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PLI scheme a shot in the arm for MMF & tech textiles
On November 11, 2020, the Union Cabinet gave its approval to extend the PLI scheme to textile products along with nine other new sectors entailing additional financial outlay of Rs 1,460 billion over a five-year period.
Swissmem celebrates 80th anniversary!
When an organisation reaches its 80th anniversary, there is a strong chance that it has survived several crises over those years. In the case of Swiss Textile Machinery, the association was actually born out of a crisis situation.
SSM - combined power of 300 years of experience
SSM Textile Machinery, Horgen (Switzerland), is a subsidiary of the Rieter Group based in Winterthur (Switzerland). It is the one brand and trendsetter that drives the global market in winding technologies and machines.
Saurer invests in technology centre in Arbon
Saurer Group announced that it is to establish a technology centre in Arbon, Switzerland. The research and development (R&D) centre at the home of the Saurer textiles group will combine Saurer’s leading expertise in sensor technology and automation with the latest innovations of Industry 4.0. Saurer is currently advertising around 10 vacancies, and the first candidates have already been found. The Group believes it can create up to 40 jobs over the next years.
Russian firm starts up new Truetzschler lines
This repeat order of a larger number of Truetzschler’s symTTec spinning positions confirms the long-term and successful cooperation between the two companies.
Within the frame of strategic company modernisation programme, Kurskhimvolokno, a major Russian player in the polyamide industrial yarn industry, recently increased its capacity by more than 30 per cent. Truetzschler Switzerland had been selected again to implement the project. This repeat order of a larger number of Truetzschler’s symTTec spinning positions confirms the long-term and successful cooperation between the two companies.
Schoeller, Textil develop unique dyeing process
Swiss companies Schoeller and Textil color have collaborated to create a new auxiliary concept used in polyester dyeing called ‘Ecodye’ technology, which is expected to accelerate the dyeing process and, in turn, cut costs and preserve environment.