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The long view for ring spinners
Ring spinning machines are getting longer. And that’s a trend that is noticeable in some markets, where ringframes run to as many as 2,000 spindles – or about 70 metres (m) in length.
Rieter acquires 25% of Electro-Jet S.L
The Rieter Group has completed the acquisition of a 25 percent stake in Electro-Jet S.L. on December 14, 2018 upon approval by the Spanish antitrust authority.
Suessen’s EliTe spinning system at ITMA Asia
As the leader in compact ring and open-end rotor spinning technology, Suessen will demonstrate the competence in handling and processing natural and man-made-fibres, focussing on efficiency and profitability in the spinning processes.
Bräcker machines focus on output increase in mills
Swiss-based Bräcker is a leading manufacturer of key components for ring spinning machines. Bräcker will exhibit the well-known, high quality products and present the latest innovations.
High-precision products are our forte: S Shah
Why do customers constantly seek Moksha? Moksha stands for industry-focused development, innovative new technologies and engineered yarn carriers of the highest possible standards: with true timely responsiveness to each customers diverse needs.
Saurer & its philosophy of innovation, sustainability
Saurer Group presented its full range of new technologies in fibre processing from raw material to a multitude of yarns during the Shanghaitex 2017. The product range further included different finishing processes. For Saurer it was yet another opportunity to present the group as the partner of choice along the textile value chain with its full product range.
High order intake for Rieter in Asia
For the whole of 2017, Rieter anticipates sales in the region of CHF 980 million and a net profit of around 1 per cent to 2 per cent of sales.
A greener environment due to PLA staple fibre yarns
PLA staple fibres are a possible alternative as a substitution of existing synthetic fibre products. The replacement of oil-based polymers by bio-based alternatives is a topic that is regarded with high priority in textile innovation programmes, aver Vadim Tenner, Marie-Isabel Popzyk, Yves-Simon Gloy, Raf Van Olmen and Thomas Gries.
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