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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.
Loading Bay: The heart and soul of a warehouse
The importance of efficiently loading goods has always been evident. It has only increased with the years. Higher cost of skilled manpower consequently causes the necessity of hiring less qualified personnel. The cost of the goods is made up by the costs of raw materials´ production, storage, loading and shipment to the destination.
Nanotek: A specialist in textile processing
The increasing demand of quality textile products at competitive rates has not only made way for high performance textile manufacturing and processing machineries but also forced concerned industrialists to upgrade their existing system, to high end automated setup, which ensures high productivity along with desired quality.
Testing equipment & yarn splicing technology
Mesdan is a renowned manufacturer of yarn splicers and testing equipment. The division manufacturing laboratory testing equipment, known as Mesdan-Lab, displayed its products in two halls: Hall W4, booth K30 and Hall E1, booth C50.
CITI’s Natural Fibre Conclave in July
Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI) is organising Natural Fibre Conclave in Hotel Le Meridien, Coimbatore on 22nd July, 2015.
DYEFAST by HeiQ accelerates polyester dyeing
The Swiss textile innovator HeiQ has introduced a new technology that has the potential to revolutionise polyester dyeing. DYEFAST enables a faster textile dyeing procedure leading to lower costs, less energy and water consumption and reduced carbon footprint.
Key quality parameters: A practical challenge
Ambitious yarn spinners quickly learn that key performance indicators (KPI) are closely linked with quality ´ especially at the higher levels of the market, as an example from China shows. Achieving consistent quality, reducing waste and avoiding the risk of packages ruined by outliers are critical objectives, attainable only by implementing systematic quality management.
New driving force for nonwovens industry
The nonwovens industry in India is still at an early stage of development, although some well-known companies have invested in nonwovens. The CoE aims at advancing the development of the industry in nonwovens. For this reason, institute management decided two years ago to invest in a complete needling line.
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