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Morarjee Textiles orders 1st Zinser 72 'made in India'

Mar 01, 2016
Morarjee Textiles orders 1st Zinser 72

Post-ITMA Milan, Saurer Zinser has won an order from Morarjee Textiles for its latest machines, being made in India, and Saurer Schlafhorst has bagged an additional order for nine Autoconer 6 from a Tamil Nadu mill.

The first Zinser 72 machine to be manufactured in the new Zinser plant in India was ordered shortly prior to ITMA 2015 by the traditional Indian textile company, Morarjee Textiles. Production commenced in the plant in Vadodara, in Gujarat, in mid-September. Morarjee Textiles has ordered a fully automated production line from the German textile machinery manufacturer. It comprises seven brand-new ZinserSpeed 5A machines each with 160 spindles in 220 gauge, 22 ZinserImpact 72 machines with 1,824 spindles each and 22 Autoconer 6, type V package winders.

Recognition with the Golden Zinser Spindle: To recognise the first customer of the new plant, Ashok Juneja, Head of Sales & Service (India), and Ralph Knecht, General Manager of Ring spinning, presented the Golden Zinser Spindle to Harsh Piramal, Vice-Chairman, and RK Rewari, Managing Director of Morarjee Textiles.

“We are proud that this Indian textile company, which is steeped in tradition and manufactures to the highest quality standards, has decided in favour of the new Zinser 72 ring spinning machine and the new ZinserSpeed 5A from our Indian manufacturing plant,” says Ralph Knecht of Saurer Zinser.

Renowned for its exquisite quality: The glorious history of Morarjee Textiles dates back to its establishment in 1871. Today the company is a global leader in the production of very fine cotton fabrics. It spins over 1,000 tonnes of high-grade cotton yarn annually in counts ranging from Ne 70s to Ne 2/200s. All of this yarn is processed in the company to create high-quality fabrics and fashion garments for customers that include exclusive fashion houses in Europe and the US.

“We operate in premium segments and are renowned among our customers for exquisite quality,” explains Harsh Piramal of Morarjee Textiles. “When making an investment we consider very carefully what is best for our clients. Saurer Zinser creates quantifiable added value for us and our customers.” All the machines ordered have Saurer’s E3 label denoting triple added value in the energy, economics and ergonomics categories.

The Saurer Group Business Unit Spinning brands – Schlafhorst and Zinser – have been pioneers in the production of staple fibre yarns for over 100 years. Ring spinning specialist Zinser leads the market with the widest range of ring spinning applications. Market and innovation leader Schlafhorst with its Autocoro, BD and Autoconer product brands offers solutions for the entire spinning line right through to the quality package. Thanks to their unique process competence, Schlafhorst & Zinser are the partners of choice for successful textile companies.

With production locations in Germany, India and China as well as an international service and consultancy team, Schlafhorst and Zinser fulfil their mission: to make spinning mills across the globe more efficient, productive and economical.

The Saurer Group is a leading, globally active textile enterprise focusing on machinery and components for yarn processing. Saurer is a company with a long tradition that has always set standards. Saurer encompasses the leading spinning technology brands Schlafhorst and Zinser. The names of Allma and Volkmann are synonymous with superb doubling machines, that of Saurer Jintan denotes expertise in spinning preparation and Saurer Embroidery stands for embroidering competence. The Saurer Components Division brings together the brands of Accotex, Daytex, Fibrevision, Heberlein, Temco and Texparts.

With a turnover of around EUR 1.0 billion and 4,000 employees working in plants in Switzerland, Germany, Turkey, Brazil, Mexico, the USA, China, India and Singapore, the Saurer Group is ideally positioned to service the world’s textile centres.