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Spinning and recycling go together at BB Engineering
As a medium-sized German machine construction business, BB Engineering has been manufacturing components and systems for synthetic fibre and film production for more than 20 years. For several years now, the company has been concentrating on recycling system development work. In this interview, Dr Klaus Schäfer, Managing Director and Matthias Schmitz, Head of Engineering Recycling Technology, BB Engineering, discuss just how the seemingly different business units interact and how the recycling business profits from the existing extrusion and spinning systems know-how.
ITMA ASIA + CITME 2020 on track for next June showing
Preparations for the seventh edition of ITMA ASIA + CITME are underway as scheduled. Following the completion of the stand allocation exercise, some 1,650 exhibitors have started to receive their certificate of admission and stand details from 14 December 2020.
Enjoy time travel from the home office
Oerlikon develops modern materials, systems and surface technologies and provides specialised services aimed at securing high-performance products and systems with long lifespans for customers
Australia to produce medical masks with Oerlikon tech
Oerlikon’s German-based business unit Oerlikon Nonwoven has now executed legal and commercial arrangements to supply the specialised machinery which can manufacture the nonwoven material locally.
Technology transfer that is creating waves
With ‘Clean Technology, Smart Factory’ motto, the engineers from Germany presented selected machines and systems specifically designed for the Indian market, along with the associated services.
Manufacturing rPET FDY using Oerlikon’s WINGS
As one of the world’s first companies, Polygenta has, since 2014, been producing 100 per cent recycled POY and DTY from post-consumer PET using the patented chemical recycling process developed by per-PETual Global Technologies.
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