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With triple added value: E3 assure sustainability
Faster than a formula 1 car: During cabling ? a mechanical yarn finishing process in carpet manufacturing ? the yarn in the ?CarpetCabler?, built by Saurer Volkmann in Krefeld, reaches top speeds of up to 420 km/h (261 mph). With a few decisive innovations the Saurer Group, with seven locations in Germany, is making a significant contribution in the effort to reduce energy consumption and therewith also the CO2 emissions associated with industrial carpet manufacturing
Arvind bags Energy Conservation award
Arvind Limited, one of the largest integrated textile and apparel majors in the country, has again bagged first prize in the National Energy Conservation Award 2015 in the textile sector, given by the Ministry of Power, the Government of India.
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.
MAG launches online spinning monitoring system
The yarn manufacturing sector is a critical segment in the textile manufacturing chain as it is a resource - intensive process. Therefore, around the world, this segments of manufacturing faces numerous challenges in maintaining competitive manufacturing costs while meeting quality requirements.
Rieter's spinning solutions
In addition to the solutions already announced for complete systems, spinning preparation and end spinning process, Rieter is showing further innovative products at the ITMA 2015.
Dienes chief bets on end-to-end systems
With modular platforms and flexible machinery concepts, Dienes Apparatebau GmbH in Mühlheim am Main supports research facilities in the development of innovative filaments. As Managing Partner, Steffen Müller-Probandt explains in an interview, the MultiMode systems in particular are well adapted to enable intelligent networking of the production steps for product development.
Poised for Exponential Growth
The local as well as global requirements for bulk material handling solutions are projected to be strong. The Indian bulk material handling industry is well saddled to make the best of this opportunity.
Taiwan machine tool industry´s output is expected to increase 1.3-1.5% by 2017
According to IMTMA India, the Government of India is expected to boost manufacturing - one of achieving 25 per cent share in overall GDP by the year 2025 (from the present 16 per cent); to have concerted focus on technology and depth value addition; and to generate for the country a hundred million manufacturing jobs.