Warp knitting machine builder Karl Mayer has opened its first production facility in India. Located in Ahmedabad, the new factory will be operated by the German firm?s Indian subsidiary Karl Mayer India Private Ltd.
New Stoll machine for childrenswear and accessories
A versatile needle bed and latching technology that can produce both fully fashion and knit & wear goods makes Stoll?s latest flat knitting machine a strong contender for knitwear manufacturers that wish to operate as flexible a knitting room as possible.
Latvia?s Lauma Fabrics, now one of the largest warp knitted fabric manufacturers in Europe, invested ?2.44 million in new technology in 2013, a spend that helped it to a 16 per cent increase in turnover for 2013.
Transparency and productivity push from Groz Beckert
As is often the case, the Groz Beckert stand at ITMA Asia + CITME was a constant throng of visitors eager to explore the company?s range of textile systems and services which cover a range of sectors from knitting to nonwovens, weaving and sewing.
The global market for cellulose fibres is expected to reach US$29,611.1 million by 2020, according to a new study which also shows that at current rates, Austria?s Lenzing continues to dominate the sector with a 17.5 per cent market share.