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KARL MAYER’s new tricot machine for volume market
Thanks to its four-bar tricot machines, KARL MAYER offers a product family suitable for a wide range of applications. The highly flexible models produce elastic and non-elastic fabrics, can process various material combinations and work a wide variety of patterns.
Australian debut in carbon fibres
For the first time, Australia will have the capacity to produce carbon fibres at scaled-up level. A wet spinning line has been installed at Waurn Pounds, Australia.
Solvay invests in textile fibre technology
Solvay Group is investing in fibre and smart polyamide textile yarn production technology to meet the growing market demand for innovative textile products. The investment, of around $50 million, is being made in the latest equipment in texturing area and the modernisation of textile weaving machines in Santo André (Brazil).
Lyocell market to touch $1179.5 mn in 2020
The rapid development in the technical textiles and apparel industries has had a positive impact on the demand for lyocell fibres, states Transparency Market Research in its recent report. The 62-page research publication reveals that registering a strong CAGR of 7.90 per cent during the forecast period, the global lyocell fibres market is poised to rise from $692.7 million in 2013 to $1,179.5 million by 2020.
Trützschler to focus on efficiency & quality
The Trützschler companies´ participation at this year´s Techtextil show is focused on efficiency and quality. Various examples of Trützschler Nonwovens´ complete line concepts and technologies out of one hand combine these targets. Multimedia and interactive presentations inform on line layouts, machinery, applications and end products.
Cut-resistant fabrics are gaining popularity in the field of protective fabrics. Recently developed cut-resistant fabric products such as gloves and aprons have many advantages over the conventional materials,
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