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Lenzing posts solid growth despite challenges
The Lenzing Group continued its solid business development in the first half of 2019. Despite a significantly more challenging market environment with historically low prices for standard viscose, Lenzing recorded a slight increase in revenue.
RETECH – Enjoy Swiss Quality
Except for cheese, chocolate, knifes and watches there are also very famous heated godets for extrusion lines engineered and produced in Switzerland as to be seen during ITMA in Barcelona.
N. Schlumberger: World leader in long staple fibre processing
NSC offers the machines to process both natural as well as chemical fibres, mainly, wool, silk, flax, hemp, ramie, jute, asbestos as well as polyesters, acrylic, polyamides, polypropylene, aramide, textile glass, viscose, acetate, etc.
Stöhr introduces latest innovations
Südwolle Group, a leading yarn producer of pure wool and wool blend worsted yarns, exhibited at Techtextil. Stöhr, the company’s division specialised in yarn solutions for the automotive sector, aircraft seating, personal protective clothing/PPE, as well as home textiles, showcased various innovations, together with its sister company Tenowo (Hoftex Group).
Trevira’s latest functional textiles
Trevira, the specialist for functional fibres and yarns, presented its products for a wide range of applications in the area of technical and functional textiles.
P84, the ultimate solution in hot-gas filtration
In 1984, for the first time ever, it was possible to spin fibres from the high-performance plastic polyimide. This innovation was embedded by Evonik in the brand name P84® which has stood for high-temperature-resistant fibres for demanding industrial applications ever since.