Search Result For
Result(s) found: 12
Uzbek to add value through textile technology investment
Already a strong producer of raw cotton and yarns, Uzbekistan is now ready to take its textile manufacturing capabilities to the next stage, by investing in latest-technology for downstream processes of fabric manufacture, finishing and making-up.
Swiss firms make strong impression at Irantex
For the first time ever in Iran, Switzerland’s textile machinery manufacturers exhibited in their own pavilion at the recent Irantex show, under the umbrella of their representative body the Swiss Textile Machinery Association (Swissmem).
IRO TEC: The sensitive weft thread feed
IRO TEC is the new programmable brake for weft thread accumulators. It is fitted additionally with a leaf spring brake (uni-brake) and is suitable for an extremely wide range of yarns. It provides a marked reduction in wear and ensures an excellent fabric appearance.
Jakob Müller acquires Benninger AG
On August 15, JMBT Beteiligungen AG acquired 100 per cent of the share capital of Benninger AG from Benninger Holding AG. With this acquisition Jakob Müller AG is expanding its position in the textile finishing sector.
Two more trumps for NH2 53
With the successful launch of the NH2 53 narrow fabric loom, Jakob Müller AG implemented a complete range of innovations. Moreover, in the strengthened NH2 53 2/130 version, a 75mm heald shaft stroke makes the loom even more impressive.
SWISSMEM turns 75, vows to chase innovation
SWISSMEM, the Swiss textile machinery industry association, celebrated its platinum jubilee just two months before ITMA 2015, which gave an opportunity for the industry to ponder over critical issues including the future of textile technologies.
Advertise Here [300 W x 250 H pixels]