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Brueckner’s 70 years of success through innovation
For 70 years, Brueckner has been the worldwide partner for all companies which are drying, coating and finishing web-shaped materials: whether clothing fabrics, nonwovens, carpet, glass or coatings - the variety of materials to be processed has never been limited.
ITOCHU to invest in acquisition of Lycra
ITOCHU Corporation announced its participation, by capital investment, in the acquisition of US-based The LYCRA Company by its capital alliance and business partner Shandong Ruyi Science and Technology Group.
SSM launches 2 new products
SSM showed two new product launches for the first time at the ShanghaiTex 2017. The PWX-CTM, for cone-to-muff, and the PWX-MTC, for muff-to-cone winding, generated large interest. SSM was very pleased by the high response on their shared booths.
SSM's focus on X-Series
SSM showed their newest textile machines at ShanghaiTex for the first time. The Swiss based SSM Schärer Schweiter Mettler AG, the inventor of the electronic yarn traverse system, took part at the ShanghaiTex on the booth of their agent Union Trading as well as on the booth of Rieter Components.
First stretch warp-knitted textile from Tencel(®) yarn
With its special collection based on Tencel lyocell fibre, LE Textile GmbH is offering a soft, supple handle, the typical look of a natural-fibre product, and outstanding comfort. These soft fabrics also offer advantages for the environment. LE Textile has focused on the environmental aspects in its use of materials and production processes. LE Textile has been known for some time on the market under its old name of Elastic Textile Europe. This company, which is based in Neukirchen, produces stretch fabrics and lace for lingerie, swimwear and sportswear. Products produced by LE Textile are also used in the medical sector and industry, e.g.: in the automotive sector.
The turbo for the winding mill
The Autoconer is the firm favourite for the most efficient winding process giving the best technological value in denim production. Competition is tough in the growing market for denim. To stay ahead of rival companies successfully in this fiercely contested market, optimally configured machines offering maximum productivity are a must.