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Rieter posts strong FY2017 results
Rieter posted an order intake of CHF 1,051.5 million in FY2017. This represents an increase of 16% compared to the previous year (increase of CHF 146.3 million).
A significant increase in order intake and order backlog at the end of the year marked the 2017 financial year. In terms of sales, Rieter posted a slight increase. The EBIT margin before restructuring charges was 5.4 per cent. Despite special effects, the company’s dividend policy and solid financial position allow the payment of an attractive dividend. Therefore, the Board of Directors proposes to the shareholders to leave the dividend unchanged at CHF 5.00.
Synthetic lubricants for textile
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Yale Synthlube Industries are pioneers, market leaders and manufacturers of Synthetic Lubricants in India since 1978. Some of the products
Mahlo lifts straightener technology to a new level
With new standards, the generation 15 Mahlo machines are not only optimally equipped for the future, but also help to save costs and raw materials and improve product quality.
Every day, several thousand kilometres of woven and knitted fabrics pass through the production facilities of textile manufacturers all over the world. And for every single centimetre of it, the quality has to be right. This means above all: straight-thread fabric. This poses great challenges for manufacturers of increasingly sophisticated textiles. Mahlo GmbH + Co KG has been the perfect partner for over 70 years when it comes to straightening things out. The German machine builder has once again set standards in textile production and finishing with its generation 15 devices.
The fabric makes a sofa
A high-fashion look for upholstery fabrics can be produced on the new RASCHELTRONIC.
Since the emergence of the athleisure trend, it has become clear that various synergies existing between specific segments of the textile sector can be exploited. For example, lingerie lace is being incorporated into the shirts of women runners, and functional materials are being used in sexy briefs. Home and household textiles can also profit from the transfer of ideas from one sector to another. For example, the possibilities offered by typical warp knitting machines used in the clothing sector are now bringing a touch of flamboyance to the home.
New OEKO-TEX regulations for 2018
I n 2018, the OEKO-TEX Association endeavours to provide further targeted support on issues relating to consumer protection and sustainability throughout the textile value creation chain. The existing guidelines of the OEKO-TEX product portfolio were updated on January 2, 2018. The new regulations come into effect on April 1, 2018 for all certification systems and other services, following a three-month transition period. OEKO-TEX presents the new product regulations in detail to interested companies during a webinar on January 30, 2018 at 12:00 noon (EST, UTC-5). Participation is free. One can register at www.oeko-tex.com/webinar-updates-2018.
ANDRITZ starts up eXcelle line in Poland
The line has a production capacity of about 1,000 kg/h and produces nonwovens made of natural fibres, glass fibres and polypropylene from 300 to 2,400 gsm for the automotive industry.
R9500, star of Indian rapier market: C. Straubhaar
Itema, one of the world’s leading suppliers of advanced, high-performance weaving machinery and integrated services, has always been at the forefront in providing best-in-class weaving solutions for the textile industry. “R&D has always been our forte at Itema. We have [always] been bringing in new developments for the textile industry,” says Christian Straubhaar, Group Sales & Marketing Director at Italy-based Itema S.p.A., during an interaction with ITJ Senior Sub Editor, Karthik Muthuveeran.
A big success for European machinery roadshow in Colombia
The first European roadshow of 14 textile machinery manufacturers took place on October 18 in Bogota and the following day in Medellin. With over 100 Colombian textile producers attending, it exceeded the expectations of the organisers, the Belgian (SYMATEX), French (UCMTF), Spanish (AMTEX) and Swedish (TMAS) textile machinery associations.