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ITEMA sells 12% more weaving machines
Itema, the leading global provider of advanced weaving solutions, announced financial results for the first half of 2014 (H1 2014) exceeding expectations and register-ing a further growth to the already spectacular results of 2013.
Machinery import soars as local high-tech R&D front limps
Good news: Textile machinery production has gone up by 15 per cent in 2013-14 out of which spinning machinery´s contribution is over 50 per cent. Bad news: Textile machinery import is still soaring, and attempt to produce high-tech machines in India is a non-starter.
Spinning: A showcase of robust growth
Spinning has remained as an indispensable preliminary step to fabric formation in spite of many technological developments that provide the means to achieve direct conversion of fibres to fabrics. Ever since the spinning wheel was invented in India, first of the kinds of automation effort towards mechanisation
Hometex: Homing in on targets
They came, they saw, they conquered. Less than three decades back, some entrepreneurs from textile industry achieved a similar swift victory when they had a go at the potential of home textiles, particularly in exports. Welspun, Bombay Dyeing, Alok Industries, Fabindia, Portico... the list now has grown bigger.
Moisture management of knits from textured yarns
Single jersey weft circular knitted fabrics manufactured from textured yarns of 260% bulk can have good moisture management and air-texturing of polyester yarns improves their moisture transportation capability infer MY Gudiyawar and Manjunath RN.
PreciFX: An innovation catches on
When the digital displacement technology PreciFX was unveiled at ITMA 2007 in Munich, it was regarded as a consummate technical and technological highlight. Only acknowledged technology experts had any inkling at the time of the broad potential of this revolutionary innovation.
A9500p & A9500e: Efficient airjet looms
Itema SpA launched a new airjet portfolio at ITMA ASIA+CITME 2014. Based on the already successful original, the A9500, Itema launched two new airjet models designed for maximum performance: the A9500e, a sturdy and efficient machine offering the best value for money
Com4®, a brand provides support for Rieter customers
Rieter is stepping up its sales support for licensees with new yarn brands. Com4® is a registered trademark of Rieter. It now represents the basic brand for quality yarns spun on all four Rieter final spinning machines.
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