Rieter presented technologies in the physical and virtual booth that ensure customersâ€™ competitiveness covering automation, fiber yield, energy cost, productivity, flexibility, and intelligence at ITMA Asia + CITME 2021.
presented technologies in the physical and virtual booth that ensure customersâ€™
competitiveness covering automation, fiber yield, energy cost, productivity,
flexibility, and intelligence at ITMA Asia + CITME 2021.
technology solutions met with positive response as they ensure competitiveness
even in tough market environments. The new comber E 90 tops the list,
by the new card C 80, the ring spinning system G 38 with the
automation solution ROBOspin, the compacting devices as well as the rotor
spinning machines R 70
and R 37 with ROBOdoff.
two new functionalities in Rieterâ€™s Digital Spinning Suite ESSENTIAL were
presented which help customers run their spinning mill more competitively.
Customers showed great demand for the new SSM NEO-YW precision winder
which boosts efficiency and sustainability.
Also, the new
cylinder wire P-1940S and the flexible flat resist-O-top C-60 from Graf enjoyed
great popularity as well as MULTISHARP, the unique wear-resistant alloy for
cylinder card clothing. The same applies to the ring/traveller
system redORBIT from BrÃ¤cker which is designed for spinning at top speeds.
The launch of
Rieterâ€™s first-ever virtual booth drew hundreds of visitors and proved
to be an invaluable tool for customer interaction around the globe as long as
travel remains challenging due to the pandemic.
In the last
observed a boom in the textile machinery market due to a catch-up effect: two
years of very low investments coupled with the disruption of the textile value
chain during the 2020 pandemic. Besides this, the pandemic accelerated industry
trends like automation, flexibility, and intelligence. Rieter recorded good
order intake from Chinese customers and offers the technologies of choice that
keep spinning mills competitive in challenging business environments.
Source: Rieter Press