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Oerlikon’s sales rise by 3%
Oerlikon Group’s EBITDA was sustained at a high level at CHF 93 million and a margin of 15.0 per cent. EBIT for Q1 2019 stood at CHF 44 million, or 7.1 per cent of sales.
Clean Technology, Smart Factory
Oerlikon invites all visitors to this year’s ITMA on a journey into the future of manmade fibre production.The world market leader will show all its guests its vision of a sustainable and automated manmade fibre production in a virtual 4D showroom:
Starlinger to be present with STC Spinnzwirn
At this year’s ITMA, the world’s largest textile machinery exhibition held every 4 years, the Starlinger Group will present itself in Barcelona together with its new member STC Spinnzwirn for the first time.
The materials that the future is made of
At home, at work, on the street, in the sky, on the water, even in space, technical textiles and nonwovens are swinging towards ever higher performances in amazing applications.
58th DORNBIRN-GFC to be held from Sept 11-13
Over 100 international speakers from industry and research will present the latest innovations of the fibre and textile industry at the Dornbirn-GFC 2019 from September 11 - 13, 2019.
Oerlikon, ADAMOS’ network partner
The Oerlikon Manmade Fibers segment has been a member of ADAMOS, an alliance of machine and systems construction sector companies, since the beginning of 2019. With this move, the company is ramping up its digital strategy, creating the right framework for implementing its concrete Industrie 4.0 solutions.
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.
MMF capacity needs to be raised by 5 times: Oerlikon meet
India’s share in global textile trade is hardly 6 per cent, while China’s share is over 38 per cent. We should triple our share, said Narendra Modi, India’s Prime Minister, and to achieve this, the country’s man-made fibre (MMF) capacity needs to be raised by five times,” said Debabrata Ghosh, General Manager – Sales, Oerlikon Textile India Pvt Ltd.