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Rieter's RSB-D 50c results in high-end airjet yarn
As a new player in the airjet yarn market, Rieter customer – Suzhou Sishon Biofibre Co Ltd – aims to become one of the largest producers in China. Despite increasing energy and personnel costs, the company's goal is to market a yarn with a high level of quality and consistency.
ITM makes big hit with new launches, yarn fair
ITM 2018, the 7th edition, held at Istanbul in Turkey witnessed over 50,000 visitors’ footfalls, bringing smiles on the faces of around 1500 exhibitors, covering technologies in the entire range of textile machinery and accessories and also yarn producers.
Indian Textile Global Summit on May 4-5, 2018
Farm to Fashion, Indian Textile Global Summit is an initiative to provide a platform for the entire textile industry. Farm to Fashion is a three-day event scheduled on May 4-6, 2018. Leading textile manufacturers, traders, distributors and suppliers will be taking part in the exhibition.
Construction begins on cotton yarn plant in Oman
Construction of a major cotton yarn manufacturing project recently commenced at the Sohar Free Zone in Oman. Being set up by India’s ShriVallabh Pittie Group (SVP) with an investment of $300 million, its first phase will incur a cost of $150 million.
LMW: A leader in spinning technologies
In most sectors of textile manufacturing, automation is one of the major key to quality improvement and cost competitiveness. Automation also helps in addressing the challenges on Manpower whose costs are spiralling higher every year.
Modernisation in spinning mills
Modernisation should always be viewed along with the selection of required automations, opine J Sreenivasan & NK Nagarajan of SITRA.
All India Cotton Conference on Aug 17-18
he Indian Cotton Federation (ICF), Coimbatore and Indian Cotton Association Ltd, Bathinda have decided to organise the bi-annual All India Cotton Conference at Coimbatore on August 17-18, 2018. The conference will be for 1.5 days days starting by 17th afternoon and finishing on 18th evening.
Global yarn & fabric production falls in Q3/17
Global yarn production decreased by -0.4 per cent between Q2/17 and Q3/17. An output reduction of respectively -3 per cent and -0.5 per cent in Europe and Asia have been balanced at the world level by increases of 0.5 per cent in Africa, 4.8 per cent in the USA, and 6.5 per cent in Brazil.