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American firm Curt G. Joa introduces ESC-8 technology

21st Oct 2021

Curt G. Joa, Inc has introduced its new, patent-pending ESC-8 technology, the latest innovation in product size change flexibility. It increases product and insert combination capabilities, electronic size change capabilities, and speed. The technology can be integrated into existing machines, regardless of the original manufacturer, with minimal...

Austria’s Andritz to supply fibre preparation systems to Naturheld

13th Oct 2021

Andritz has received orders from Naturheld, to supply two fibre preparation systems for its new production line in Grafenwöhr, Germany. With this project, Naturheld is also entering the insulation material sector. The start-up of the project is scheduled for the second half of 2022. Austria’s Andritz offers systems and services for various industries.

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Germany’s Trutzschler Nonwovens to display new machinery at INDEX 2021

25th Sep 2021

Trutzschler Nonwovens, Trutzschler Card Clothing, and Voith have announced that they are displaying a wide range of machinery for sustainable nonwovens for wipes, hygiene, or medical textiles at INDEX 2021, in booth 2327. INDEX is a world’s leading nonwovens event organized by Edina and Palexpo. The famous exhibition will be held from October 19-22...

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Swiss firm Uster to showcase quality control solutions at Index20

22nd Sep 2021

Switzerland-based Uster Technologies, a leading provider of quality management solutions from fibre to fabric, offers a combined solution for nonwovens quality control that will be on display at the Index20 trade show to be held from October 19-22, 2021 in Geneva, Switzerland. The company will be showcasing its products at Booth 1402 in Hall 1.

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Indian firm Tufropes partners A.Celli for hydroentangled nonwoven line

21st Sep 2021

Tufropes, an Indian global leader for ropes and netting solutions, has partnered A.Celli Nonwovens for supplying strategic technologies for their new patent-pending spunlace line. This greenfield project, the first global industrial-scale line capable of producing five different nonwovens types, will be located in Gujarat, India, according to the...

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Austrian firm Andritz to supply tissue production line to Asia Symbol

21st Sep 2021

International tech Group Andritz has received an order from Asia Symbol (Guangdong) Paper to supply a complete tissue production line – from stock preparation to a double-width tissue machine (TM13), including automation – for energy-efficient production of high-quality grades at its mill in Jiangmen Xinhui, China. Start-up is planned for the end of...

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UK firm Fibre Extrusion Technology further gains in biomedical sector

14th Sep 2021

Fibre Extrusion Technology (FET), a UK-based specialist extrusion equipment exporter for textile, medical and composite sectors, has delivered its ninth meltspinning systems in the biomedical sector since the onset of COVID-19. This confirms FET’s position as a world leader in meltspinning equipment for precursor materials used in medical devices.

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Autefa to supply needle-punching geotextile lines to Bangladesh firm

3rd Sep 2021

Autefa has announced that it is set to supply two complete needle-punching geotextile lines to Confidence Infrastructure, one of the leading engineering solutions providers from Bangladesh. Autefa is a Germany’s solution provider for turn-key nonwovens lines and machines for carded crosslapped needlepunching lines, spunlace lines, and thermobonding...

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Japanese firm Fuji Corporation sales rise to ¥39 bn in Q1

26th Aug 2021

Fuji Corporation, a Japan-based manufacturer of machinery also engaged in producing nonwoven cloth, posted 2.5 per cent sales rise to ¥38.7 billion (Japanese Yen) in first quarter (Q1) of FY21 ended on June 30, 2021, compared to ¥37.8 billion in same period of prior fiscal. Operating profit for the quarter surged 37.5 per cent to ¥8.8 billion (¥6.4...

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