Innovative Swedish textile technology @ ITMA ASIA + CITME 2016
Six Swedish companies, bringing new technology to the global textile industry, showcase their latest inventions at the ITMA ASIA + CITME 2016 show, 20-25 October 2016 in Shanghai.
Swedish textile machinery is known for its high level of technology, quality and reliability . The long Swedish tradition of textile industry in combination with state of the art technology and a passion for textile production allow Swedish companies to go beyond traditional products to find innovative solutions for their customers. China is one of the most important markets for Swedish textile machinery manufacturers.
-With a high degree of automatization and digitalization, Swedish companies meet the demands of a rapidly changing Chinese textile industry, says Therese Premler-Andersson, Secretary General at the Swedish Textile Machinery Association.
Most of the participating Swedish companies have attended the ITMA Asia show from the very start. The show offers an excellent marketplace for making valuable business contacts with partners, customers and potential investors.
Swedish companies participating at ITMA ASIA + CITME 2016:
Eltex of Sweden AB ( www.eltex.se ), Hall: H3 Booth: C15
Eltex of Sweden AB is a world leader in yarn break sensors and yarn tension monitors for textile machines. Eltex will present the EYE Compact yarn break sensor system for tufting, which eliminates the need for manual monitoring of yarn thereby improving quality and efficiency.
IRO AB ( www.iroab.com ), Hall: H3 Booth: C01 IRO AB is a market leader in production of yarn feeding equipment, where IRO’s wide range of high-tech yarn feeders is known for their high speed and quality. At the ITMA Asia, new developments especially for technical fabrics and extremely demanding applications will be shown to the Asian market for the first time. The full range of all available products will also be present not only in their own booth, but also widely represented on weaving machines throughout the exhibition.
ACG Kinna Automatic AB ( www.kinnaautomatic.se ), Hall: H5 Booth: B03 Kinna Automatic AB is a leading manufacturer of textile machinery for fully automated production of bed linen. The company will showcase their unique pillow closing machine designed to close the open end of the pillow using lock stitch. The machine has an output of 9 pillows per minute.
ES Automatex Solution AB ( www.esautomatex.com ), Hall: H5 Booth: D51 ES Automatex Solution is a leading manufacturer of automated machines for home textile production. The company will showcase several new machine concepts, such as Terry Towel crosshemmer, which increases production with 10 percent (up to 1000 pcs/hour on the size 50x100 cm, 1 lane).
Eton Systems AB ( www.etonsystems.com ), Hall: H5 Booth: B11 Eton Systems is the inventor of the Unit Production System for material handling. The Company offers flexible and unique solutions for apparel, home textile and other light industry. Eton Systems support industry with: optimal utilization of space, increased production, shortened delivery time, improved quality and increased profitability. Eton Systems latest development is ETONnote, a tool that further controls the production.
Baldwin Jimek AB (www.baldwintech.com), Hall: H6 Booth: A06 Baldwin Jimek AB provides solutions for finishing, remoistening, and water/chemical management. The system has many advantages compared to traditional methods of applying process chemistry. Some of these are: reduced consumption of chemistry and water, reduced waste of process chemistry and water, shorter drying times – less energy, quick change overs, 2-5 min compared to 15-30 in traditional methods.
For more information or to book an interview with one of the participating companies, contact: Therese Premler-Andersson, Secretary General Textile Machinery Association of Sweden
Phone:+46 734 45 451, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
More information about the Swedish Textile Machinery Association can be found at www.tmas.se
TMAS, Textile Machinery Association of Sweden, initiates and coordinates joint activities such as networking meetings and other events designed to provide export opportunities for member companies. The association represents and supports companies in major international exhibitions and events, distribute market information and serve as a platform for exchange of ideas and experiences. TMAS was founded in 1997 and consists of nine members: Eltex of Sweden AB, IRO AB, ACG Nyström AB, Texo AB, Svegea of Sweden AB, Kinna Automatic AB, ES Automatex, Solution AB, Eton Systems AB and Baldwin Jimek AB.