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As if it has been in the past, textile sector maintains its importance today for all countries both developed and developing countries and also it will save it in the future. The “novelty” is needed for today’s market conditions in which a diverse range of has been raised, competition is created and the borders have been removed. The firms may go on their progress by finding new markets or releasing new products to the existing market. One of these methods is the strategy of marketing and distributional channels. The fairs which are the one of the most important marketing activities of textile sector, are a trading point in which customers and products meet. From now on the fairs have become today’s modern market place. The fairs have been arranged to meet the customers and tradesmen in the same place, 11thInternational Thread Fair, arranged at the same time with TexpoEurasia 2014 Fair at TÜYAP, with the support of TEMSAD by the participation of 552 firms and company representatives from 36 countries. Especially socks, knitting, printing and digital printing Machines have got attention. The participants of the fair have said that they have got satisfaction with the visitors and got great business connections even if some troubles have occured because of the fair arrangement before the election.


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Ohmatex, a smart textile technology company, has developed several different tools to encapsulate standard connectors to make them especially wellsuited for integration with textile materials. The most recent addition is a washable connector which was designed in such a way that it can be attached to a textile or thin conductive material. The connector consists of a male and female part which snap together to make a strong electrical connection. Both male and female parts are fully washable, although the male part may be removed prior to washing if necessary. The connector has no mechanical moving parts and can be fixed to a thin fabric or conductive material with minimal physical stress. It has built-in strain relief and can have customized PCBs integrated in the male part to create general programmability. The company is looking forward to supplying the connector and enhancing the washability and robustness of connection in smart garments for sports, fashion, medical and military application. Kaynakรงa/Source: 1. http://www.innovationintextiles.com 2. http://www.ohmatex.dk


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Turkey, the prime of Europe in textile sector, is progressing in the textile machines exportation field each passing day. At the present time, Turkey is at the 18thplace among the countries which has manufactured world’s textile machines. Textile sector has quite important place in Turkish economy, so the way of getting stronger in textile sector is associated with manufacturing the country’s self machines and meeting self demands. At the same time, to enhance the exportation of Turkish textile machines and also to provide employment, the firms which operate in textile sector, should share their products and quality with the world by attending to the both domestic and international fairs. If we compare importation with exportation, importation is further. To improve this rate for our country, textile machine sector should manufacture to the world with high quality target by doing much


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more working than those done until now. Working should be accelerated to extendal so the markets, for which the sector has already worked. The way of increasing exportation is manufacturing value added products. To be able to compete with the world, It needs to concentrate on r&d activities. We can see that Turkish machine manufacturers have started to take a place in global competitive environment actively by all ocating resource for r&d activities and technological investments. Turkey can reach to the targeted export figure of 100 billion Usd in machine manufacturing sector at the year of 2023 by resolving the background problems quickly. The textile machine exportation comprises 2 %

of Turkish machine exportation. At the year of 2023, the textile machine exportation will reach to nearly 2 billion Usd, increasingly around 20 % rise for each year, so targeted total machine exportation of 100 billion Usd and also general exportation target of 500 billion will occur. Due to the features of Turkish firms as product development, elasticity of production, after sale importance, development on engineering; exportation will increase and also the opportunities for new markets will occur. Associated exporten couragement should be taken for the machines, which are not manufactured in our country and imported from abroad. And also protection measures should be taken for importation.

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“International R&D Project Market in the Turkish Textile and Ready-Made Sector” organized by the Uludag Textile Exporters Union (UTEU) and supported by the Ministry of Economy, the Turkish Exporters Assembly (TEA), the Bursa Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) and the Bursa Eskisehir Bilecik Development Agency (BEBDA) opened its doors in Bursa for the 6th time with 248 different projects which come from all quarters of the world and which are considered as

“International R&D Project Market in the Turkish Textile and Ready-Made Sector” organized by the Uludag Textile Exporters Union (UTEU), opened its doors for the 6th time with 248 different technical textile projects which come from all quarters of the world.


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valuable for exhibition. Technical and functional textiles exhibited in the project market were classified as Vehicle Textiles, Home Technical Textiles, Construction Textiles, Protective and Military Textiles and Functional Dressing Textiles. Burkay who gave a speech in the opening ceremony underlined that they served as a model for all sectors with the project market started by them 6 years ago. Burkay who emphasized that one can climb to the higher league by research and development of the innovative products with high value added said that “We cannot

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Texpo Eurasia 2014, organized by T端yap Fair and supported by TEMSAD (Textile Machinery and Accessories Industry Association), including the 31st Textile, Weaving, Knitting, Socks Machinery, Ancillary Industry and Chemicals Fair and the simultaneously held the 11th International Istanbul Yarn Fair, is being participated by 552 companies and company rep-


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resentatives from 36 countries, and is being held on 26 March in Tüyap Fair and Congress Centre. Texpo Eurasia 2014 is the largest meeting point and trade platform for new opportunities for Turkey and Eurasia Region’s textile industry. The latest developments, ancillary industry and textile chemicals in the weaving, yarn, knitting and

socks manufacturing technologies & machinery will be exhibited in this most important trade expertise fair to enable new investments. Texpo Eurasia 2014 held between 26-29 March, enabling the textile industry to get together, participated by the leaders and purchasing representatives of the leading textile companies from all over

