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MAG SPinFO: Optimise resources, maximise profits
With the MAG SPinFO, an online individual spindle monitoring system for spinning mills, operators can effortlessly find the end breaks or stoppages and prioritise their patrolling pattern to increase the productivity.
A.T.E. Enterprises in collaboration with their principal MAG Solvics has launched SPinFO, online spindle monitoring systems in ITMA 2015 and till date supplied more than four lakh spindles and have many bulk orders under supply.
Spinning Automation Makes Headway!
Automation in spinning began with simple systems like Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) and Flexible Manufacturing Systems (FMS), but today it is integrated into the machinery and with IoT, automation is set to make a big leap, reveals the ITJ Cover Story.
Pink bollworm hits cotton crop in India
Pink bollworm infestation is influencing the cotton production in India, this year (October 2017-September 2018). Since the December 2017 estimate, cotton production has been revised downwards due to crop damage in some major cotton growing States.
Savio Eco PulsarS scores at Falcon Yarns
Falcon Yarns Pvt Ltd, a part of the Falcon Group, is a textile spinning unit at Gondal, Gujarat. The company is ably headed by its Directors: Richi Kotadia and Bhargav Suvagiya. The total turnover of the Falcon Group stands at a whopping Rs 5 billion.
Ichalkaranji shows huge scope for MMF
Birla Cellulose, along with Ichalkarangi Shuttleless Loom Owners’ Association (ISLOA) and Ichalkarangi Shuttleless Fabric Manufacturers’ Association (ISFMA), has conducted an interactive customer meet on 21st November at Hotel Sayaji, Kolhapur with spinners, weavers and processors of Ichalkaranji. The meet was aimed at making Ichalkaranji a self-sufficient hub for finished fabrics made from Viscose, Modal and Excel fibres offered by Birla Cellulose.
Truetzschler technology proves Old is Gold!
The technology sold by Truetzschler almost 25 years ago in India is still giving customers the satisfaction that they made the right decision of purchasing Truetzschler machinery. In India, the A.T-E-Truetzschler tie-up is now 40 years old.
No cotton/yarn shortage, clarifies Centre
In order to ensure availability of cotton for domestic mills, the Indian Government had directed Cotton Corporation of India Ltd to sell its stock of cotton (cotton season 2015-16), purchased under MSP, to spinning mills in the micro small medium enterprise (MSME) category to contain fluctuation in cotton prices.