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PLI scheme: A step in right direction
December 2020
In September 2020, Textile Secretary Ravi Capoor informed investors that the Government of India was planning to bring a “focussed product scheme” to incentivise production of synthetic fibre-based apparel and technical textiles.
Enjoy time travel from the home office
November 2020
Oerlikon develops modern materials, systems and surface technologies and provides specialised services aimed at securing high-performance products and systems with long lifespans for customers
ecuTEC+ improves filter performance significantly
September 2020
The patented Oerlikon Nonwoven solution is characterised by its exceptional flexibility: ecuTEC+ stands out above all as a result of its diverse applications, which can be electro-charged. Nonwovens manufacturers can freely choose between numerous variation options and set the optimal charging method and intensity for their specific filter applications.
Let Us Not Miss the Bus
November 2019
Talks of bad times are spreading fast, sometime even on a global scale. No country is spared. But time and again global economy has come out of the blues, and some countries’ fortunes have even brightened up. Why not India’s, this time? One of the opportunities for the textile industry is the technical textiles.
Clean Technology, Smart Factory
June 2019
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:
Oerlikon, AC-Automation integration completed
May 2018
Oerlikon has acquired Germany-based AC-Automation GmbH & Co KG, an engineering company specialising in large-scale plant automation solutions for textile and packaging industries. The two companies have been partnering since the early 1980s. The integration of AC-Automation in Oerlikon expands the market-leading technology portfolio of its Manmade Fibers Segment. It also marks a milestone in Oerlikon’s ongoing quest to offer innovative, fully automated and digitally networked Industry solutions in the manmade fibre (MMF) industry.
India, a stong market for Oerlikon: Customers Meet
March 2018
“The manmade fibre (MMF) market has recovered in the last three months from the two impacts of demonetisation and GST,” said Andre Wissenberg, Vice President, Head of Marketing, Corporate Communications and Public Affairs, Oerlikon, while speaking on the challenges for the manmade fibre industry in a global environment.
Oerlikon MMF service station in Vadodara
March 2017
Georg Stausberg, CEO of the Oerlikon Manmade fibres segment, recently inaugurated the company’s new service station in Vadodara, India
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