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Shipments of open-end rotors soar by 24%
Shipments of new short staple spindles increased for the first time since 2013, while Shipments of open-end rotors rose by 24 per cent to a level over 7,88,000 rotors in 2017
R9500, star of Indian rapier market: C. Straubhaar
Itema, one of the world’s leading suppliers of advanced, high-performance weaving machinery and integrated services, has always been at the forefront in providing best-in-class weaving solutions for the textile industry. “R&D has always been our forte at Itema. We have [always] been bringing in new developments for the textile industry,” says Christian Straubhaar, Group Sales & Marketing Director at Italy-based Itema S.p.A., during an interaction with ITJ Senior Sub Editor, Karthik Muthuveeran.
Stäubli’s DEIMO 2900SL at YiwuTex
Stäubli will exhibit the DEIMO 2900SL controller for circular knitting machines, which can be applied on the machines for the production of socks, pantyhose, and – in the mid-to-high diameter range – underwear or seamless garments at YiwuTex, which will be held from June 13-15, 2017 at Yiwu International Expo Centre, Zhejiang Province, PR China.
Karl Mayer offer for composites sector
KARL MAYER Technische Textilien GmbH Technical Textiles is an expert and highly committed partner to the composites sector, and demonstrated this once again at the JEC World show, held from 14 to 16 March 2017 in Paris.
Staubli sees vast scope in India
At India ITME 2016 , visitors saw many products from the Stäubli textile machinery range and had an intensive discussion with its experts about their benefits.
India-ITME 2016: Bigger Bolder!
Bigger, Better, Bolder: India-ITME Society, organisers of the ITMEs, by their own words, has struck the keynote for the 10th India-ITME 2016 edition, which is poised to scale a new peak of achievement by the sheer number of exhibitors, visitors and the space. The biggest achievements are the new exhibitors and the number of roadshows India-ITME Society has done to promote ‘Make in India’ – a dream project of the Modi-led Government. There were a total of 23 roadshows, including in some important Asian countries like Vietnam, Indonesia and Thailand.
ITMA returning to Milan after a gap of 20 years has kindled the high hopes of the Italian textile machinery industry. Already, the first quarters of 2015 has brought in new hopes for the industry with the order book showing a moderate growth of 8 per cent.
Itema is the only manufacturer to provide the top three shuttleless weft insertion systems
Fulvio Carlo Toma (FCT): The year 2014 has been a tough year for the weaving machinery industry but, despite the slowdown of the market, we, at Itema are more than satisfied with our performance. We registered an increase in the number of weaving machines sold compared to the previous year, and this itself is a hugely significant result considering the brilliant growth Itema obtained in 2013 and the decline in the market.