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Global textile machinery shipments decline in 2020
June 2021
Deliveries of new short-staple spindles, open-end rotors, and long-staple spindles dropped by -48%, -27%, and -46%, respectively, says ITMF report. However, shipments of large circular knitting machines marked the exception with a 13% growth.
A.T.E. joins hands with SMIT to promote rapier looms
June 2021
In a development that will provide momentum to the modernisation of the Indian textile industry, A.T.E. and SMIT S.r.l. have entered an exclusive partnership for the promotion of SMIT’s advanced rapier looms in India.
Picanol to premier 2 rapier machines at ITMA Asia 2021
May 2021
The company will be displaying its range of air-jet and rapier machines along with premiering two brand new rapier machines. It will be demonstrating an OptiMax-i gripper machine in free flight execution of 540 cm width.
Indian weavers prefer beams from KARL MAYER
May 2021
Indian weaving industry prefers beams from KARL MAYER warp preparation
A.T.E. joins hands with SMIT to promote rapier looms
May 2021
Rapier looms of the Italy-based SMIT are reputed for their versatility, high productivity, superior quality fabric production, and capability to handle a wide range of weft material and yarn counts.
Itematech’s weaving solutions at Cinte Techtextil
October 2020
Thanks to the strong know-how resulting from the merger of the two historic weaving manufacturers expertise and competences, technical fabrics manufacturers will now on find in Itematech a unique partner and technological reference point to meet and exceed all their needs when it comes to weaving the full range of technical applications.
Rieter 1st half of 2020 severely impacted by COVID-19
July 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic led to a market situation where demand for the goods and services of all three business groups decreased significantly.
Weaving technologies today
September 2019
While the new developments in weaving are significant, more developments are still needed to allow the weaving industry to face the tough nonwovens’ competition, opines Jeyaraman Anandha Kumar.
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