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Loepfe to use Falcon-i for projects in China & Taiwan
July 2020
Loepfe, a manufacturer and solution partner for electronic online quality assurance systems, has announced that in order to detect even the tiniest yarn irregularities, company is using Falcon-i which offers extensive sensitivity levels, allowing customers to fine-tune the ratio of machine stoppages caused by necessary quality control stops.
Customer proximity despite social distancing
July 2020
Since May 2020 the KARL MAYER Academy has been offering webinars.
Efficient processing of denim in weaving mill
July 2020
To survive in the competitive world of denim weaving, the mill must optimise its process steps to save time, enhance quality, and maximise production. That’s why Stäubli has developed a range of high-performance equipment for denim production.
Weaving accessories from G. Hunziker
July 2020
G. Hunziker, Switzerland, a worldwide leading and competent partner for the weaving industry, offers accessories for weaving machines of all important and leading loom makers as Picanol, Dornier, Itema, Smit, Tsudakoma, Toyota, Van de Wiele, etc.
Tengri launches yarn from Khangai camel fibre
July 2020
Tengri, a UK-based luxury lifestyle brand specialising in clothing, accessories and home interiors that since 2014 has championed the manufacture of noble yarns and fibres from the endemic Khangai yak
Crisis in Bhiwandi powerloom sector
June 2020
Bhiwandi has approximately 6.5 lakh power looms, which is 33 per cent of country’s total power looms. Out of 6.5 lakh, about 15-20,000 looms are automatic and mostly China made rapier, writes B Basu.
LRT holds 73.5% market share in travellers: JM Balaji
April 2020
JM Balaji, Head – Marketing, Lakshmi Ring Travellers (Coimbatore) Limited, speaks on the demand for ring travellers and emerging trends in the industry.
Surat’s MMF sector to stay closed till May 3
April 2020
While some industries in south Gujarat resumes manufacturing activities from April 20 with the central government offering partial relaxation, man-made fabric (MMF) units in Surat will continue to remain under lockodown till May 3.
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