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Jose Geraldes is new MD of Suessen
José Geraldes was appointed Managing Director by the Board of Directors of Spindelfabrik Suessen GmbH, Germany, with effect from July 1, 2016. With José Geraldes SUESSEN was able to engage a very experienced expert in the field of textile machinery. Working for Bosch in Stuttgart, his places of employment were in Homburg/Saar and in Brazil, where he was in charge for hydraulics/pneumatics and diesel fuel injection systems. After having returned to Stuttgart, he was active in the business domain new products in the sector of diesel injection pumps.
Suessen | Firm German roots & global reach
Suessen was founded in 1920 in the South German village of Suessen, from where it took its name. From its inception Suessen concerned itself with textile components and systems. Spindles were followed by top weighting arms and bottom rollers. In the mid 70s, we got involved in Open End spinning, and it the late 90s, compact spinning followed. In 2002, Suessen was acquired by the well-known Swiss company Rieter.
Suessen exhibits latest products at 3 shows
Suessen exhibited its latest products at Igatex 2016 in Lahore, Saigontex 2016 at Vietnam; IndoInterTex 2016 at Jakarta. Suessen at the recently held Igatex 2016 in Lahore showcased the following products: In ring spinning, EliTe CompactSet Advanced with new components: as EliTop Advanced with EliSpring and HP-GX 3010RPT Top Weighting Arm – replacement of pneumatic top arm. In open-end ring spinning, the following products were showcased: PS7 TwinDisc and TwistTrap Navel.
Suessen adds new features
Spindelfabrik Suessen, which was originally founded 1920, offers innovative spinning systems enabling the production of high quality yarn. Suessen will introduce several innovative solutions at ITMA in Milan.
The highlight will be the EliTe®CompactSet Advanced ´ a compact spinning system with various new features.
Bräcker, Graf, Novibra & Suessen present latest spinning rings
Bräcker, Graf, Novibra and Suessen presented in Shanghai their newly developed Premium Components. Bräcker presented the latest two new spinning rings redORBIT und OPAL®. The redORBIT and the OPAL® rings are the answers to the demands of today?s fast paced spinning industry, where the spinning mills have to work with very tight cost control, whilst adapting quickly to the ever faster changing markets.
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.
Texfair 2015: 'Textiledom' in South gets a boost
Coimbatore district, known as the textile hub of Tamil Nadu or is called as the ´Manchester of South India´, has over 900 textile mills, 7 million spindles, 1 lakh rotors, 2 lakh powerlooms, 99,000 automatic shuttle looms, 59,000 plain looms, 39,000 semi-automatic looms, and over 70 per cent of machinery, spares & accessories, rotors, etc.