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CFRP use in warp knitting cuts energy consumption
For a long time now energy-saving machine concepts have been the key aspect of KARL MAYER´s R&D work. Energy has different functions in the operation of a warp knitting machine: mainly the drive of the knitting elements but also the cooling of the components
Germany on upswing
With the election of Regina Brückner, Managing Associate of Brückner Trockentechnik, for the first time in its long history the VDMA Textile Machinery Association will be chaired by a woman.
Conference in Iran gets overwhelming response
More than 1,100 decision-makers of the Iranian textile and carpet industry as well as 36 leading German textile machinery and accessories manufacturers participated in the VDMA textile machinery conference from April 21-22 in Tehran.
ACIMIT, EURATEX & VDMA tie-up for sustainability
EURATEX, the European apparel and textile confederation, has recently signed an MoU with ACIMIT and VDMA, the associations respectively representing Italian and German textile machinery manufacturers.
VDMA-Uzbek Govt strengthen ties
Fritz P Mayer, Vice-Chairman of VDMA Textile Machinery Association and Ilkhoom Khaydarov, Uzbek Minister and Chairman of the board of the State Joint-Stock Company for the Light Industry ´O´zbekyengilsanoat´ have signed in Frankfurt a memorandum of understanding to strengthen the ties between the two organisations.
Indonesia is third largest importer of tex machinery
According to the 2012 International Textile Machinery Shipment Statistics report of the Switzerland-based International Textile Manufacturers Federation (ITMF), Indonesia was the third-largest importer globally in 2012 of short-staple spindles, with 594,288 or 5.7 per cent of the total; the third-largest importer of shuttleless looms, with 3,727 or 4.3 per cent; and also the third-largest importer of large circular knitting machines, with 1,350 or 3.7 per cent.
Reusable OT clothing
A current research project sponsored by the Alliance for Industrial Research and running until the start of 2016 is working on developing innovative reusable operating theatre textiles which are more comfortable to wear and at the same time more durable because they can be cleaned in a gentler process.
A.T.E.: Bringing best to India
It all started in 1939 with a man´s gritty decision to challenge the British monopoly in the field of textile machinery in India, as a part of India´s freedom movement. The man in question took upon himself the difficult task of selling German textile
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