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Connect with the French Textile Machinery @ ITMA ASIA+CITME 2014


ITMA ASIA+CITME 2014 will take place in Shanghai next June 16-20. It will be another opportunity to connect with the French Textile Machinery manufacturers. The French offer is very large as France is the 6th textile machinery exporter worldwide with an annual turnover of more than 1 billion Euros (USD 1.3 billion).

For the long fibre spinning industry: new techniques to improve dramatically the quality standards, the operating and maintenance costs and on line quality controls. The innovating range includes the design of complete lines.

For the twisting and texturing of yarns: the opportunity to develop high-tech yarns for traditional and technical applications including the carpet industry.

Jacquard machines and dobbies developments make feasible spectacular increases in the speed of the production processes together with higher quality and more reliability.

Dyeing: consistency improvements together with energy and water savings.

In new sectors of the textile industry like the nonwoven processes the French machinery is also at the pinpoint of innovation.

Recycling the textile materials at the end of their life cycle and transform them into new products, being environmentally friendly, is also an issue on which the French machinery manufacturers are among world leaders.

Evelyne CHOLET, the Secretary General of the manufacturers’ association, is very optimistic on the outcome of the next ITMA ASIA 2014 as the companies which will exhibit have already many customers in ASIA and are well organized to offer them the best solutions, thanks to their tailor made approach to address in depth customers’ needs and the best service to enable a very high reliability of the production processes of the customers. She adds that this year a very important issue will be on energy savings. The French manufacturers have worked very hard on energy savings. In many examples, the energy saving is in the 30-40 % range, same or even more for the water consumption in dyeing and finishing.

For apparel, home textiles and technical textiles, the Jacquard fabrics are very much in demand. Joseph - Marie JACQUARD, born in Lyons (France) in 1792 revolutionized the technology. His focus on innovations and customer service are still the DNA of his distant successors, the French textile machinery

Evelyne CHOLET cordially invites all textile producers to visit the booths as personal contacts are the best way to understand even better the customers’ needs to help these customers to introduce new products with high added value and compete successfully on their markets.

The following French companies will exhibit:


NSC fibre to yarn      Stand W4-C06

At ITMA ASIA 2014 in SHANGHAI, “NSC fibre to yarn” which includes N.Schlumberger and Seydel
trademarks will exhibit the ERA combing machine well-known for producing high quality tops in wool, flax or delicate fibres such as cashmere.

NSC fibre to yarn will showcase latest technological advances made to its product range. A new GN8 intersecting drawing machine, evolution of its ERA comber, improvements on the GC30 family drawing machines will be particularly unveiled to its international customers.

For NSC fibre to yarn division, ITMA ASIA 2014 will be also the occasion of presenting a new service centre with a genuine spare parts stock in Zhangjiagang.

and significant evolutions such as:
- performances of production
- quality standards
- operating and maintenance costs
- instant control and diagnosis
- cost energy savings.

All of them thanks to a reliable concept of construction, to electronic controls implying a user-friendly man-machine dialogue and increase productivity.


LAROCHE     Stand W3-A08

One century dedicated to the design, manufacturing and commissioning of equipment for complete textile waste recycling lines, in the past 20 years, LAROCHE has been deeply involved in the scientific development of the textile waste recycling technology, achieving great progress and helping discover New Sustainable Tailor-Made applications for better and cheaper products taking care of the serious
environmental problems and the shortage of raw materials.

LAROCHE is also proposing complete turnkey Airlay nonwoven lines to process a wide variety of raw material producing a huge range of nonwoven felts.

LAROCHE application fields:
- Open-End using recycled fibres
- Nonwoven felts for building insulation, automotive, bedding, furniture and floor coverings,
geotextiles, sound and thermal insulation, horticultural
- Natural fibres products (nonwovens and yarns)
- Short staple bast fibres for spinning, nonwoven and paper
- Disposable products
- Pillows and toys stuffing
- Technical products.

LAROCHE provides a full range of engineering, development and support services for turnkey projects.

In Cours-La Ville - France, a 2000 m² demo-room equipped with Tearing line, Dosing, Opening & Blending line and 3 Airlay nonwoven lines is extensively used for process and products development. Customers are welcome to use these facilities to develop their new products. With 2 manufacturing plants and after sales support, LAROCHE serves highly satisfied customers in more than 70 countries.


