Search Result For
Result(s) found: 309
Weaving technologies today
While the new developments in weaving are significant, more developments are still needed to allow the weaving industry to face the tough nonwovens’ competition, opines Jeyaraman Anandha Kumar.
Stella India: Supplier of used weaving mac
Stella India is a global supplier of used textile machinery for weaving from single machine to complete unit. Stella India is able to meet all your machinery requirements including maintenance and spare parts.
Suessen’s SOLIDRING B 188
Suessen’s SOLIDRING B 188 is suitable for 100 per cent cotton applications. It is designed with a shorter and more aggressive saber tooth shape compared to the SOLIDRING B 174. It results in improved yarn quality and higher spinnability.
Andhra gets $2.9 billion FDI
Andhra Pradesh is among the top foreign direct investment (FDI) destinations in India, with an inflow of $2.9 billion of foreign investment in 2018.
Mohler, leading from the front
The seeds of Mohler Machine Works were sown in 2006 by two visionaries – V Balasubramanian, Textile Technologist and V Benny Jerald, Mechanical Engineer – who bought in rich experience of more than two decades in the textile industry.
Our vision is to be globally recognised by 2025
Think of warp stop motion technology, think of Shree Ram Engineering Works” is the tagline of the company, and the company has been believing in maintaining the same going forward. Shree Ram Textile began its journey in India in 1957.
Van de Wiele’s revolution in carpet weaving
The new RCE2+ rug and carpet expert weaving machine is a truly digital workhorse, with all yarns continuously controlled and measured and the difficult bobbin changes of the past completely eliminated.
Advertise Here [300 W x 250 H pixels]