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Knitting Trade Journal e-bulletin 10.02.12 Print
Friday, 10 February 2012

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Italy cautious despite strong 2011
Despite an increase in production rates for 2011, the forecast for Italian textile machinery manufacturers remains cautious for the rest of 2012, with many still waiting for verbal orders received at ITMA to be officially finalised.

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Johnstons of Elgin outlines expansion plans
Johnstons of Elgin has announced fresh investment plans which include the installation of new knitting machines and the construction of a new visitors centre and retail outlet at its Hawick site.

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New monitoring system for knitting mills
Knitting mills can now benefit from a brand new monitoring system which can help calculate how much fabric per style is required, when production is low and why, and even help find waste and reduce it,

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India welcomes new elastane plant
India?s knitting and hosiery industries have welcomed the start-up at new elastane production plant in the country.

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FIMAST exhibition to highlight latest hosiery technology
The full spectrum of machinery and other equipment for the hosiery and finishing industries will be on display at the second edition of the FIMAST exhibition in Brescia, Italy later this year.

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