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Indonesia is third largest importer of tex machinery
According to the 2012 International Textile Machinery Shipment Statistics report of the Switzerland-based International Textile Manufacturers Federation (ITMF), Indonesia was the third-largest importer globally in 2012 of short-staple spindles, with 594,288 or 5.7 per cent of the total; the third-largest importer of shuttleless looms, with 3,727 or 4.3 per cent; and also the third-largest importer of large circular knitting machines, with 1,350 or 3.7 per cent.
Overall shipments of new textile machinery down in 2013
In 2013, shipments fell in most segments though remained on a relatively high level. In comparison to 2012 global shipments of new short-staple spindles rose by 10 per cent while those of open-end rotors decreased slightly by 2 per cent and those of long-staple spindles dropped by 45 per cent.
Chinas shuttleless loom share in India
Indias increasing imports of looms from China is an interesting trend", says Kanti Prakash Brahma, Senior Consultant, Fashion-Textile & Apparel at Technopak Advisors.
Chinese Rage Looms
The rising tide of Chinese looms into the country may pose a looming crisis for the domestic weaving equipment manufacturers, but for the buyers, who have opted for these cheaper looms,
ITMACHs maiden run a success
The ITMACH 2014 Exhibition, its maiden 3-day run at Bhiwandi near Thane in Maharashtra recently had 99 exhibitors and attracted 19,842 visitors. The exhibitors were enthusiastic since the exhibition attracted a very good quality crowd,
Weaving A New Dream
Weaving segment is expected to play a key role in the coming years in India, according to many industry experts. One indicator is the fact that many yarn companies are thinking of entering weaving activities.