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First R 35 rotor spinning machine in India: Customer calculates the benefits
June 2015
The recently introduced R35 semi-automated rotor spinning machine, known as a smart and economic solution to increase productivity, has arrived in India. The R35 impresses the Indian rotor spinners with its ergonomics, productivity, the AMIspin-piecing technology and its flexibility.
New dimension to rotor
April 2015
The single-drive technology of the Autocoro 8 is catapulting the automation of the rotor spinning mill into a new dimension. This intelligent technology relieves spinning mills of the burden of organizational tasks.
Rieter gets closer to customers via 7 symposia
February 2015
Rieter successfully generated interest in Indian customers with its series of sales symposia at seven places across India. The symposia had an overwhelming response of customers from all the regions with more than 2,000 participants. The purpose of the symposia was to showcase latest innovation in products in ring and rotor spinning technologies.
Competence in 4 spinning systems
October 2014
On its exhibition stand at the ITMA Asia + CITME 2014, Rieter demonstrated its competence across the entire spinning process and presenting all 4 end spinning systems live on the stand (Hall W4, Booth No. D01).
Spinning: A showcase of robust growth
October 2014
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
Yarn structure and its impact on softness
September 2014
The process of converting fibres into yarn is complex, and requires many investigations and new technical solutions. The most common spinning systems to convert fibres to yarn are ring, compact, rotor, and air-jet spinning.
Good trend of business continues at Rieter
September 2014
Rieter closed the first half of 2014 with significantly higher net profits of CHF4.3 mn or 2.7 per cent of sales, respectively. The market environment in which Rieter operates was consistently favourable in the first half of 2014.
Com4®, a brand provides support for Rieter customers
August 2014
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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