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the world. The latest energy efficient technology which minimizes waste and product loss will be presented to the industry professionals. We are hosting for the world’s biggest Yarn Fair The 11th International Istanbul Yarn fair has managed to become the world’s largest

and most comprehensive yarn fair. Istanbul Yarn Fair, as the most important trade meeting point for the international yarn industry, has become a platform in which the participants and visitors from all over the world get together for sales and marketing hence giving direction for the global yarn trade. This year’s


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fair participated by Turkey’s most important yarn manufacturer companies, as well as international companies that manufacture and trade yarn. Turkey’s yarn industry, top in Europe and third in the world, maintains its current export status by Istanbul Yarn Fair, as well as providing the opportunity to reach new markets and distribution channels. The fairs are awaited by the textile professionals in Turkey and different regions in the world in curiosity. As a result of the domestic and international market studies carried out throughout the year, they held in Belarus, Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Georgia, Croatia, India, Iran, Iraq, Egypt, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Russia, Serbia and Greece with the participation of various purchasing committees and textile federations. In addition, many purchasing groups from various domestic textile regions, mainly from Denizli, Bursa, Çorlu, Çerkezköy, Adana, Gaziantep, and the 11th International Istanbul Yarn Fairs, which exhibit the latest products and developments of the leading textile machinery and yarn industry companies, hosting many textile professionals coming from different geographies all around the world.


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The fourth combined ITMA ASIA + CITME exhibition is gearing up for another mega showcase in Shanghai, China. To be held from 16 to 20 June 2014 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre, the show will gross 152,200 square metres in 13 halls, 15 per cent larger than the last edition in 2012. To-date, the event has attracted the participation of 1,351 textile machinery manufacturers from 27 countries and regions. Taking up the largest exhibition area are Chinese exhibitors, booking slightly over 66 per cent. Euro-

pean manufacturers, taking over 22 per cent of the total exhibition space, are the next biggest contingent. Mr Charles Beauduin, President of CEMATEX, said: “Textile machinery manufacturers are still buoyant about the Asian market, particularly China. Investments in cost-effective technology to help the textile and garment industry stay ahead of the competition are still strong. As such, our combined show will continue to be the unrivalled marketing platform for textile machinery manufacturers tapping into


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the vibrant China market.” Mr Wang Shutian, President of China Textile Machinery Association (CTMA), added: “Interest in the combined show remains extremely strong, especially from Chinese textile machinery manufacturers. As China’s textile industry continues its transformation, the demand for advanced machinery and technology is on the rise. This is also reflected in the current uptrend in textile machinery trade.” According to statistics from the General Administration of Customs, China’s exports of textiles and garments amounted to US$26 billion in 2013. This is an increase of 7 per cent over the same period last year. China continues to focus on upgrading technology and skills to reach an international level for textile and other industry sectors, and this is one of the priorities under the government’s 12th Five-Year Plan period (2011-2015). Extensive visitor promotion ITMA ASIA + CITME 2014 is being promoted throughout Asia by means of numerous roadshows and visits to trade associations. Recent roadshows in India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Turkey and Vietnam have drawn very positive responses from the local industries, and delegations and groups of visitors from key textile manufacturing economies have indicated their intention to visit the showcase. In China, an intensive roadshow covering Fujian, Guangdong, Shandong and Zhejiang provinces is currently underway.


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Ertan Textile which prioritizes the environmentalist perception, serves 144 colour stock to its customers, brings in the thread market concept to our country, continues as a leading company in sector. Ertan Textile, which attracts attention with investments and novelty done in its field, has added a new one to its succesfull

customer by winding up the thread in the frictionless setting. Nowadays all the European customers attach particular importance to pilling tests and the demands of compact colour thread increase. By means of these technological machines, better results can be taken from the compact colour thread with real painted hosiery state. In addition, compact threads can be manufactured without pilling and friction. Always the industry-leading Ertan Textile, offers an advantage again. While mak-

splice Machines which are madetests, give result with great success. Thanks to this system, Ertan Textile has provide an advantage to its


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ing whole production with 1,30 kg bobbin in the past, increasing productivity due to 1,80 kg bobbin. If labour cost is fore seen, putting each bobbin is a cost element. However Ertan Textile has enlarged the size of bobin and made each bobin coiled up consecutively; labour cost has declined and manufactured product has been fore seen. Manufacturers have been affected in positively as a result of decreased consumption of bobbins and bags. FROM NOW ON THE LOTS ARE 1500-1800 KG Without colour difference, 1500-1800 kg colours can be manufactured at one lot. Thus, productivity and continuity have been increasing. All the made investors for fast increasing Turkish exportation. The whole production is received for the exporters by Ertan Textile, directs its manufacturing according to the demands of the foreign buying office. This paves the way of our exporters. Always the industry-leading Ertan Textile has fore seen the demands will be in this direction. Ertan Textile has expanded its daily capasity to 22 ton by moving into 13 000m2 closed field with its 4 000m2 plant built 8 months ago.

ERTAN TEXTILE HAS ENLARGED ITS CLOSED FIELD With completed plant in recent months, The firm which has enlarged its closed plant area to 13 000m2 , has set up appropriate platform for all criterions by enlarging works pace. With developed color chart, Ertan Textile has got a confirmation of all the buying office in Europe and America and given information about the plans for the upcoming period. NEW INVESTMENTS COMING UP Ertan Textile has managed to sell its products several months ago and prepared orders, aims to invest for more technological threads in 2015. The firm has got the planning permission for a new investment thesis and focused on r&d activities to be possible manufacturing in Turkey the threads; which aren’t manufactured in Turkey until today and become compulsory of the importation. One of the company partner Yusuf Kohen who has graduated from the Chemistry department ties. The goal is to register Turkey as a production center of the world marks. Due to proximity to Europe, Ertan Textile has achieved raising the export rate of raw materials three times.


