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ANDRITZ presents latest technologies
International technology Group ANDRITZ will present comprehensive nonwovens and textile production technologies at Hightex/ITM 2016 in Istanbul (Hall: 11, Booth: 1124 A). ANDRITZ Nonwoven – comprising ANDRITZ Asselin-Thibeau, ANDRITZ Küsters, and ANDRITZ Perfojet – has been active successfully on the Turkish market for many years and provides full lines and individual solutions for spunlace, wetlaid, needlepunch, bonding and finishing for spunbond applications, and textile calenders.
Reducing production costs with RX 6.1 loom
Starlinger & Co will present the RX 6.1, the latest model of the successful RX loom series, at Chinaplas 2016. With an IQ (Indicator of Quality – the average number of fabric meters produced without a warp break) of more than 200 and its high production efficiency, the RX 6.1 together with the other RX models rank among the looms with the lowest production costs per fabric meter.
ANDRITZ presents comprehensive solutions at Techtextil Moscow
ANDRITZ Nonwoven offers complete process solutions with its neXline needlepunch technology. The demand for this process has been rising considerably due to growth in the automotive, filtration, and geotextile industries. The ANDRITZ eXcelle and aXcess series provide cards, crosslappers, and needlelooms for medium and high production capacities. In the eXcelle line solution, the new high-speed dynamic crosslapper D.630 can increase the capacity of the needlepunch production line.
Fibre classification systems from MAG
MAG Solvics Private Limited—with its strong technical and professional team with excellent track record for best customer satisfaction—has a wide range of textile testing instruments from fibre to garments.
8% rise likely in global cotton output in 2016-17
Cotton Outlook continues to forecast raw cotton production in 2016/17 at 22,748,000 tonnes, representing an increase of eight percent on the previous period. Cotton area is expected to increase modestly and a repeat of the current season’s reduction to yields is not foreseen. Global consumption is also unchanged, at 23,317,000, just 1.4 percent higher than in 2015/16.