DiloGroup, a pioneer in nonwoven textile machinery manufacturing has recently established their own office near Delhi in order to inform the Indian market directly about equipment for nonwovens production and to expand customer service. Dilo has done business for more than 30 years in India. With the establishment of the Gurugram office, Dilo will be in a better position to keep a closer relationship with their Indian customers and ensure prompt assistance for sales and after-sales servicing of their machinery.
Johann-Philipp Dilo, CEO of Dilo, said, “Since the mid-90s, there has been an increased demand for nonwovens installations worldwide. Our machines and products have had a long and strong presence in the Indian market already. To augment our strengths in a growing environment, we decided to establish our own operations in India. This will enhance our presence and expand our capacity in a market that has tremendous potential for growth.” DiloGroup comprises four companies—DiloTemafa (Fibre Opening and Blending solutions) DiloSpinnbau (Carding Technology), DiloMachines (Cross Lapping and Needling Machines) and DiloSystems—that provide complete lines for the various nonwoven applications and also project installation services.
Dilo brings a wealth of technological know-how in the field of nonwovens to India. Dilo’s tailor-made production lines offer new possibilities for customers to achieve very high throughput even with critical and demanding applications and fibres. Dilo’s technology showcase includes but is not limited to, perfect opening and blending solutions, universal and high capacity carding machines including random card technology and large card working widths exceeding 5 m with high web speeds up to 400 m /min at the winder of eg, water entanglement lines. In addition, high speed crosslappers as well as universal and high capacity needle looms DI-LOOM are part of the programme.
Dilo has brought many innovative solutions to the nonwovens industry and has become a preferred supplier for the production of nonwovens and technical textiles used for example in automobiles, filtration products, geotextiles, synthetic leather, roofing material, etc.