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German firms can offer customised solutions in automation: Waldmann
October 2019
India like other Asian countries has growing middle class, able and willing to spend more for clothes and home textiles than former generation were able to do.
Latest dyeing machines from Thies
May 2019
Thies Textilmaschinen will be highlighting its latest range of machines for the treatment of technical textiles at Techtexil 2019.
Manifold challenges ahead: Waldmann
January 2019
The challenges for the textile machinery industry are manifold with a view to 2019: The political and economic framework conditions have deteriorated, incoming orders in important markets are difficult to predict. Markets that have so far been less in focus have to be observed and worked on more intensively.
Texcare brand to include Clean Show USA
December 2018
Messe Frankfurt's Texcare brand is now rounded off by Clean Show USA. Elgar Straub, Managing Director of VDMA Textile Care, Fabric and Leather Technologies, comments on the extension of Texcare trade fairs to include the American Clean Show:
Walter Reiners Foundation honours 5 young engineers
September 2018
Peter D Dornier, member of the Executive Board of the VDMA Textile Machinery Federation and Chairman of the Walter Reiners Foundation for the Promotion of Young Engineers, has honoured five young talents in Aachen, Germany.
German engineers gear up for Techtextil
May 2017
With 62 exhibiting VDMA member companies, German Technology will be strongly represented at Techtextil Frankfurt at the beginning of May.
30% energy saving possible with German tech: Rajesh Nath
May 2017
India is now the third largest sales market in Asia for the German engineering industry. “Presently more than 550 VDMA member companies are engaged with their own business in the Indian market. In 2016, the bilateral trade between India and Germany grew to Euro 17.42 billion from a figure of nearly Euro 17.29 billion in 2015.
With triple added value: E3 assure sustainability
December 2015
Faster than a formula 1 car: During cabling ? a mechanical yarn finishing process in carpet manufacturing ? the yarn in the ?CarpetCabler?, built by Saurer Volkmann in Krefeld, reaches top speeds of up to 420 km/h (261 mph). With a few decisive innovations the Saurer Group, with seven locations in Germany, is making a significant contribution in the effort to reduce energy consumption and therewith also the CO2 emissions associated with industrial carpet manufacturing
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