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Source of inspiration for Indian clothing
Delicately patterned fabrics produced on the RSJ 4/1 machine open up completely new design options. The Indian textile industry is increasingly focusing on synthetic fibres.
Resource saving: Cost cutting with environmental protection
Volatile prices for energy and commodities, requirements from brands, retailers and end consumers as well as government regulations have made sustainability a major challenge for the textile industry. For these reasons, resource efficiency is one of the premium targets of technical developments. The increased responsibility for work safety and workplace design is also an aspect of sustainability to which textile companies pay more and more attention.
Tradition meets digitalisation
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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