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High-tech + Reliability, Swiss textile machinery makers' forte
What has textile technology got to do with aircraft manufacture? In fact, quite a few Swiss textile machinery companies would be able to answer that question, as aerospace is just one of the high-profile ´ and extremely demanding ´ business segments in which their products play a key role.
Germany on upswing
With the election of Regina Brückner, Managing Associate of Brückner Trockentechnik, for the first time in its long history the VDMA Textile Machinery Association will be chaired by a woman.
Van De Wiele, Superba join forces
The Belgian consortium Van de Wiele signed an agreement to purchase the French company Superba and the US company American Superba. The agreement took place on May 27, 2015.
SUMA SL 288 for double width weaving
SUMA SL 288 is a CPM (electronic jacquard) designed for double width weaving machines. Electronic control system in this CPM has been designed on the latest micro processor based technology. It has four vertical heads containing 72 hooks in each head for making patterns on selvedges.
Dornier machines for upmarket high-tech textiles
Lindauer DORNIER GmbH is presenting at this year’s Techtextil machines for upmarket high-tech textiles for the protection of people and the environment such as functional textiles for solid matter, wet and air filtration as well as shading.
Stäubli ALPHA 500 for carpet weaving
The ALPHA 500 series carpet weaving machines are state-of-the-art solutions for producing any kind of area rugs and wall-to-wall carpets. Typical applications cover the residential, contract and transportation sector.
Stäubli extends product range to technical fabrics
Stäubli has been one of the world´s leading manufacturers of high-speed textile machinery since more than a century. After decades of experience as a supplier of shedding solutions for weaving machines, weaving preparation systems, and carpet weaving systems in the traditional textile industry, Stäubli continued its efforts in research and development to extend its product range.
Innovations fuel big growth at itema
Itema has weaved its way to success amid troubled times thanks to its relentless pursuit of innovations.
It was a dream come true; nothing short of a miracle! In 2012, global weaving market, hit by negative growth, dipped by 30 per cent, but Itema Group, the Italian weaving machinery giant held its head high, by registering a growth of +60 per cent.
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