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Material handling in spinning mill
In a spinning mill, there are many departments that involve handling of raw material, intermediate products, wastes, finished goods, stores and maintenance tool equipment, explains R Senthil Kumar.
Impact of cost on profit in spinning mills
The effect of changes in cost parameters viz, raw material cost (RMC), yarn selling price (YSP), power cost, packing materials etc., and operational parameters like production rate, spindle utilisation, yarn realisation, saleable wastes etc., on profit is estimated and expressed in cost so that the importance will be more significant, says S Mariappan.
Truetzschler Training Academy starts in India
The academy has the latest card TC 10 equipped with the new can changer T Move, and the draw-frame TD 8, so as to provide hands-on training to participants on the latest machines.
SIMA hails cabotage rule relaxation for cotton transport
P Nataraj, Chairman, The Southern India Mills’ Association (SIMA) has thanked the Ministry of Shipping and Ministry of Textiles for considering the long pending demand and relaxing the cabotage rule for cotton transport.
Rieter Compact System impresses spinners
Nearly 85 top executives of leading spinning mills of India followed the Nitin Spinners Ltd and Rieter invitation to have a close impression of complete system installation of Rieter compact spinning machine. This two-day event the participants had the opportunity to have deep interactions on advantages of Rieter Systems.
LMW: A leader in spinning technologies
In most sectors of textile manufacturing, automation is one of the major key to quality improvement and cost competitiveness. Automation also helps in addressing the challenges on Manpower whose costs are spiralling higher every year.