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One of the leading fabric producers of Turkey with the facilities installed on the 30000 m2 area in ร‡erkezkรถy Organize Sanayi Bรถlgesi. Directed by Chairman of The Board Natan Yakuppur is following a corporate roadmap with the Professional staff since its foundation although increasing continuously the installed capacity usage area in parallel with the revival of the incal advancements since 2004 when it is founded, and it is keeping on the updates every year. Accelerating his success with these advancements, the company is far from ordinaries. It is one of the leading fabric suppliers preferred by the well known apparel companies setting


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trends in fashion brands. Increasing the import and export capacities with the successful sales and marketing strategies that are applied for contributions on Turkish economy with its perforhighlighting the facts that they were approaching their customers with quality and they were producing the products keeping environment and human health in the foreground. GLOBAL PLAYER IN FABRIC Being one of the most important fabric producers in Turkey, the company, is following closely the global markets which are participated by the textile professionals, by attending fairs both as participant and visitor. Emphasizing the fact that, growing in European Fast Fashion market is among the targets, Yakuppur states that their objectives are at high levels. 2014-2015 Spring –Summer collection, prepared by the experience and interpretition of Italian Designer

Dario Arduini that brings comprehensive and innovative approach to R&D activities, met with the followers in Premier Vision, Paris Fair. Having a diverse portfolio involving the coated fabrics from poliester, viscoze, cotton, linens, tencel, the company comes forward with theme of “NATURE� this season. The completion of luxury handle with soft colors from the natural and noble spirit and the meeting of check and stripes with the flamboyant earth colors explored underground puts forward the secrets of modern design. Stating that they relish the meetings with ers live the right honor of not wasting effort. They say that the stability they caught is keeping on with improvements. The company is concentrating on the requirements of various brands that renew themselves continuously such as Miroglia, Ann Taylor, ElieTahari, Zara, Benetton, Marks&Spencer, H&M in foreign markets


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Global Textile Technology & Engineering Show 2015- Focus Asia, an exclusive show for highlighting strengths of Asian Textile Engineering Industry is being organized by India ITME Society, a 34 year old veteran organization in Textile Machinery Exhibitions. This special business event is being held from 20th -22nd Jan 2015 at Bombay Exhibition Centre. The objective of this special series event is not only to showcase technology/machinery but also to address the needs of quality, variety, allied services, access to regional markets and clientele, especially for small medium enterprises.

mand for high-quality, high degree of automation and energy-saving equipment is growing. Now the region is on the verge of entering a new phase with Intra-Asia trade predicted to double to explosive US$350 BY 2025, making it most attractive market block for exporting nations. Global apparel market is expected to cross US$2 Trillion mark. 70 % of world fiber processing takes place in Asia. China, India and Pakistan account for 60% of world fiber consumption. Bangladesh and Vietnam are also emerging as competing textile economies. The scope and opportunity in Indian market is unfathomable with only a small portion of the potential tapped till now. Worldrenowned manufacturers of textile machinery such as Germany Truetzschler, Suessen, Switzerland Rieter, Italy Savio, Japan Toyota, etc., has strong presence in India, indicating a strong buyers market and long term opportunity. Emerging Retail Industry and Malls provide huge opportunities for the Apparel, Handicraft and other segments of the industry in India. Combined size of Chinese & Indian Apparel market will become

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Building materials that render our home warm, quiet and cosy; acoustically efficient absorbers in the automobile that dampen driving noise and ensure a pleasant trip; hygiene products that help us feel secure and comfortable in any situation; wipes that help quickly remove little mishaps – nonwovens are in use all around, making our life easier and more pleasant. At the 2014 INDEX, Bavarian nonwoven maker Sandler invites you to experience the fascination with nonwovens for yourself. Apart from hygiene products, the company also puts a focus on nonwovens for technical applications in its trade fair presentation.

Model home with a garden A modern, light-filled house, clear lines, an elegant minimalist design, a terrace fitted with lounge furniture and a large garden: A description of your dream home? Well, in any case this is Sandler’s new booth at the INDEX. Have a seat and experience the fascination with nonwovens first hand. Inside the house, nonwoven insulation materials on walls and ceiling create a comfortable indoor climate and provide quiet rooms for productive talks despite the hustle and bustle of the trade fair. A patchwork picture made of different nonwoven qualities, equipped with print and


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embossed motifs, showcase acoustic efficiency combined with a host of design opportunities. Have a first glimpse into the world of Sandler nonwovens with our new image trailer screened in the showroom or plan the implementation of the next innovation in nonwovens in our meeting room. Nonwoven wall paper for exterior application commends itself as a textile alternative for renovation and

Sandler nonwovens for hygiene products Nonwovens in hygiene articles are our daily companions. They lend support to little explorers and further an active lifestyle through discrete protection. Thus, softness providing for a high level of comfort and reliable performance ensuring confidence in use are the paramount objectives in product development. In this respect, the latest Sandler innovations for hygiene products leave nothing to be desired: New materials for topsheet applications provide increased comfort in feminine hygiene with a silky touch. A special combination of fibre blend and manufacturing technology makes these nonwovens even smoother-silk