VERDOL       Stand W2-B22

VERDOL will offer one of the most complete ranges of technologies & machinery for the processing of
filament yarns.

- Textile yarns processing: the most complete range on the market of:
. twisting machines for embroidery and sewing thread applications,
. covering machines for hosiery, stockings, sportswear and technical yarns,
. air covering machines for hosiery, stockings and sportswear,
. Combined machines to twist and shrink nylon yarn through thermal treatment.
VERDOL will exhibit the GU Advantage, the new covering machine for the mass markets.

- T&I Yarns: One step further in innovation
VERDOL will show-up for the 1st time the UT Advantage, its new industrial yarn twister, working by side and dedicated to the mass production markets. The UT Advantage will be running on the booth!

- Carpet yarns: Focus on energy savings!
VERDOL is a major player supplying machinery in the field of cabling and twisting for synthetic filaments and spun yarns. For the Cabling & Twisting process, VERDOL offers a wide range of machines for mass production now available with ecoTex®, the well known technological textile components with a significant reduction of energy consumption. Also a Lab machine fully dedicated for challenging markets applications.

- Glass Yarns: Worldwide reputation
VERDOL reacts to its customer’s demands by offering its products everywhere and supplying permanently the machines that best fits the customer’s needs.

- M.U.S.T. - Monitoring Unit System for Textile machinery: Production under control!
VERDOL will bring out its complete and comprehensive plant management system, M.U.S.T., (Monitoring Unit System for Textile machinery) already installed at major carpet, glass and T&I yarn producers.

- Focusing on continuous improvement of Service, VERDOL SPS, standing for Spare Parts & Services, has deployed a reinforced structure in order to always satisfy customer needs better. The VERDOL SPS policy relies on a strong and available customer service.


FIl CONTROL Stand     W2-B23

FIL CONTROL is well-known for his expertise in yarn sensors and electronic devices. With facilities in France and China, the company is able to answer to the global market, close to its main customers.

Whatever the yarn, FIL CONTROL is able to detect it!

This year, FIL CONTROL is entering in the industrialization step of the new MYT Sensor. It is answering a growing demand of assembling and twisting end users and, of course, machine builders: the online control of the yarn tension with an affordable price. With this new sensor, FIL CONTROL is reinforcing its position of technology development leader in the yarn sensor field. The biggest brands of tyre yarn twisting machinery builders are already analyzing the MYT full possibilities, before the integration on their own machines. The MYT is suitable for high count and high tensioned yarns (500g to 5 000g), the next coming step will be to adapt this technology to answer to lower tension demands.


PETIT      Stand W2-B24

Since 1946 PETIT has been the privileged interlocutor in the textile world for:

- Covering spindles manufacturer
- Spare parts for textile machines, looms, texturizing, two for one, mills.
- Exclusive provider of genuine spare parts for fine yarn machines as ARCT, ACBF, ICBT, RITM, SAURER DIEDERICHS.
- Huge stock of ceramic yarn guides and tensioners
- A worldwide network of agents and retailers.


AESA Air Engineering       Stand W4-B13

AESA Air Engineering is a global leader in the field of industrial air conditioning, which provides reliable solutions for Textile Air Engineering. With offices in France, India, Singapore and China and a network of agents, AESA combines the rigor and experience of European engineering and giving to any project the most advanced engineered solution, with competitive equipments.

AESA is specialized in Spinning, Weaving, Man Made Fiber air conditioning and waste removal systems. For any given fibre cotton, rayon, polyester, blended, wool, acrylic, fiberglass. AESA supplies complete system in order to maintain the adequate condition of temperature and humidity in a clean environment in accordance with International standard. Supplying fully automatic system using the best filtration and waste collection system, AESA is leader in many countries for Air Conditioning in Textile Factory. AESA design is focusing on optimizing the add value for clients in term of precision, reliability, waste management and Energy saving solutions.

Taking its root from 4 famous companies such as AmeliorAir and LTG, AESA totalize the experience of thousands of installations running worldwide. AESA has inherited the full range of self-developed proprietary equipments and the capacity to solve any technical problem with the most appropriate solution for the clients worldwide.
Recently AESA engaged a close partnership with the first major Chinese investment in the textile industry in the USA, Keer America Group is building an open-end factory and implementing AESA best solutions.


