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Technical textiles is need of the hour
Current cotton and yarn situations in leading textile manufacturing countries like India is compelling the textile industry to go for diversification.
DORNIER's weaving solutions for Turkey
Clothing and home textiles are produced in Turkey on weaving machines from DORNIER by tradition”, says Wolfgang Schöffl, Head of Business Unit Weaving Machines at Lindauer DORNIER GmbH (LiDO). The machines are used to make fabrics for furnishings, curtains and hand towels, for example.
Eurojersey launches new G+ textile collection
Directa Plus, a producer and supplier of graphene-based products for use in consumer and industrial markets, has launched two new textile collections containing the company’s Graphene Plus (G+) by Eurojersey, a producer of high quality warp-knit technical fabrics under its Sensitive Fabrics brand, and Colmar. Both collections were unveiled at ISPO 2018, the sport and sportswear international trade fair held in Munich.
Woolmark presents Optimfabric
The Woolmark Company returned to Première Vision, Paris, recently showcasing the latest innovations in wool.
Itema exhibits innovations for technical fabrics
Itema, the largest privately-owned manufacturer of best-in-class weaving machines, spare parts and services, is exhibiting at Techtextil India (Hall 6 – C109) from September 13th to 15th at the Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre in Mumbai.
Glen Raven Concept Gallery sparks innovative ideas
Concept Gallery, organised by the US headquarters of Glen Raven Inc, displayed more than 150 different products providing the spark for innovation. The event designed to encourage the initiative of experimenting with technically textile material in various industries from automotive, petrochemicals, construction, mining, and geo-synthetics to filtration and protective fabrics for the police, military, fire fighters, etc