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Sustainability agenda drives attendance
The global textile and garment manufacturing industry converged at ITMA 2015 in Milan to source innovative solutions to enhance their business sustainability.
Spinning: Temporary setback may go
Spinning has been good in India, but looking at the trend unfolding in the last six months, it needs a relook. One is the Technology Upgradation Fund (TUF) which has been temporarily stopped. Secondly, the yarn export to China has virtually come to a standstill.
India, 3rd largest market for Mayer & Cie.
Mayer & Cie. is a world-leading manufacturer of circular knitting machines. For 110 years, the owner-managed family firm has been at home in the Swabian Alb, the location of the market and technology leader’s head office to this day – in Albstadt, where the knitting machines are, for the most part, manufactured. The company’s central administration and research and development (R&D) department are also in Albstadt.
Autocoro 9 and BD 6 in tune with the times
Saurer Schlafhorst’s rotor spinning product line is highly satisfied with how ITMA 2015 in Milan went. The new Autocoro 9 and the innovations on the BD 6 met with a good response from the industry, which currently attaches a high priority to maximum energy efficiency.
Sustainability agenda drives attendance at ITMA 2015
The global textile and garment manufacturing industry converged at ITMA 2015 in Milan to source innovative solutions to enhance their business sustainability. Their commitment to sustainability is evident from the strong industry turnout. At the end of eight days, the 17th edition of the world’s most established textile and garment technology exhibition attracted visitorship of almost 1,23,000 from 147 economies.
Gamechanging ITMA kicks off New revolution
Is 2015 a watershed year for the textile technologies? Is the ITMA 2015 a gamechanger for the global textile industry? Joseph S, who witnessed some developments at the Fiera Milano Rho, attempts to explore the sentiments that prevailed at the fairgrounds.
Innovations galore at KARL MAYER
KARL MAYER´s exhibition stand at the leading trade fair in Milan had a lighthouse effect: trend-setting, eye-catching even from some distance away and outstanding. At ITMA in Milan the innovative market leader in the fields of warp knitting and warp preparation machines presented in Hall 5, Stand C 101, expecting its guests with a futuristic stand, the first port of call for the trade.
Chinese cotton imports hit all-time low
Chinese cotton imports reached an all-time low in September, as large domestic inventories reduced reliance on foreign supplies, at a time when economic slowdown is weighing on demand. China imported just 50,900 tonnes of cotton in September, a decline of 59 per cent YoY. This is the lowest monthly import since records began in 2005, and the second month of record low imports in a row.