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Surat firm goes for 1 more Bruckner line
Surat-based textile manufacturer, Laxmipati Sarees, Siddhi Vinayak Knots & Prints Pvt Ltd is one of the leading manufacturers in polyester saree and women dress material in India. Sanjay Sarawagi, its Director, places great value on high-quality products.
Vanguard Pai Lung: Engineering the future of knitting
Vanguard Pai Lung LLC has been manufacturing precision, quality and innovative custom design knitting machines in the USA since 1916. Combined with a full line of knitting machines, the company also provides OEM parts, expert technical service, and fabric design consultation.
Oil flooded screw air compressors from Kobelco
Kobelco has a long history of compressors manufacturing and technologies since it produced a high pressure reciprocating compressor for the first time in Japan in 1915. It made Japan’s first oil-free screw compressor in 1956.
Trump’s TPP rejection to benefit Cambodia
Thanks to the US President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), Cambodia’s domestic garment and footwear industry is expected to get a boost, according to the Garment Manufacturer’s Association of Cambodia (GMAC).
MAG’s silver jubilee celebration
MAG celebrated its Silver Jubilee on November 9, 2016. All the eminent personalities who had supported MAG through these years graced this occasion with their presence.
Dyneema® denim passes impact abrasion test
The future is here: the latest version of Dyneema® Denim can be applied to single-layer motorcycle clothing and passes the standard impact abrasion test – without sacrificing the comfort and style of traditional denim and without the need for an extra lining.
CREALET´s new rapier weaving machine
CREALET is known for its innovative and customer-specific developments in the field of warp feeding. In addition to these applications, systems are offered, which are not manufactured by the machine manufacturer anymore.
WACKER presents new hydrophilic softener
WACKER, the Munich-based chemical company, has launched an innovative hydrophilic fabric softener for factory textile finishing. The new product, which is called WETSOFT® NE 750, does not only improve the softness of textiles, but also retains the ability to absorb water. This is particularly important for towels and materials that need to remain absorbent after finishing. The silicone fluid formulation is marketed as a water-free concentrate.
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