SUPERBA      Stand W3-G01

SUPERBA’ sales and market share have never been as high thanks to the continued trust of their customers. SUPERBA with their headquarters in Mulhouse, France, is the global leader in continuous heat-setting process with saturated steam of BCF carpet yarns, SPUN and WOOL blends. With more than 35 years of experience in the specialized field of high quality tufted and woven carpets, SUPERBA is providing innovative and competitive solutions with complete range of machines, including the TVP3, the latest generation of heat-setting line, together with the new MF400 friezing machine and fully automatic winder – B401, all manufactured in France by SUPERBA. SUPERBA also provides the LV3 steaming and shrinking lines for the heat-setting of Acrylic yarns and the 8 colors MCD/LA space-dyeing machines.

With high performance, efficiency, and being eco-friendly, these lines integrate the latest technologies in term of automation.
SUPERBA is having subsidiaries in the USA and in CHINA and more than 60 representatives all over the world to extend better services to their international customers.
With their improved technologies for heat-setting of carpet yarn and for the texturation in the manufacturing of artificial turf, SUPERBA is constantly increasing their interest in all carpet manufacturing markets, especially in China.

With SUPERBA technologies the customers know they are investing in lines that are able to process any type of fibres with the same excellent results in terms of quality, soft hand and durability.


DOLLFUS & MULLER      Stand E7-C34

DOLLFUS & MULLER, founded in 1811, manufactures dryer belts and endless felts for textile finishing factories. The company will exhibit at the coming ITMA ASIA+CITME show:
- compacting felts for knit finishing and printing dryer belts for printing
- sanforizing felts for denim and woven fabrics finishing
- decatizing felts for wool finishing
- satin wrappers for wool finishing
- tensionless dryer belts for knit finishing.

DOLLFUS & MULLER will introduce during ITMA ASIA+CITME its new compacting felt for knit finishing with major evolutions compared with the other products in order to serve better the dyeing houses. The new compacting felt quality brings a special care to the fabrics thanks to its smoothest surface, has an excellent guiding and the best compacting rate in relations with its new exclusive compacting felt design.

Furthermore, DOLLFUS & MULLER will display its new durable printing dryer belt quality TAMIP HT 500 NR. This print dryer belt is the most durable printing dryer belt specially designed for pigment printing of bed sheeting. Across Asia, already many printers of fine fabrics, scarves, flags are using the DOLLFUS & MULLER printing dryer belts for their non-marking surfaces which can avoid as well the particles on the back side. DOLLFUS & MULLER has the widest range of printing dryer belts and the strongest dryer belts.

The DOLLFUS & MULLER sanforizing palmer felts are ideal for Denim producers. During the ITMA ASIA+ CITME show, the company will as well show its proven durable Sanfor felts. The DOLLFUS & MULLER Sanfor felts are recognised by many major machine makers as the best felts.


STÄUBLI    Stand E2-E01

STÄUBLI’s activities in the field of textile machinery include shedding systems, cam motions, electronic dobbies and Jacquard machines for weaving machines, weaving preparation systems, and carpet weaving machines. STÄUBLI holds a strong position in 25 countries through its sales and customer service subsidiaries, and a global network by agents in 50 countries. The Chinese market is handled by STÄUBLI (Hangzhou) Mechatronic Co, an industrial manufacturing site based in Hangzhou, and offices for sales and services in the major textile centres of China.

At ITMA Asia 2014 four complete Jacquard installations on weaving machines will be demonstrated at the large 625 m2 two-level STÄUBLI stand. As a world premier, visitors can see the production of lining fabric on a Jacquard machine type SX equipped with a specific harness with 12,600 cords, in conjunction with a water-jet weaving machine operating at a rate of approximately 1,000 weft insertions per minute.

The new and third generation of rotary dobbies of STÄUBLI, the S3060/3260 series, is to be seen with many application. It reaches new heights of performance and reliability.

Weaving preparation systems shows its mobile automatic drawing-in machine SAFIR S30, already a dependable workhorse in many filament mills in China and the Far East. The warp-tying process will be demonstrated with two warp-tying machines: MAGMA and TOPMATIC. The warp leasing process can be seen on the OPAL multilayer leasing machine.

Group member SCHÖNHERR is presenting exclusive carpet samples from its latest collection produced on ALPHA 400 and 500 carpet-weaving machines, and Group member DEIMO will exhibit state-of-the-art electronic drives and control solutions mainly for textile machines at booth C11 in Hall E5.

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