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SPGPrints 6-colour printer for Chinese firms
SPGPrints has announced the sale of a six-colour PIKE® digital textile printer to the Dongheng Group, in Changzhou, Jiangsu province (near Shanghai), China. DHG wanted to expand its digital capabilities for a variety of reasons. First, it needed to offer greater service flexibility, meeting customer demands for both high-quality, short runs and faster lead-times.
Waste and environmental factors also influenced the decision to install the PIKE: with no need for screen preparation, minimal substrate waste, and lower water and energy usage, the PIKE met DHG’s requirements.
LINEN RAGE IS ON!
European flax fibres and Chinese linen yarns are flooding the Indian market thanks to a spurt in consumers’ interest in linen products. Samuel Joseph reveals some emerging trends in the linen scenario. Linen is the coolest fabric material in the world, but its market is getting warmer day by day in India, thanks to a spurt in promotion mounted by the big names including Grasim, Raymond and many more small players.
Rieter delivers C 70 Card No. 3333 to Chinese firm
The C 70 card is one of Rieter’s most successful products. On April 28, 2016, Rieter presented a crystal cube of the C 70 card No. 3333 to the Chinese customer Kashi Xinyue Textile Co Ltd. Rieter launched the C 70 card in 2010.
Chinese home textile market exudes optimism
As the countdown to August’s Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles – Autumn Edition continues, recent economic data out of China suggests cause for optimism in the domestic home textiles market.
China’s cotton import dips 29%
Chinese cotton imports in December were down 29 per cent year on year at 188,200 tonnes in December, as demand from the world's largest cotton consumer remains muted.
Monforts coated spacesuits for Chinese Taikonauts
Company Vice President Klaus A Heinrichs on customer service and new markets Mönchengladbach. The nature and number of the technological challenges which manufacturers of stenter frames for textile finishing are expected to meet are growing constantly.
Chinese cotton imports hit all-time low
Chinese cotton imports reached an all-time low in September, as large domestic inventories reduced reliance on foreign supplies, at a time when economic slowdown is weighing on demand. China imported just 50,900 tonnes of cotton in September, a decline of 59 per cent YoY. This is the lowest monthly import since records began in 2005, and the second month of record low imports in a row.
A global analyst
Justin Coates serves as the Manager of Market Analysis in the Corporate Strategy and Program Metrics Division of Cotton Incorporated.