO 2900SL at YiwuTex
Stäubli will exhibit the DEIMO 2900SL controller for circular knitting machines, which can be applied on the machines for the production of socks, pantyhose, and – in the mid-to-high diameter range – underwear or seamless garments at YiwuTex, etc.
18% GST fixed for textile machinery
The Goods and Services Tax (GST) rate for textile machinery has been fixed at 18 per cent by the GST Council at a recent meeting held in Srinagar.
A.T.E., Jingmei join hands for India and B'desh
Jingmei has a unique R&D facility at its factory in Xiamen to offer better products to its customers through continuous innovation. A.T.E. has joined hands with Quanzhou Jingmei Machine Co., Ltd. to sell “Jingmei” brand circular knitting machines in India (except in Ludhiana city) and Bangladesh effective from February 2017.
Mayer & Cie. | Circular knitting expert
For more than 110 years, Mayer & Cie. (MCT) has manufactured circular knitting machines that are used to make t-shirts, night wear, underwear and mattress covers, among others. The capital goods manufacturer from the Swabian Jura has received many patents and revolutionised the automated circular knitting process, and is now the global market leader in the field.
India, 3rd largest market for Mayer & Cie.
Mayer & Cie. is a world-leading manufacturer of circular knitting machines. For 110 years, the owner-managed family firm has been at home in the Swabian Alb, the location of the market and technology leader’s head office to this day – in Albstadt, where the knitting machines are, for the most part, manufactured. The company’s central administration and research and development (R&D) department are also in Albstadt.
Litespeed needles lower end-user CO2 emissions
One of the largest textile machinery equipment suppliers in the world, Groz-Beckert has demonstrated with its "Litespeed" needles for circular knitting machines that product innovations are not driven solely by financial considerations. T
Tradition meets digitalisation
The phenomenon of digitalisation and networking of the entire value chain – Industry 4.0 – is also gaining importance in the textile industry. H. Stoll AG & Co. KG, a long-established manufacturer of flat knitting machines based in Reutlingen, Germany, will present an innovative software tool for networking of machine parks with up to a thousand machines at the ITMA textile machinery show in mid-November.