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Georg+Otto Friedrich tests k.management from KM.ON
August 2020
KARL MAYER’s high-performance tricot machines are in operation at its headquarters in Groß-Zimmern, Hesse, and in Limbach- Oberfrohna, Saxony.
Dynamics of value-added chains
August 2020
The reduction in the share of value-added in sectors such as textiles and footwear is due to increased reliance on import of raw materials, writes Aishwarya Sanas.
KARL MAYER enables automated production of face masks
August 2020
This innovative company based in Obertshausen initially developed face masks that can be made on KARL MAYER machines in high numbers and in a one-step production cycle.
UK-based Riva Home opens new manufacturing biz
July 2020
Riva Home a home textile supplier, which is based in Leeds, has announced an expansion and opening of its new manufacturing business in Tamworth – creating over 35 new jobs and expanding its product range in preparation for growth in the years ahead.
Oerlikon's ecuTEC+ improves filter performance
July 2020
Spunbond and meltblown materials can be electrostatically charged to improve their filter performance. The ecuTEC+ electro-charging unit is part of the delivery scope of all meltblown systems currently sold for the manufacture of protective mask nonwovens.
Itema announces the acquisition of PTMT (ex Panter)
July 2020
Itema, the leading provider of advanced weaving solutions, including best-in-class weaving machines, spare parts and integrated services, announces the finalisation of the agreement for the acquisition of the PTMT, formerly Panter, in business lease since April 2019.
Messe Frankfurt India announces entry in virtual space
July 2020
Messe Frankfurt India together with the Indian Plumbing Association have mutually agreed to postpone the 2020 edition of ISH India powered by IPA and will be introducing ISH India Virtual powered by IPA - a new digital sourcing model for the industry.
What’s happening in India’s cotton and textile sectors
July 2020
Mumbai-based Cotton Association of India (CAI) estimated that this year’s Indian crop (October 1, 2019-September 30, 2020) to be 33.55 million bales (170 Kgs each) as against its previous estimate of 33 million bales (170 Kgs each). This is about 550,000 bales higher than the previous estimate.
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