French textile machinery manufacturers
will welcome their customers and potential customers at the INDIA-ITME. “They
are not just participating in this show but have a long term approach of
this strategic market” says Evelyne Cholet, the secretary general of their
association, UCMTF. In 2007, for example, with the
support of the Indian Textile Associations like the Textile Association of
India (TAI) and the Federation of All India Textile Manufacturers
Associations (FAITMA), UCMTF organised two very successful seminars in New
Delhi (Hyatt Regency) and Mumbai (The Leela) during which six workshops
analysed the market trends, the business opportunities and offered technical
solutions for enhancing the competitiveness of the Indian textile industry.
Evelyne Cholet adds “At INDIA-ITME 2008 the Indian textile producers will
have one more opportunity to discover the state-of-the-art French offer, it
is a major one as France is the 5th exporter of textile machinery worldwide
with total exports of more than US$ 1 billion”.
the French exhibitors:
NSC fibre to
yarn, N Schlumberger (Hall 3/Stand B-103)
fibre to yarn will promote an innovating product range including complete
spinning lines of the long fibres process: Combing, tow to top, recombing,
worsted spinning preparation, semi-worsted units, hard fibre combing and
spinning. Five trademarks (Cognetex, San’t Andrea Novara, N Schlumberger,
Seydel, Thibeau) under one banner, NSC fibre to yarn.
(Hall 4/Stand G-106)
RITM has 100
years experience in yarn machinery, it was previously known under the brands
Verdol, ICBT and Rieter FYT.
count processing: Texturing, twisting, covering, rewinding, assembling…
Industrial Yarn: The UT50 machine set a
reference for two-for-one twisting machines for industrial yarns. 733 and
900 mm gauge. UTC60 includes direct cabling equipments.
Yarns: New motorised spindles, improved doffing time, reduced chain yarn
breaks and yarn external pollution, “Quick UNIX” operating system.
Cord: The open pot technology, allows tremendous labour cost reduction.
Yarns: Twisting and cabling of synthetic filaments and spun yarns. CDDT 10,
CDDT 20, CDDT 30.
M U S T, a monitoring
Unit System for Textile machinery.
(Hall 3/Stand B103)
Flexiloft, which improved weight range, highloft and resiliency capability.
It can run all types of fibres: Synthetic, natural, recycled, blends of
fibres and solid particles.
line, which offers a completely new compact line to manufacture semicured
resinated felts for molded automotive parts and other applications.
NSC Nonwoven (Hall 2/Stand A104 (with Rieter Perfojet)
supplier for needlepunching, spunlacing, thermobonding, through-air bonding,
chemical bonding, NSC Nonwoven offers two alternatives to its customers
depending on their corporate strategies.
line with competitive running costs, attractive prices and low maintenance
costs. It includes: Cards, crosslappers, drafters, needlelooms, Easywinders
and Easyslitter-rewinders. Excelle Line for production and quality
performances, ease of maintenance and minimum downtime. It includes cards,
high speed crosslaper, drafters, needleloom, high-speed winders and slitter-rewinder.
Rieter Perfojet (Hall 2/Stand A104)
more than 150 spunlace lines installed over the world, Rieter Nonwovens
Systems is recognised as an innovative company able to supply complete
spunlace lines, JETlace®, for the production of high quality of nonwovens
dedicated for wipes, medical, or hygiene end-uses.
expertise in the spunlace industry combined with the unique uniformity of
the spunlaid web, PERFObondTM, provides a new nonwovens process called
Spunjet which offers a new generation of fabrics with bulkiness, softness,
drape, tensile strength and isotropic MD/CD ratio. The nonwovens producers
benefit from the unique global know-how in nonwovens of a team of experts in
engineering and processes.
(Hall 2, upper level/Stand A106)
is showing cam motions and dobby machines, electronic jacquard machines and
harnesses, and weaving preparation systems products. All machinery will be
demonstrated in operation and in various applications. Two rapier weaving
machines, one equipped with LX1602, the other with LX 3202 jacquard machine
are producing upholstery fabric. A new version of the electronic jacquard
machine CX 180, equipped with 192 hooks, is configured to weave 4 ribbons of
35 mm and 192 threads each on needle looms. Furthermore on the Stäubli
booth Schönherr Carpet Systems is showing exclusive carpet samples produced
on the ALPHA 400 carpet-weaving machine, and new Stäubli Group member DEIMO
is presenting its electronic control solutions for mainly textile machinery.
Stäubli has its own branch in Mumbai with Stäubli India.
& MULLER (Hall 1-LL/Stand A-110a; Hall 1-UL/Stand C-109)
in 1811, Dollfus & Muller manufactures for the textile finishing: open
mesh conveyor belts for Printing dryers, Steamers and Decatising machines
endless felts for Compacting machines, Sanforising machines and Decatising
machines satin wrappers for discontinuous decatising machines.
this full range of key textile finishing spare parts, Dollfus & Muller
will display at INDIA- ITME: Its first class open mesh conveyor belts for
printing dryers at the ATE booth Stand A-110 a, Hall 1-LL its high quality
endless sanforising felts at the DHALL Stand C-109, Hall 1-UL.
Air Engineering (Hall 2-LL/Stand C-102)
Conditioning, Humidification, Filtering & Waste Collection Systems,
Tailor-made for the textile industry in energy efficient designs; Upgrading
and renovation of existing plants.