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Rieter wins patent dispute in China
In mid-July 2020, the Shanghai Intellectual Property Court of the People’s Republic of China determined that the double-head draw frames JWF1316 and JWF1316T of Shenyang Hongda Textile Machinery are similar to and fall within the scope of protection of the design patent concerned.
Oerlikon Neumag presents innovative BCF S8 technology
With up to 700 potential filaments per yarn end, the BCF S8 is raising the benchmark considerably compared to the Oerlikon Neumag S+ BCF system (400 filaments) that has dominated the global market to date.
KUSTERS CALICO Creating a new benchmark in wet processing
Vadodara-based Kusters Calico Machinery Ltd builds machines and installations for wet processing of woven and knitted fabrics as well as for carpets and pile fabrics. Today, KCM enjoys a fully-satisfied customer base all over India by its innovative installations, process technologies, automations, vacuum systems and dosing stations in textile processing. Kusters is a leader in textile processing machines, serving the textile industry all over the globe with its unbeatable value deliverance.
"We expect business to improve in coming year"
Since 1985, Coimbatore-based Statex has been into production of fibre and yarn testing instruments. K Subramaniam, who is a graduate in engineering, is the Managing Director of Statex Group of Companies, with more than eight years of dedicated service in a textile research associations, where he concentrated in textile testing instrument R&D. Enriched with his guidance and direction, today Statex has established its name throughout the world.
Lapp's cabling solutions
Lapp Group India, a 100 per cent subsidiary of the Lapp Group Germany and a leading supplier of integrated solutions and branded products in the field of cable and connection technology in India, participated in 2nd International Textile Machinery & Accessories Exhibition (ITMACH) at Ahmedabad.
B Kingdon is new MD of ICA
A selection committee formed of the International Cotton Association (ICA) officers have appointed Bill Kingdon as their Managing Director following a rigorous and robust recruitment process. The ICA Officers worked closely with a recruitment agency to guarantee a professional and independent process to select a new managing director over a period of three months.