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Knitting Trade Journal e-bulletin 02.03.11 Print
Wednesday, 02 March 2011

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ACIMIT cautious despite machinery sales boost
The Italian textile machinery sector has received a welcome boost with the latest statistics for 2010 showing an increase in overall production, fuelled by growth in demand from both domestic and export markets.

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Encouraging success: Santoni Seamless in casual and athletic sportswear
Santoni?s Patrick Silva discusses the increasing role that seamless knitting is playing in the casual and athletic sportswear sectors and outlines the company?s latest technological developments geared towards this rapidly growing market.

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Invista begins work on delayed plant
Invista has begun work on a previously delayed nylon 6,6 intermediates and polymer plant at Shanghai Chemical Industry Park in China.

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Export growth for German knitting machinery
The latest trading figures for Germany?s knitting machinery sector show a significant increase in terms of both production and exports.

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Interview: Andreas von Bismarck
Knitting Trade Journal talks to Andreas von Bismarck, Managing Partner at circular knitting machine builder Terrot about the company?s performance over the last year and its plans for 2011.


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