Stäubli’s range of weaving products
Stäubli is presenting numerous highlights from its extensive range of products for the weaving industry. Represented in the Indian textile market since 1947 and established with a company-owned liaison office in India since 1996, Stäubli has been an important supplier to numerous local weaving mills for decades. Stäubli machines incorporate state-of-the-art technology and stand out by virtue of their impressive service life, simple maintenance, and easy integration.
Fadis: 56 years of knowhow in precision winding
Fadis was founded in 1960 with the purpose of manufacturing textile machines such as rewinders, soft winders, assembly winders, hank to cone winders, reeling machines, spooling machines and intermingling machines, which are meant to process all types of yarns such as cotton, wool, silk, artificial fibres, synthetic fibres, mixed fibres, intermingled yarns, fancy yarns.
World’s fastest robotic sectional warping machine from Prashant
Ahmedabad-based Prashant Group of Companies first ventured into several textile manufacturing business in 1987. The Group has been enjoying the No. 1 position in weaving preparatory. All machines—right from warping machine, direct warper to sectional warper, sizing machine, material handling equipment and all other machineries—are manufactured at its Ahmedabad plant, under joint venture with various US and European companies that include Prashant Gamatex, Prashant West Point Machinery, Prashant Ferber, Prashant Texmach and Prashant Rostoni.
LRT exporting products now to over 40 countries
Incorporated in 1974, Lakshmi Ring Travellers (Coimbatore) Limited (LRT) is a market leader globally in ring travellers and catering to the requirements of more than 4,500 spinning mills in over 40 countries. While speaking during an exclusive interaction with the ITJ, JM Balaji, Head – Marketing, LRT, says, “Being the global market leader in this business, LRT has been consistently growing in the global market year on year. Main reason for LRT’s success is the product performance, quick deliveries and excellent after sales service.”
Roadmap for Indian textile machinery industry
Global textile machinery market is witnessing tremendous growth buoyed by growing demand of textile and apparel market. It is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 14.02 per cent till 2018. It is expected to reach to $207.5 billion in 2015. The major manufacturers of textile machinery are Germany, Italy, Switzerland, France and now China. China is leading in the field of textile exports today because they installed a large set-up for spinning and weaving industry. One of the major trends in the global textile machinery market is the growing number of technological innovations.
India-ITME to witness over 1,50,000 visitors from 92 countries
India-ITME 2016, the most prestigious textile technology and engineering business event, will be held from December 3-8, 2016 at Bombay Convention & Exhibition Center, Mumbai. The event plays a pivotal role in strengthening the domestic as well as international textile industry by facilitating exchange of knowledge, technology transfer, and encourages FDI, JVs, etc. Conceptualised in 1979, India ITME event has become a backbone of textile and textile engineering industry in India.
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.
Need for improved manufacturing environment
The Indian textile and clothing industry is very old and plays a very important part in the Indian economy. Except China, no other nation can match the size, spread, depth and competitiveness of the Indian textile and clothing industry. Liberalisation also has given the much-needed push to the textile industry, which has now successfully become one of the largest in the world. It has a complete value chain from the production of raw materials to the manufacture of finished goods.