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Cotton situation stable
In India, this season’s 65 per cent of cotton crop has arrived and if the price stability is maintained, it will be win-win for the cotton and textile sectors
New CTO for SSM AG
In January 2017, Christian Muser has been appointed Chief Technology Officer/ CTO at SSM Schärer Schweiter Mettler AG in Horgen.
Airbag yarns on the rise
According to estimates, the demand for airbags will increase by 5 per cent annually over the next five years. To date, airbags have been predominantly manufactured using polyamide 6.6 yarns.
Hard waste: A necessary evil
During processing cost reduction is strongly needed and one of the area is hard waste control. RN Yadav presents possible hints for keeping the hard waste at minimum level in various sections of spinning, weaving and during transportation whether internal or external.
ZinserRing 71 delights Xianyang Textiles
The ZinserRing 71 enabled Xianyang Textiles to record a palpable drop in power consumption. “Faster, better, safer” – this slight variation on the Olympic motto is how Kang Zhongming, Chairman and General Manager of Xianyang Textiles Group Co, Ltd, describes the properties of the ZinserRing 71.
ITMACH India returns to Ahmedabad
The 2nd edition of ITMACH India is scheduled from December 7-10, 2017 at The Helipad Exhibition Centre, Gandhinagar, Ahmedabad. In its second edition, the show has grown to a much larger format covering 40,000 sq m of exhibition space at the picturesque venue.
Australian debut in carbon fibres
For the first time, Australia will have the capacity to produce carbon fibres at scaled-up level. A wet spinning line has been installed at Waurn Pounds, Australia.
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