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Navapur lures weaving units
For power loom weavers in Surat, Navapur, a border district in Maharashtra — about 100 km from Surat — has become the preferred destination for setting up weaving units.
Staubli’s latest weaving innovations at Febratex
Staubli, a provider of high-quality automated systems and solutions for the weaving industry, will be showing its latest products at Febratex, Brazil’s largest trade fair for the textile industry. The company will be displaying in booth 100, sector 1, street 7, at the trade show, which will be held from August 21 to 24, 2018, at German Village Park, Brazil.
Shipments of open-end rotors soar by 24%
Shipments of new short staple spindles increased for the first time since 2013, while Shipments of open-end rotors rose by 24 per cent to a level over 7,88,000 rotors in 2017
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.
MCN's 1,000th machine assembled at Shanghai
The Pakistan weaving industry is currently seeing Mayer & Cie. China (MCN), a subsidiary of the German circular knitting machine manufacturer Mayer & Cie. (MCT), headquartered in Albstadt, assembled its 1,000th circular knitting machine recently.
Staubli's innovations for advanced tech fabrics
Stäubli has been one of the world’s leading manufacturers of high-speed textile machinery for more than 125 years. After decades of experience as a supplier of shedding solutions for weaving machines, weaving preparation systems, and complete carpet weaving systems in the traditional textile industry, Stäubli continued its efforts in research and development to extend its product range.
Groz Beckert's weaving & knitting range
Groz-Beckert, the world’s leading provider of industrial machine needles, showcased the products and services of its product sectors knitting, weaving, nonwovens and carding at booth 707/B in hall 7.