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Birla Cellulose to participate at Intertextile Shanghai
Birla Cellulose, a division of the $40 billion Aditya Birla Group and a world leader in speciality viscose staple fibres (VSF) has embarked on a journey of adding more collaboration’s in China. And to do so, is participating at Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics, which runs from October 13-15, 2015 in Shanghai at stall No. 5.32, E32.
The profitable Rieter ring system
Despite historically low prime interest rates in the industrial nations, in many regions of the earth very high capital costs still prevail. For the affected customers, the question of the optimal design of their spinning mill in relation to the degree of automation and flexibility therefore still continues to be raised. Both factors have a significant influence on the investment sum and the associated capital costs over the depreciation period.
On a Skilling Spree!
Skilling the labour is priority on the agenda of industry and the Government, and modernisation and rapid growth vital for the export-based textile industry depend solely on the progress of this new drive. An ITJ Report sizes up the mission of this skilling spree
Uster's successful presence at ShanghaiTex
It was the textile technology show with everything. From the USTER viewpoint, the recent ShanghaiTex 2015 was a multi-faceted success: important contracts concluded, new deals initiated, market insights, and more visitors for USTER, up 7 per cent on the previous edition. And, unfortunately, there was also more rain ´ heavy downpours which kept the overall attendance at ShanghaiTex 2015 somewhat below expectations.
Organic textile drive picks up steam
Does going organic make better business sense in textiles? This is one of the major questions that pop up today in every meeting bordering on sustainability in textiles. The humanity has to draw a line somewhere and say such & such textile products are harmless to the skin, environment and to life itself.
The new Autoconer 6: The best original ever
The Autoconer was the first automatic winding machine in history and each of its new machine generations caused quite a sensation in the textile industry. Now it is happening again: Equipped with improved process intelligence, the new Autoconer 6 boasts powerful innovations, a noticeable increase in productivity and best energy efficiency.
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