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High-tech + Reliability, Swiss textile machinery makers' forte
What has textile technology got to do with aircraft manufacture? In fact, quite a few Swiss textile machinery companies would be able to answer that question, as aerospace is just one of the high-profile ´ and extremely demanding ´ business segments in which their products play a key role.
Van De Wiele, Superba join forces
The Belgian consortium Van de Wiele signed an agreement to purchase the French company Superba and the US company American Superba. The agreement took place on May 27, 2015.
New driving force for nonwovens industry
The nonwovens industry in India is still at an early stage of development, although some well-known companies have invested in nonwovens. The CoE aims at advancing the development of the industry in nonwovens. For this reason, institute management decided two years ago to invest in a complete needling line.
SUMA SL 288 for double width weaving
SUMA SL 288 is a CPM (electronic jacquard) designed for double width weaving machines. Electronic control system in this CPM has been designed on the latest micro processor based technology. It has four vertical heads containing 72 hooks in each head for making patterns on selvedges.
SSM-Heberlein hold symposium in Korea
SSM and Heberlein held a symposium in Daegu City, Korea on March 25, 2015. Over 70 delegates from the industry joined the event. The symposium stands under the theme of ´SSM GIUDICI state of the art in texturing, and HEBERLEIN new developments in air interlacing & air texturing´.
Slub yarn galore thanks to SKAAT
The term ´SLUB´ is described as ´Thick Place´ in a yarn. In slub yarn, ´slubs´ are deliberately created to produce a desired pattern in the yarn. By altering the slub yarn parameters such as slub diameter, slub length and yarn length or slub interval, one can produce more varieties of slub yarn with different styles.
The two global Swiss giants in the textile machinery´Oerlikon & Rieter ´achieved a double-digit growth in 2014. The Oerlikon Group sustained its strong operational performance and reported a sales increase by 16.1 per cent to CHF 3,215 million, driven by organic and inorganic growth.
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