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India-Germany trade relationship weaving strong ties
India and Germany have a long history of trade and collaboration in the manufacturing sector, especially in textiles. There is a strong growth case for the textiles and apparel (T&A) industry, and in turn, a strong policy and business case for close collaboration between German and Indian industry.
30% energy saving possible with German tech: Rajesh Nath
India is now the third largest sales market in Asia for the German engineering industry. “Presently more than 550 VDMA member companies are engaged with their own business in the Indian market. In 2016, the bilateral trade between India and Germany grew to Euro 17.42 billion from a figure of nearly Euro 17.29 billion in 2015.
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
VDMA: German technology combats pollution
German technology can play a major role in nations´ efforts to make the environment cleaner and to increase the energy efficiency of the textile industry.On occasion of a guided tour initiated by the German VDMA Textile Machinery Association at ITMA ASIA + CITME in Shanghai, high representatives from Chinese authorities
Katja Mattl takes over as Director of VDMA
Katja Mattl will assume the position as Director of Communication at the German Engineering Federation (VDMA) on 1 May 2014. Mattl is joining the VDMA from Continental AG where she had directed international communication for the Powertrain Division since 2007.
Dr Reinhold Festge, New VDMA President
Dr Reinhold Festge, Managing Partner of Haver & Boecker in Oelde, Germany, has been elected as the new president of the German Engineering Federation (VDMA) at a gatheringof its members in Stuttgart on 18 October 2013
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