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touch for softness, a high level of comfort in use and a recognisable “nothing there” feeling. After all, there is so much more to think of than hygiene products. In all applications, nonwoven distribution layers providing excellent fluid management are becoming a talking point: They reliably absorb fluid and quickly transport it to the absorbent core. Reliable protection allowing us to simply enjoy whatever the day may bring, no matter whether we are using a product ourselves or are able to get a good night’s sleep knowing the baby diaper keeps our child dry and comfortable as well. In baby diapers and incontinence products extensible sawabond ® and sawasoft ® nonwovens as well as elastic sawaflex ® composites create room to move. In diaper ears and other closure systems these air-permeable nonwovens combine a textile feel and facilitate optimum fit. With these nonwovens hygiene products adapt to any situation whether your child is learning to walk or you are trying a new type of sport. From design to sustainability Sandler wipe substrates are the friend in need from baby care to industrial cleaning: They


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vens. Freudenberg and its long-standing knowhow have been instrumental in bringing about the transition to functional nonwovens as the base material for wound care. The company is not only presenting the latest developments in traditional wound care at INDEX 2014, but is also showcasing numerous innovations in the field of advanced wound care, where the wound environment must be kept moist. That is why Freudenberg primarily uses highly-absorbent fibers. The material adapts perfectly to fit the wound bed – which makes life much easier for chronic wound sufferers in particular. One major innovation is the use of chitosan fibers.


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feminine care and adult incontinence applications. These nonwovens have excellent wear comfort thanks to the cotton-like structure. Special solutions such as eco-friendly ADLs complete the product portfolio for the hygiene segment. Developing extremely light materials is a predominant trend throughout industry in general: Freudenberg has developed an ultra-light product variant of Evolon ® with a 3D structure, a material with an extremely soft touch and high volume that also has the cleaning efficiency of a microfilament cloth. The general-purpose microfilament can be used for both wet and dry applications: In industry for the surface treatment of cars, for example, or in professional cleaning, as well as in the consumer sector, for instance as LCD wet wipes or for cosmetic wipes. Evolon ® has an ultraviolet protection factor of 80. This is the maximum ultraviolet protection factor pursuant to the latest UV Standard 801 – and therefore makes the nonwoven an interesting option for textile manufacturers as well as the makers of sunshades, awnings, etc. Visitors to Stand 2127 can see for themselves just how effective Evolon is as a printing medium.

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Nonwovens technology for a rapidly growing market Oerlikon Neumag offers the complete process from polymer chips up to roll goods for the production of substrate for bitumen roofing membranes, sarking membranes and also geotextiles. The one-step spunbond technology convinces with a combination of effectiveness and productivity, thus lowering production costs by up to 20%. More than 3 million tons of technical nonwovens were produced last year and the demand is still increasing, especially in emerging countries. Thinner, lighter, efficient materials, as produced with the spunbond technology, now specify the trend. Meltblown technology stand-alone or as an upgrade solution The Oerlikon Neumag meltblown technology enables the cost-efficient production of high-quality meltblown and SMS (spunbondmeltblown-spunbond) products. Stand-alone mono and bico meltblown plants produce nonwovens for a variety of filtration, insulation and sorbent applications. The meltblown technology is applied for a multitude of medical and hygiene products as “Plug & Product” installations in already existing and in new exter-


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by the Zorlu Textiles Group’s CEO Vedat Aydin and Durst’s CEO Christoph Gamper, at the Frankfurt trade fair “Heimtextil 2014” last January. Extensive testing at the Durst production site in Brixen in February, was followed by a successful machine acceptance. In April, the Kappa 320 will begin production at the Zorlu production site in Turkey, where it will comple-

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ment two existing Reggiani printer systems. “After a tough start in the Turkish textile market in 2011, we reviewed many details and focused our energy on the development of the Kappa 320, while at the same time modifying the Kappa 180 V2”, says Christoph Gamper, CEO of Durst Phototechnik AG. “We are thrilled, that we were able


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Bräcker OPAL® Spinning-Rings The Bräcker OPAL® ring is the answer to the demands of today’s fast paced spinning industry, where the spinning mills have to work with very tight cost control, whilst adapting quickly to the ever faster changing markets. The Bräcker OPAL® they are custom-designed and suitable exclu-

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performance ratio thanks to optimal material combinations. The redORBIT is Bräcker‘s answer to the Chinese market‘s requirement for a ring offering low hairiness combined with attractive IPI values at elevated operating speeds.

signed for a lifetime of about 5 years. In combination with Bräcker travellers, it produces yarn qualities which customers are used to achieve only with well-known European quality rings.


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Santex is primarily involved with the finishing of knit fabrics. However, every stage from spinning, knitting to dyeing, affects the behaviour of the fabric and determines the fabrics characteristics and how the finishing machines need setting in order to achieve the best results. Reference to best results not only refers to fabric quality but also optimization of machine usage and minimising of costs especially energy costs. Following on from the successful Santex Enairsave heat recovery system, Santex have further developed the area of energy saving with the new ESC (energy saving cham-

ber). From the outside the Santex ESC chamber looks just like a standard Santashrink heating chamber, but internally the air is handled in a completely new way. The Santex ESC is a chamber which can be added in front of an existing Santashrink Standard dryer. What is the difference between Santex Enairsave and Santex ESC? Whereas Enairsave is mainly used on Santashrink Jumbo or Super Jumbo dryer and is focused solely on saving energy, Santex ESC is also designed to increase productivity.


