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Mahlo solutions in demand for TT
Mahlo’s centrepiece at the CINTE Techtextil will be the web gauging system Qualiscan QMS-12 among the latest developments in measuring and controlling of quality critical parameters within the running web.
Promoting European flax in India
Alex Vanneste is President of Belgium-based N.V. Jos Vanneste, wellknown worldwide for flax fibres, pure linen yarns and linen tops used for blending with other fibres. N.V. Jos Vanneste produces a monthly capacity of 300 tonnes of fibre production, 1,000 tonne for trading and 120 tonne for yarn selling in all parts of the world. Trading and promotion of different flax raw materials have been the roots of “Jos Vanneste” company.
Itema is the only manufacturer to provide the top three shuttleless weft insertion systems
Fulvio Carlo Toma (FCT): The year 2014 has been a tough year for the weaving machinery industry but, despite the slowdown of the market, we, at Itema are more than satisfied with our performance. We registered an increase in the number of weaving machines sold compared to the previous year, and this itself is a hugely significant result considering the brilliant growth Itema obtained in 2013 and the decline in the market.
Lectra appoints director for Northern Europe
Lectra has appointed Edwin Ingelaere as the director of Lectra Northern Europe. Ingelaere will be placed in Destelbergen, Belgium and will head a team of 35 people spread across nine countries, which include Benelux (Belgium, the Netherlands), Scandinavia (Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden) and the Baltics (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania).
TEXCOMP-12 in May
The 12th International Conference on Textile Composites (TEXCOMP-12) will be held on May 26-29, 2015 in Raleigh, NC, USA. The 2015 conference will be hosted, for the first time, by NC State University´s College of Textiles, which has the largest
Picanol inaugurates new training centre in Ieper
Inaugurated by Geert Bourgeois, Minister-President of the Government of Flanders, the new training centre measures about 600 m¦ and also houses a guest centre and several meeting rooms.
Dow Corning fortifies presence in India
Dow Corning, a successful pioneer in promoting the use of silicones for various applications, is upbeat about the Indian market, and with the intention of staying closer to the market needs of the Indian sectors, has launched its third largest application development centre globally at Powai in Mumbai.