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Marzoli offers automation solutions for spinners
Marzoli is a leading supplier of textile machinery and components for short-staple fibre processing since 1851. It has an active market in 75 countries, including decades of presence in India.
Oerlikon, AC-Automation integration completed
Oerlikon has acquired Germany-based AC-Automation GmbH & Co KG, an engineering company specialising in large-scale plant automation solutions for textile and packaging industries. The two companies have been partnering since the early 1980s. The integration of AC-Automation in Oerlikon expands the market-leading technology portfolio of its Manmade Fibers Segment. It also marks a milestone in Oerlikon’s ongoing quest to offer innovative, fully automated and digitally networked Industry solutions in the manmade fibre (MMF) industry.
Laroche: A leader in fibre processing machines
For over 100 years, Laroche S.A., France, has been a pioneer in fibre processing machines. The company is a world leader in textile hard waste recycling lines, having more than 4,000 installations and over 100 installations of airlay nonwovens lines.
Sustainable fibres for textiles and apparels
In ecology, sustainability (from sustain and ability) is the property of biological systems to remain diverse and productive indefinitely. Long-lived and healthy wetlands and forests are examples of sustainable biological systems.
Bamboo fibres use less water: Kishan Kashiwala
Established in 1990 as a textile consultant to the textile industry by providing total services for textile projects, pre-feasibility studies, project reports and market survey, Spinning King (India) Limited now offers innovative fibres and value-added yarns.
Knitting a future in fashion with changes
We come across various fashion shows conducted in fashion hubs like Milan, Paris, London, New York, Loss Angeles, Dubai etc. These are the trendsetters in the society and from technology point of view knitting gels well with innovative fashion trends.
PVTex plant in Vietnam resumes operations
The Dinh Vu Polyester fibre plant (PVTex) in Vietnam has resumed operations of three production lines and is expected to produce 189 tonnes of yarn in a month’s span. The plant which comes under the ministry of industry and trade is being revived as the government has planned to deal with the problems of various such loss-making enterprises.
Recycling of polyester waste
Polyester-based fibres contribute 70 per cent of the total synthetic fibre production worldwide, say RN Turukmane, SS Gulhane and AL Bhongade.
Recycling of polyester waste is an important term used in different industries for reducing waste disposal into the environment. Nowadays, developed and developing countries aim to reduce pre- and post-manufacturing waste and focus on recycling. Waste disposal into environment increases risk for human’s life and so disposal of mechanical, chemical and thermal polymers should be reduced.