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The global leader in the development, design, manufacturing and service of technologically advanced, highly engineered textile finishing and tire cord solutions serving the global textile, chemical fibre, tire and conveyor belt manufacturing markets, Benninger will exhibit a TRIKOFLEX drum washer and a BenningerK端stersDyePad Basic, one of the key components of its customized continuous processing solutions at ITMA ASIA. Supplying tailored process solutions with innovative and reliable

products as well as comprehensive textile process technology know-how, Benninger always works closely and in collaboration with textile customers.The textile applications of their customers dictate how they think. With their many years of experience and sound textile competence, Benninger creates long-term added value for its customers. Benninger is able to make use of the extensive experience gained from a large number of reference installations for the individual application pro-


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application. Washing on Benninger’s high efficiency TRIKOFLEX drum washer with mechanically assisted front and back washing reduces the water consumption by more than 40 percent in comparison to conventional washers. At the same time the energy required to heat up the washing water is reduced. Additionally Benninger’sTrikoflex has been specifically developed for tension sensitive textiles. Reliable, reproducible dyeing results The DyePad Basic has been especially designed to suit the needs of the Asian markets, and focuses on easy handling. Two swimming rollers ensure a maximum deflection potential and allow dyeing of knit and woven fabrics without any restrictions. This is the reason why the DyePad has a market share that exceeds 80 percent if CPB dyeing is applied. With the CPB dyeing process the reactive dye is fixed at room temperature. With controlled dyeing conditions plus the latest developments in the dye itself, this modern CPB dyeing system can be used on cellulose fibers for woven fabrics as well as knitwear anywhere in the world without any restrictions.


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up and holding a product. “Ultimately, touching the fabric can reveal a lot about quality,” says Gabriela Peters, Product Manager Yarn Testing at Uster Technologies AG. “A good quality fabric should feel right to the touch – tight, but not too stiff, soft but not weak. The majority of defects can be traced back to the yarn, so that’s where we should focus, to eradicate problems such as neps and uneven-looking fabric.” The ‘right’ look and feel Designers working for the top global apparel brands focus on styling, color and fashion – but they also have a clear concept of how they


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Essential testing, then and now... Uster Technologies produced its first evenness tester in 1948, in response to a request from local spinners. The quality parameter established then, and used ever since to quantify evenness, is the wellknown USTER value, also known today as coefficient of mass (CVm). Expressed as a percentage, this value shows the degree of variation in the unevenness of a yarn. The higher the value, the greater the variation. In the examples seen here, where two yarns differ by as little as 2.6% in USTER values, this evenness variation results in a marked difference in fabric appearance. The yarn with the lower value (CVm = 12.6%, Fig. 1) shows an even appearance, while the yarn with the higher CVm value of 15.2% (Fig. 2) displays a cloudy effect in knitted fabric. Even 60 years ago, the business challenges of customer satisfaction and profitability were the same as today, so the ability to measure unevenness properly has always been a major advantage for spinners, as these examples illustrate. By meeting these fundamental needs, USTER® TESTER 5 has become the core instrument in the textile lab – right at the heart of quality control for every mill. Says Gabriela Peters: “Results from USTER® TESTER 5 are now regarded


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Rieter recorded a pleasing trend in business in the 2013 financial year. The improvement in its market position enabled the company to post significant growth in all key figures – order intake, sales, EBIT and net profit – compared with the previous year. New orders of 1 259.4 million CHF were 50% higher. Rieter generated net profits of 37.4 million CHF in 2013, equivalent to 3.6% of sales. This figure is 46% higher than the previous year’s outcome. The Board of Directors will propose that a dividend of 3.50 CHF be paid for the 2013 financial year out of the reserve from capital contributions. The investment program initiated for the years 2012 and 2013 in order to generate further growth was largely completed at year-end. It was already having a positive impact on the trend of business. After a subdued start to the year, the market for short-staple fiber machinery and


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ly in the second six months, but still remained above the long-term average. This trend was especially evident in Turkey, where demand had been particularly strong with the support of government development schemes. Rieter booked substantial new orders in China, especially in the first six months, due to the further expansion of its local presence. However, investments by Chinese spinning mills waned toward year-end due to large raw material inventories and growing difficulties with financing investment projects. Healthy demand for Rieter products nevertheless continued throughout the year in a number of Asian countries, such as Pakistan, Uzbekistan, South Korea, Bangladesh, Indonesia and Vietnam. Spinning mills in the US are renewing capacity as the industry benefits from a competitive cost structure. Orders received in India rose in the second half, albeit still at a modest level. Rieter posted an increase in order intake at both Business Groups, with the striking momentum in the first six months being attributable especially to orders for integrated systems from Spun Yarn Systems. Spun Yarn Systems Business Group The Spun Yarn Systems Business Group (machinery business) posted order intake of 1 084.3 million CHF, an increase of 56 % compared to 2012. The strongest growth was recorded in Turkey and the US, followed by other Asian countries such as


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was recorded in China, where Premium Textile Components had reinforced its local presence. The business group did good business both with spinning mills and with local textile machinery manufacturers. Orders placed in Turkey continued their positive trend. In India, Premium Textile Components maintained the level of order intake compared with the previous year despite the steep devaluation of the Indian rupee. Demand from other Asian countries was slightly


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Asia and a number of innovations & applications for their well-known product range, SSM will exhibit a total of six machines. Machines for

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The SSM TK2-20 CT/KT will be exhibited for Sewing Thread Finish Winding. It sets new market standards in combining the established performance of the well-known THREAD KING series with the functionality and operational comfort of modern control and drive technology. The TK220 stands for first-class unwinding properties and fulfills the highest yarn processing requirements. With the presentation of another two brandnew SSM textile machines, the showed product range will be completed. More details of SSM latest developments will be provided during the exhibition in Shanghai. Besides of the presented applications SSM does provide machines for Air Covering, Draw Winding, Assembly Winding, Yarn Singeing and Parallel Winding. As the market leader in these fields, SSM enjoys an excellent reputation. Furthermore SSM maintains a worldwide service network that ensures the training of their customer’s staff and the maximum return on customer’s investments.


