News October 2015

ITMA 2015, Milan November 12-19

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The Online Newsletter – welcome to Groz-Beckert at the ITMA 2015

When the textile world meets up at the ITMA 2015 in Milan (Italy), the leading trade fair for textile machinery, from November 12 to 19, Groz-Beckert will have numerous innovations in store: the company will be presenting new and enhanced products as well as services in all fields of technology along the textile value chain at the Groz-Beckert booth (Hall H7, Booth D142). On display for the first time at a Groz-Beckert trade show booth is "Carding", the company's latest product sector. And products and services are not all that is new – Groz-Beckert has also evolved its look. The company will present a new trade show booth concept as well as a new corporate design.

Find out all about the innovations Groz-Beckert will be presenting in this newsletter. Discover the world of Groz-Beckert – there's no better time to do so!

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Just an image Eric Schöller
Member of the Executive Board

Transparency in knitting – new insights into machines and systems

Just an image At the ITMA in Milan, Groz-Beckert will be demonstrating a unique concept that provides fascinating insights into the world of knitting, making the entire process transparent. In the product sector Knitting the main focus is on productivity and profitability. You can also look forward to an innovation in the field of knitting-machine needles for large diameter circular knitting machines. Read more about it here!
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Systems supplier in the Weaving sector

Just an image As a systems supplier, Groz-Beckert offers its customers at the ITMA in Milan its comprehensive portfolio of products for the most diverse applications. Experience powerful machines for the weaving preparation sector, and the impressive diversity of the Groz-Beckert weaving accessories.
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Individual consulting leads to good results

Just an image For the nonwovens industry, even seemingly small competitive advantages are often decisive. Selecting the right needle for the needling process, for instance, can have a major impact on production results and their profitability. This also applies to the filter industry: Different types of needles from the Groz-Beckert felting needle portfolio are optimally adapted to the characteristics and standards required by customers. At the ITMA 2015, you'll find out which needles are best suited to what purposes. In addition, special needle solutions for automotive applications (structured), geotextiles, filtration and paper-machine felts will be impressively demonstrated for the first time on an acrylic-glass needling machine.
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New-generation cutting system

Just an image Requirements placed on carpet manufacturers regarding tufting tool functionality, reliability, and service life are constantly increasing. Growing cost pressure and more stringent quality requirements from end-users are ensuring that gauge part cutting systems are increasingly becoming a key success factor in the tufting process. This is why Groz-Beckert is constantly active in development, and at the ITMA 2015 will again be presenting improved tools that bring clear competitive advantages. A transparent tufting system made of acrylic glass demonstrates the principle of tufting and the sophisticated interaction of the Groz-Beckert tufting tools.
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Card clothing for nonwoven cards

Just an image In the production of nonwovens, not only the properties of the nonwoven fabric are important: minimizing the use of fibers is also crucial for profitable nonwovens production, and this is achieved through homogeneous distribution of all the fibers inside the nonwoven. In combination with the highest production quality, this leads to enhanced efficiency and profitability. Come to the Groz-Beckert booth at the ITMA 2015 to see the benefits of the Groz-Beckert card clothing SiroLock® and EvoStep®.
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Innovative solutions for even more success

Just an image At this year's ITMA in Milan, the product sector Sewing will be demonstrating that first-class packaging and ongoing services are all part of a first-class product.
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