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Autefa’s range from fibre transport to baler
With its flexible baling concept, Autefa Solutions sets a benchmark in terms of fast growing fibre line capacities.As a global market leader in the field of fully automatic bale packing systems for staple fibre and tow Autefa Solutions offers the entire range from fibre transport to the baler, as well as bale transport and storage of the pressed, wrapped and strapped bales in bale warehouses.
N. Schlumberger: World leader in long staple fibre processing
NSC offers the machines to process both natural as well as chemical fibres, mainly, wool, silk, flax, hemp, ramie, jute, asbestos as well as polyesters, acrylic, polyamides, polypropylene, aramide, textile glass, viscose, acetate, etc.
Tatham’s machinery for staple fibre processing
The focus at ITMA Barcelona will be sustainable processing for hemp fibre, recycling carbon fibre and energy savings for our clients with our TS Drive systems and Weight controls. At ITMA 2019, Tatham will be focusing on three products:
India, a stong market for Oerlikon: Customers Meet
“The manmade fibre (MMF) market has recovered in the last three months from the two impacts of demonetisation and GST,” said Andre Wissenberg, Vice President, Head of Marketing, Corporate Communications and Public Affairs, Oerlikon, while speaking on the challenges for the manmade fibre industry in a global environment.
India not to impose ADD on PSF
The Directorate General of Anti-dumping and Allied Duties (DGAD), under the commerce ministry, Government of India, has concluded that imposition of anti-dumping duty (ADD) is not warranted on imports of polyester staple fibre (PSF) from China, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand.
Sweden keen on tie-up with Aditya Birla Group on smart textiles
Sven-Erik Bucht Minister for Rural Affairs from the Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation Sweden arrived in Mumbai to discuss a joint project on smart textiles involving potentially Aditya Birla Group, Swedish company Domsjö and the two governments as well as the European Union.
The minister visited the Aditya Birla Group Textile Research Application Development Centre at Kharach in Gujarat, which is India’s pioneer in viscose staple fibre (VSF), a man-made, bio-degradable fibre with characteristics akin to cotton. The prime aim of this visit is to boost development on smart textiles from using VSF, cellulosic fibre and pulp as an alternative to cotton and hence the Aditya Birla group is a natural fit with its easily blendable cellulosic fibre.