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Worldwide shipments of new texmach decreased in 2019
August 2020
The report from the 42nd annual International Textile Machinery Shipment Statistics (ITMSS) covers six segments of textile machinery, namely spinning, draw-texturing, weaving, large circular knitting, flat knitting and finishing.
Karl Mayer’s Stoll acquisition complete
August 2020
Stoll will continue its activities within the Karl Mayer as autonomous business unit. The brand will be carried on independently, and represents Karl Mayer’s expertise in the field of flat knitting technology.
Groz-Beckert: Hub of the knitting world
August 2020
The Groz-Beckert Knitting division produces and distributes more than 50,000 products for the fields of circular knitting, legwear, flat knitting, and warp knitting. Besides high-performance needles and system parts for all kinds of knitting machines, the product range also includes knitting cylinders for large-diameter circular and seamless bodysize machines.
KARL MAYER buys STOLL
March 2020
As part of its growth strategy, the KARL MAYER Group has concluded an agreement to acquire the STOLL Group.
Knitting technologies & developments
November 2019
Knitted fabrics, due to their properties like shape fitting, softer handle, bulkier nature and high extensibility at low tension, which are being extensively used for dress materials, are now gaining strong ground in the area of technical textiles, says Jeyaraman Anandha Kumar.
Groz-Beckert to present product & service innovations
June 2019
Groz-Beckert will be present with all six product areas and the Groz-Beckert Academy and the Technology and Development Center (TEZ) will also be represented with their service range spanning across all fields and product areas.
Groz-Beckert’s litespeed plus for increased energy saving
February 2019
The litespeed needles were specially designed by Groz-Beckert for use in (high-performance) circular knitting machines.
Tradition meets digitalisation
December 2015
The phenomenon of digitalisation and networking of the entire value chain – Industry 4.0 – is also gaining importance in the textile industry. H. Stoll AG & Co. KG, a long-established manufacturer of flat knitting machines based in Reutlingen, Germany, will present an innovative software tool for networking of machine parks with up to a thousand machines at the ITMA textile machinery show in mid-November.
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