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INDA honours Ralph Moody
INDA recognised Ralph Moody, PE, Senior Director of R&D, Berry Global, Inc. with its prestigious 2018 Lifetime Technical Achievement Award before 500 nonwoven and engineered fabric professionals recently during at the association’s annual Hygienix Conference.
ANDRITZ’s cutting-edge solutions at ITMA Asia
ANDRITZ will be presenting its innovative nonwovens and textile finishing technologies for the Asian markets at the ITMA ASIA show to be held at the National Exhibition and Convention Center in Shanghai, China, from October 15 to 19.
Cannes Nonwovens event on Oct 10-11
The global nonwovens market is projected to grow at 6.2 per cent annually over the next five years. The identification and commercialisation of new, disruptive technologies are critical to long-term growth.
Uster now covers fabric inspection as well
The market for nonwoven products is forecast to continue its growth trend, through both rising world population and the development of innovative products. EDANA the European Disposables and Nonwovens Association also sees per capita consumption almost doubling to 1.62 kg in 2020, compared to 0.96 kg in 2009.
German technologies stir up avid interest
VDMA’s German Technology Meets Indian Textiles and Nonwovens, organised by the Textile Machinery Association of VDMA in Mumbai recently was a 2-day event with about 31 interesting papers presented by leading companies including Monforts, Truetzschler, Groz-Beckert, Erbatech,Texpa, ZSK, Bruckner, Festo, Oerlikon, Dornier, Karl Mayer, Mayer & Cie, Benninger, Dilo, Andritz, Neunhauser, Setex, Thies and Autefa.
Sustainable oil absorbent gets recognition
Biodegradable oil absorbent mats in India have received recognition by the Indian Coast Guard. Chennai-based WellGro Tech has recently developed highly biodegradable oil absorbent pads and mats for oil spill remediation.
Oerlikon, AC-Automation integration completed
Oerlikon has acquired Germany-based AC-Automation GmbH & Co KG, an engineering company specialising in large-scale plant automation solutions for textile and packaging industries. The two companies have been partnering since the early 1980s. The integration of AC-Automation in Oerlikon expands the market-leading technology portfolio of its Manmade Fibers Segment. It also marks a milestone in Oerlikon’s ongoing quest to offer innovative, fully automated and digitally networked Industry solutions in the manmade fibre (MMF) industry.