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Influence of mechanical harvesting method
Two different methods of cotton harvesting were each examined at two different farmers. The comparison was carried out through to the knitted fabric, whereby carded ring and rotor yarns with various counts were spun, says Harald Schwippl.
Rieter reaps 28% rise in sales in India
Both in China and India, Rieter significantly increased sales, by 33 per cent to CHF 186.5 million and by 28 per cent to CHF 182.1 million, respectively. In the other Asian countries, sales declined by 12 per cent.
Rieter’s order intake up 13%
The Rieter Group achieved an order intake of CHF 905.2 million in the 2016 financial year, which represents an increase of 13 per cent compared to the previous year (CHF +103.6 million).
K42 machine helps Rieter spin success
Rieter is the leading supplier of installations for manufacturing yarns from short staple fibres. As a competent partner, Rieter makes customers‘ lives easier. It provides advice and support from the initial investment discussions to the successful operation of their spinning mills.
Rieter spins a success story in India
In India, major orders were placed for the Rieter’s K 42 compact system, while in China order intake continued to be below average, despite a slight revival. The amount of orders received by the Rieter Group in the first nine months of 2016 was significantly higher than for the same period of the previous year. Cumulative order intake amounted to CHF 718.4 million and was thus up by 22 per cent on the said prior year period. Order intake in the third quarter totaled CHF 207.7 million owing to an investment reluctance in Turkey.
In the latest generation of circular combs, largest active combing surface in combination with adjustable settings in height enables customers to achieve an even more economical combing result. Latest generations of combers such as the Rieter E86 with up to 550 nips/min and production rates of up to 90 kg/h place increased and, in some cases, novel demands on the technology components.
Rieter marches ahead in India
The amount of orders received by the Rieter Group in the first nine months of 2016 was significantly higher than for the same period of the previous year. Cumulative order intake amounted to CHF 718.4 million and was thus up by 22 per cent on the said prior year period. Order intake in the third quarter totaled CHF 207.7 million owing to an investment reluctance in Turkey. The market environment in the third quarter was characterised by differing dynamics in the individual countries as well as with regard to the product categories.
The 10th edition of India-ITME is opening on a note of high expectations! The Indian Government´s recent Rs.6,000-cr package & amended TUFS have rekindled exhibitor interest while high-tech wares promise to ignite buyer zest. A cross-section of the textile industry players shares their moods & opinions.
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