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Closer to customers in US
The Segment Manmade Fibers of the Swiss Technology group Oerlikon will be opening an additional service centre in Dalton, Georgia, the heart of the American carpet industry. The official opening will take place on August 13, 2015. ´
162 exhibitors, 7233 visitors at Ambiente & Heimtextil India
India’s finest home fashion business platform Ambiente India & Heimtextil India, held from 25 – 27 June at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, successfully recorded an increase in the turnout of business visitors in its second edition with 7,233 professionals from India and abroad
54th DORNBIRN-MFC to be held on Sep 16-18
Along with its income from registration fees, the Dornbirn Man-made Fibers Congress relies largely on the support of such sponsors as industry, universities and colleges, and the technical press.
Oerlikon sustains strong profitability
In the first quarter of 2015, Oerlikon continued to deliver a solid performance in a challenging market environment. Order intake went up by 17.0 per cent to CHF 793 million and sales increased by 10.1 per cent to CHF 782 million. For the 13th consecutive quarter, the EBITDA margin exceeded 15 per cent, coming in at 16.8 per cent.
Multiple benefits of Oerlikon ´e-save´ programme
In the Oerlikon Manmade Fibers Segment, sustainability stands as a fundamental principle in all dealings with customers and its own employees. With the Oerlikon Barmag and Oerlikon Neumag brands, the company is a global market leader in the field of filament spinning machines for manmade fibres, texturing machines, and BCF, staple fibre spinning and nonwoven systems.
´Green´ tyre cord thanks to EvoQuench
Oerlikon Barmag is one of two companies worldwide that deliver machine solutions for the production of HMLS yarn. The material is extremely tear resistant, but elastic and temperature as well as dimensionally stable. It is predominantly used in high-speed tyres, which´as a result of the high speeds achieved´are subjected to particularly high loads.
New driving force for nonwovens industry
The nonwovens industry in India is still at an early stage of development, although some well-known companies have invested in nonwovens. The CoE aims at advancing the development of the industry in nonwovens. For this reason, institute management decided two years ago to invest in a complete needling line.
Communicating the future of man-made fibres
In December 2014, DI Friedrich Weninger succeeded Heinz Kmonicek as Manager of the AUSTRIAN MAN-MADE FIBERS INSTITUTE (AUSTRIAN-MFI) and Chairman of the Programme Committee of the DORNBIRN MAN-MADE FIBERS CONGRESS.