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German technology to meet US, Mexican textiles
The VDMA Textile Machinery Association will host B2B Forums and Technology Conferences on November 6, 2017 in Charlotte (NC), USA, and on November 8-9, 2017 in Mexico City.
30% energy saving possible with German tech: Rajesh Nath
India is now the third largest sales market in Asia for the German engineering industry. “Presently more than 550 VDMA member companies are engaged with their own business in the Indian market. In 2016, the bilateral trade between India and Germany grew to Euro 17.42 billion from a figure of nearly Euro 17.29 billion in 2015.
20% growth in tech textiles vital: Kavita Gupta
The 57th Joint Technological Conference of the four research associations, held at the BTRA Campus, showed a great tilt in its focus towards the emerging areas of textile industry, specifically the technical textiles. The Chief Guest, Dr Kavita Gupta, Textile Commissioner, struck the keynote for the conference by saying that while Germany has more than 50 per cent of textile products are technical textiles.
VDMA: Top marks for ITMA 2015
VDMA member companies are extremely satisfied with ITMA 2015 in Milan. About 96 per cent stated that both the quantity and the quality of visitors to their booths were good to very good. Nearly 87 per cent evaluate the prospects for post exhibition business to be good to very good.
Tradition meets digitalisation
The phenomenon of digitalisation and networking of the entire value chain – Industry 4.0 – is also gaining importance in the textile industry. H. Stoll AG & Co. KG, a long-established manufacturer of flat knitting machines based in Reutlingen, Germany, will present an innovative software tool for networking of machine parks with up to a thousand machines at the ITMA textile machinery show in mid-November.
Sustainability due to minimal application
Deep in the southwestern corner of Germany, in a region known affectionately by locals as the ?Ländle?, ?the little country?, stands Weitmann & Konrad (Weko), the inventor of a non-contact rotor system for precise, metered application of liquids and chemicals to fabrics.
Combining cost cutting with environmental protection
Textile manufacturers can use Caustic Recovery Plants (CRP) by Körting Hannover AG to lower the quantity of caustic soda used in mercerising by impressive 85 per cent. In this way, the plants do not only reduce operating costs substantially but also pollution.