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Staubli's weaving solutions at IGATEX
The machines feature state-of-the-art technologies developed through more than 125 years of experience and passion for continued research to bring even more advantages to every weaving mill.
STAUBLI expertise for weavers creativity
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.
Picanol’s 3 airjets and 3 rapiers
As one of the world’s leading weaving machine manufacturers, Picanol has always had a very close relationship with the Chinese textile industry. This relationship is not a matter of chance or coincidental developments: on the contrary, it is the result of long-term, strategic planning by the Picanol management.
Staubli products for Turkish industry
The Turkish weaving market has long been amongst Stäubli’s most important markets. Anticipating rising demand and the growing importance of the Turkish textile industry, Stäubli invested in a fully owned subsidiary in Istanbul back in the mid-90s. Stäubli’s sales and technical teams cover the whole country, from Istanbul to Kayseri and Gaziantep, closely collaborating with customers as long-term partners.
The Green Machines of Dornier in limelight
The Lindauer DORNIER GmbH displays at the ITMA in Milan a multitude of innovations and new machine concepts for particularly sophisticated fabrics. Under the motto ´The Green Machine´ this family enterprise from Lake Constance, which manufactures all its machines exclusively in Germany, presents comprehensive solutions for sustainable technologies.
SWISSMEM turns 75, vows to chase innovation
SWISSMEM, the Swiss textile machinery industry association, celebrated its platinum jubilee just two months before ITMA 2015, which gave an opportunity for the industry to ponder over critical issues including the future of textile technologies.
Europe still dominates in textile technology, but India is no laggard. It has created its own niche. With 158 exhibitors at the present ITMA 2015, Indian textile machinery and spares industry has come a long way to spread its wings since 1975 when at the same Milan, India fielded a lone exhibitor. An ITJ Report previews the current scenario.
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