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Stäubli will be showing a selection of its most modern products from its extensive range of textile machinery at ITMA Asia 2014. This includes cam motions, dobbies, and electronic Jacquard machines with harnesses as well as weaving preparation systems with automatic warp drawing in, leasing, and warp-tying machines. At the same booth Group member Schönherr is presenting exclusive carpet samples from its latest collection, some with the recently developed “Magic Weft Effect 3” and others with the“Magic Shadow Effect”, produced on ALPHA 400 and 500 carpet-weaving machines. Additionally, at booth C11 in Hall E5 Group member DEIMO will exhibit state-of-the-art electronic drives and control solutions mainly for textile machines.

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upholstery fabric on a 180 cm wide rapier weaving machine. The third installation consists of a rapier weaving machine and a type SX Jacquard machine with a Stäubli harness of 13,450 cords producing 220 cm wide car seat fabric. And the fourth is a type SX electronic Jacquard machine with 2,688 hooks and Stäubli harness of 6,000 cords weaving car seat fabric 190 cm in width on an air-jet weaving machine operating at approximately 1,000 weft insertions per minute. As usual, the Stäubli booth is constructed with two storeys. From the upper level, visitors can have a detailed look at the Jacquard units in operation with these four machines. At a special demonstration stand the full range of Stäubli harness types will be shown with a type DX Jacquard machine including harness for any standard application. At another demonstration stand the LX32

type Jacquard machine for weaving narrow fabrics such as ribbons and labels will be shown with 192 hooks and harness with 4 repeats. Dobbies and cam motions The third generation of Stäubli’s rotary dobbies, the S3060/3260 series, is to be seen with many application examples at the Stäubli stand and at those of many weaving machine manufacturers. This new generation of rotary dobbies reaches new heights of performance and reliability. To complete the picture of Stäubli shedding systems, the refined positive cam motion type 1681 and the universal positive rotary dobby type 2658 are being demonstrated at the booth. Weaving preparation systems The mobile automatic drawing-in machine SAFIR S30, already a dependable workhorse in many filament mills in China and the Far East, can be seen in operation at the Stäubli booth. The warp-tying process will be demonstrated with two warp-tying machines: MAGMA for technical and coarser yarn counts and the proven TOPMATIC for standard applications, handling even the finest yarns. The warp leasing process for warps that require a lease for further processing can be seen on the OPAL multilayer leasing machine, which inserts a 1:1 lease in warps with up to 8 layers, including colour detection.


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The most important quality parameter in texturing is the correct yarn tension. Abnormal tension levels and peaks result in dyeing problems. During production many problems can accumulate, which are not easily recognised. Without process tension control, these faults are usually only detected later in the fabric. A tension control offers many options for obtaining a clear overview of production and quality situations at any time. The increased quality demanded for textured yarns, the use of

new materials and of microfilaments, together with an increase in texturing speeds, requires quality controls that are more and more extensive. The quality control procedures, which are sometimes very labour intensive, can be substantially reduced by using on-line process monitoring, e.g. by measuring yarn tension continuously. In the case of Win-OLT, Retech has developed a yarn tension measuring system that continuously monitors yarn tension, records yarn breaks, calculates downtimes


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and provides machine efficiency and quality data. Retech AG originally invented this system in the early 1980’s thereafter distributed in most countries in partnership with TEMCO until 2009. Subsequently Retech AG itself approached the worldwide market very successfully to the satisfaction of the customers. Retech AG provides the OLT sensor itself as a standard product as well as the entire Win-OLT system. The measuring principle of the Retech sensors is based on the Hall effect. A spring with a small magnet is deflected as a result of changes in the yarn tension that occur during process. This causes a different magnetic field in the Hall sensor, which in turn changes the output signal ( 0-10 volt . ) Minimum long –term drift, maintenance free and easily to repair are advantages of this measuring principle and the sensors are in addition to this unaffected by spin finish, yarn residues or snow. After the input of all process parameters and the start of production, WinOLT monitors the yarn tension at every position 50 times per second. If the number of pre-defined faults is exceeded, it will be clearly recorded in the table and indicated both by the sensor LED and a bright alarm indicator located on top of the cabinet. If a machine has been fitted with a quality level yarn-cutting device, WinOLT will then, when requested, cut the yarn for these instances. If there are unknown problems with

machine positions, WinOLT offers a graphical option to find the origin of the fault. The advantages of a continuously controlled tension cannot be dismissed at all.100 % quality control during production is only one aspect. Also waste can be substantially reduced due to the early detection and as a matter of course is the software and the hardware extremely user-friendly with a wide range of facilities for fault detection by application of user defined parameters. The analysis of production data and the recording of yarn tension at all position enables long-term analysis. The evaluations of OLT data can be extended up to 75 doff. In this way faulty positions within each machine become obvious. Trend line for yarn breaks, quality or tension can predict problems that are just developing, and with this means preventive actions can be started in time. The new evaluation program developed by Retech AG at this times, will show more flexibility and will be even more operator friendly. Newly the evaluation of the data can be chosen arbitrary of a time period. More than one day can be selected. In General the analysis will give an overview of efficiency information and shifts. That means that the customer can filter data and compare these data of every shift related to machine efficiency and product quality. The qualities will


