Shanghai is welcoming the world of textiles to the National Exhibition and Convention Centre at the ITMA Asia + CITME 2016: About 100,000 visitors and over 1,600 exhibitors are expected at this biennial textile industry fair. With scores of innovations and a broad range of services covering the entire textile value chain, Groz-Beckert is represented at Stand D29 in Hall 4. As a newsletter subscriber, you can get a preview of what's on for the fair.
Proven innovations to take on new challenges
Progress in the textile world gets reciprocal: New opportunities in fiber production require new tools for optimum processing of these fibers.
Groz-Beckert meets these challenges with innovative products. For processing very fine fibers in the field of tufting, for instance, Groz-Beckert facilitates excellent results with its Loop Control®-Technology. In order to produce fine synthetic yarns, the company's cleverly devised doffer wires form an ideal preliminary stage, and the latest generation of the litespeed® needle – the litespeed® plus – helps conserve resources and increases the efficiency of the knitting process. For producing the finest fabric, the new jacquard heald facilitates very high row density.
Service and know-how ice the cake
But not only Groz-Beckert products make textile production more advanced. With its comprehensive services, Groz-Beckert also provides for optimum conditions in the production environment. The service program Ideal Needle Handling (INH) is thus custom tailored to the sewing industry and lays out smooth processes and proper documentation for handling sewing machine needles. Information on all things sewing is now available on the new Groz-Beckert customer portal.
For optimizing process and end product, the advice in the technological field of nonwovens is invaluable. Combining the right needles is one of the proficiencies that sets Groz-Beckert apart.
As you can see, there are many exciting things to discover. We look forward to your visit to the ITMA Asia + CITME 2016 in Shanghai, China, in Hall 4, Stand D29.