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Ring and Rotor Spinning of Recycled Fibres
With one per cent of garments being recycled and three quarters of the world’s clothing ending up in landfill, the textile industry is seeking ways to make production more sustainable and pay more attention to the entire life cycle of clothing.
Significant energy savings with Rieter G 37 and K 47
The Rieter ring spinning machine G 37 and the compact-spinning machine K 47 meet all requirements for an efficient yarn production. They produce high-quality yarns with highest production rates and lowest energy consumption.
US Trust Protocol welcomes its first 10 US mills
The US Cotton Trust Protocol recently welcomed first 10 US cotton textile manufacturers – Buhler Quality Yarns, Cap Yarns, CCW, Contempora Fabrics, Cotswold Industries, Frontier Yarns, Hamrick Mills, Inman Mills, Parkdale, Swisstex Direct as members.
TEA appeals spinning mills to continue to supply yarn
Tirupur Exporters Association (TEA) appealed spinning mills to not stop the supply of cotton yarns as it’s affecting apparel units. The mills are not taking any new orders and have stopped production said President, TEA in a letter to associations.
Manufacturing sustainable bast yarns
With today’s increasing environmental awareness, textiles made of bast fibres are being rediscovered for everyday use as well as for luxury fabrics