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error analysis. The customer will be able to react early and an early pay pack is assured. The Win-OLT system consists of a sensor for various tension ranges ( 0-60 cN, 0-120 cN, 0-240 cN and specialities ), microprocessor with yarn cutters and doffing sub-units and a central control cabinet with computer system and printer together with the Windows based OLTsoftware in various languages. Retech AG is able to provide you an individual solution for different kind of production units. The system fits new machines as well as older types and a good team of engineers will elaborate the perfect solution for the existing machines. Retech AG has the experience in the application of its Win OLT system in many different industrial machines. Not only false twist texturing machines are predestined, also air texturing machines can be equipped, where the small Retech sensor fits perfectly and the online monitoring can be achieved easily. However texturing is not the only use for this system. It is also suitable for monitoring the yarn tension in other textile processes. Examples of this are spinning, winding, covering and draw twisting, among others. Also in the BCF process the Retech sensor can be found and works to the customer’s satisfaction. Quality control in many kinds of textile processes means Win-OLT: The industry standard for high quality and optimised production.


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In the textile industry – in Europe and in many countries around the world – partial contamination on clothes is removed using chlorinated hydrocarbons generally known as spotting solvents. These solvents are applied to the fabric by high-pressure guns, but also a cloth or a brush soaked in solvent may be used. Typically, the fabric is left to dry by natural evaporation.

This method has been considered convenient, simple and fast, but it is also a fact that these solvents pose a severe risk to user health and environment safety. Since the early 90s in Germany, it is forbidden to use chlorinated hydrocarbons for stain removal in open spaces, and throughout Europe the regulation is very stringent. These constraints were absolutely neces-


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sary, but at the same time confronted the textile industry with a problem of how to effectively manage spot removal under these changed conditions. The biggest problem in view of an alternative, gentle cleaner is the insufficient evaporation of the cleaning liquid. An immediate drying of the treated textile is therefore essential to avoid annoying spot marks. The Swiss company Theo KREBS AG, also known under the brand name „KREBS Switzerland“, has early faced the challenge of innovative spot removal systems and respectively found innovative solutions via permanent product development initiatives. Since 30 years KREBS Switzerland is present on the global market for effective stain removal in textile finishing and garment production. Today KREBS offers handy spot cleaning spray guns and larger systems with integrated drying in combination with dedicated solvent liquids. For the development of these systems KREBS worked in close collaboration with the textile manufacturers, chemical industry as well as the re-known Hohenstein Research Institute. The mechanical effect of the pulsating spray jet of the electric hand spray gun or of the larger spotting system, coupled with the KREBS spot removal chemistry, today enable the easy handling of

stain removal. Suitable for every kind of fabric, they allow the best possible cleaning process and are safe for the environment. The use of cleaning equipment is based on two different types of cleaning products: 1. The KREBS Cleaner 580: a solvent hydrocarbon based with a flash point of >61 ° C. (not dangerous for transport) – or 2. The KREBS CV concentrate: a surfactant, which is diluted in water and is heated inside the KREBS machine (gun or system ). This means that you clean with hot detergent solution. What kind of cleaning agent is suitable for which kind of stain and fabric needs to be determined individually. KREBS Cleaner 580: the basic detergent The KREBS Cleaner 580 is a hydrocarbon-based solvent. The solvent, approved according to directives and endorsed by the Hohenstein Research Institute, has excellent dissolving properties for all kinds of oil and fatty stains. Its effectiveness equals that of 1,1,1 trichloroethane. The mechanical impact of the pulsating spray jet and the fast drying system prevents the creation of stain marks. Compared to 1,1,1 trichloroethane this type of stain remover entails less risk of surface damage. It should be noted that hydrocarbons dry slower than halogenated


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hydrocarbons, which is why devices with integrated drying facilities, such as the systems of KREBS, are recommended. Halogenated hydrocarbons such as 1,1,1 trichloroethane are prohibited, because of their ozone depleting effect. KREBS Cleaner 580 it is not dangerous according to ADR / RID and does not contain substances listed in REACH Candidate list. The flash point is >61 째 C, the ignition point > 200 째 C. KREBS CV-concentrate: the high performance detergent Thanks to the fat-dissolving properties of surfactants, virtually all water-based stains can be removed with the KREBS CV detergent Concentrate. Environmentally friendly, odorless, skin friendly and cost efficient are other important features. The agent can be dilut-

ed with tap water in a ratio of 1:100 to 1:50. Transportation, storage and proper handling of the product are uncritical. It is not subject to regulations for solvents. The surface agent and the special detergent booster dissolve the dirt and hold it in abeyance. The stain is then dissolved by the warm detergent solution and removed by the pulsating jet. The liquid is ideal for use with the gun KREBS TEX -4 or the systems KREBS 1000 and KREBS Duo. KREBS K1 bis K4: Special stain remover for persistent stains In addition to the previously described basic agents, KREBS Switzerland offers a variety of special spotting agents (K1 to K4) to solve specific constituents of the most persistent stains. With all four types of spotting agents, it is important to


