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We plan to export soon: Arvind Patel of Rayz Machines
Since last 35 years, we have been into the business of textile weaving industries and from last 10 years in sales and service of textile machines,” said Arvind Patel, one of the three partners at Surat-based Rayz Machines, during an interaction with Karthik Muthuveeran, ITJ Senior Sub Editor at the recently-concluded GTTES exhibition in Mumbai.
OMNIplus Summum-HP airjet for speed
The Picanol OMNIplus Summum-HP airjet is built for bottomweights where existing airjets can barely reach 1000 RPM. The need for speed in this range of fabrics is felt especially in developed markets.
Engineering a success story in weaving!
In the 1970s, manufacturing of weaving machines was one of the weakest links (even now a little weaker) of the Indian textile industry. To design and manufacture, weaving preparatory machinery namely warping and sizing machines without the helping hand of collaboration, to ultimately enable production of good fabrics single-handedly at that time is no mean achievement!
Picanol’s 3 airjets and 3 rapiers
As one of the world’s leading weaving machine manufacturers, Picanol has always had a very close relationship with the Chinese textile industry. This relationship is not a matter of chance or coincidental developments: on the contrary, it is the result of long-term, strategic planning by the Picanol management.
Textile tech giants see big potential in India
China and India may stand like colossus among global textile industry, but in textile technology, China seems to be imperceptibly stealing the show over India. The unflagging interest in investing in textile industry has given a clear lead to China.
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