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apply the liquid in small doses on the stain and then remove it with water or detergent solution. Just a few drops are sufficient to do the job. The K1 is the spot remover for grease and paint stains, especially against persistent oil- based stains, such as machine oil, grease, makeup, lipstick, nail polish, pens and other staining substances. K2 is effective against stains of blood, protein, food residue, fish and meat sauces, milk, ice cream, cream, beer, chocolate, cocoa, sweat, dirt pigment, spot urine and related substances. The agent K3 helps against tannin and tanninlike stains caused by coffee, tea, wine, cola, fruit juice, fruit, liqueurs, tobacco, grass, perfumes, medicines and similar substances. KREBS spot removal liquid K4 is dedicated to rust, verdigris and other metal oxide stains. The environmentally friendly stain remover either hydrocarbon or detergent based are integral part of KREBS system together with the pulsating mechanical action. The synergistic effect of the two allows a safe, fast and efficient removal of all kind of stains, even from sensitive surfaces. The ringless stain removal with KREBS hand spray gun or the larger stain removal systems, thanks to its user friendliness, can be performed also by nonprofessionals without any risk of damaging the materials. It protects the operator‘s health, the

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health of the customer wearing the cleaned garment, and is safer for the environment than the old halogenated solvents. Founded in 1946, KREBS has been a leading producer of quality professional electric spray systems for paint, food materials and textile production stain removal. The distinctive KREBS Switzerland logo is recognized in the world over for its promise of high quality electric spray technology products. Each product is manufactured in Switzerland, using quality components and is tested before leaving the factory thereby ensuring reliability and long life. The textile spot removal KREBS Switzerland also excels in producing fast and economical spot removal solutions for garment and textile producers, with a wide range of electric guns, integrated systems and halogen free cleaning liquids. Customers of KREBS systems include factories producing for brands like Boss, Nike, Olymp, Triumph International, Marccain and Marks & Spencer. KREBS environment friendly systems enable stains like sewing machine oil, caused during garment production, to be removed safely thereby avoiding the risk that the clothes that you purchase contain dangerous cleaning chemicals.


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With the increase, values shifted to the high end of the range between 76 and 80 cents/lb that

surged in early March. The nearby May contract climbed above 91 cents/lb after increasing three cents/lb on March 6th. In recent trading, the May contract has held onto these gains and nearby prices are at their highest since ear-

The A Index increased three cents/lb last month, climbing from values near 94 cents/lb in early February to those above 97 cents/lb in early ues around 19,465 RMB/ton in domestic terms. February, however, marked the first monthly decline in the RMB against the dollar in a year, and the CC Index decreased slightly in international

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(to 10.7 million). Strong U.S. export sales and shipments data in recent weeks have been credited with pulling New York futures prices higher by implying U.S. ending stocks would be lower than previous USDA forecasts. With this month’s increase to the export figure, the current USDA forecast for U.S. ending stocks was lowered 200,000 bales. At 2.8 million, the current U.S. ending stocks estimate predicts the second lowest level of available supply since 1995/96 (was 2.6 million in 2010/11). With the U.S. being the world’s largest exporter, the tightness in U.S. stocks can be expected to keep upward pressure on world prices for the remainder of the 2013/14 crop year. Nonetheless, the increase in U.S. exports was offset by decreased export expectations for Australia (- 100,000, to 3.8 million) and Uzbekistan (-100,000, to 2.7 million). PRICE OUTLOOK The USDA released a partial set of preliminary forecasts for the 2014/15 crop year at their annual Outlook Forum


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February 21st. These figures appear in the balance sheets on the first page of this report and are discussed below. In the coming crop year, world production is projected to increase marginally (from 116.7 million bales in 2013/14 to 117.0 million in 2014/15). Consumption is expected to increase more dramatically (from 109.2 bales in 2013/14 to 113.0 million in 2014/15), but production is stil expected to exceed consumption for a fifth consecutive crop year. Correspondingly, ending stocks are forecast to increase, and the USDA estimates stocks will climb above 100 million bales for the first time (from 96.8 million bales in 2013/14 to 100.5 million bales in 2014/15). Central to the USDA’s early estimates for the coming crop year are assumptions regarding Chinese cotton policy and how China may or may not choose to implement reforms to reduce reserves. The USDA is expecting China to take a gradual approach to reform and estimates China will finish 2014/15 (57.7 million) with approximately the same volume of cotton held in stocks when it finished 2013/14 (57.8 million). Key to 2014/15 price direction is Chinese import demand. Due to WTO obligations, China is required to allow in 4.1 million bales (894,000 tons) each year.

Any additional cotton fiber allowed into the country beyond this amount is determined by the Chinese government or is subject to a high 40% tariff. Given that Chinese mills may need some cotton qualities that are not available domestically, the Chinese government could be expected to release import quota equal to a couple million bales beyond the WTO-mandated volume. A figure near six million bales could be considered a lower-bound estimate for Chinese imports. The USDA is projecting China to import 8.0 million bales in 2014/15. The supply situation outside of China has also proven important to global cotton prices. In the coming crop year, production outside of China is forecast to expand 1.9 million bales, with the largest country-level increase from the U.S. (+3.1 million bales, from 13.2 to 16.3). Ending stocks outside China are forecast to increase 10.0%, and the increase in exportable supply should imply lower cotton prices. Expectations for lower prices in 2014/15 can be seen in the New York futures market, where prices for the December 2014 contract, the first to expire after the 2014/15 harvest begins being collected, have been consistently trading at levels 10 cents/lb below those for the 2013/14 crop.


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