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Autocoro 9 proves to be a boon to Indian denim industry
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Nov '16
The Indian denim market is booming, as in the last five years, turnover has risen by 15 per cent to a volume of $ 4.5 billion and is expected to reach $ 8 billion by 2023, with the installation if Autocoro 9 motor by German textile machinery manufacturer, Schlafhorst, in Sudarshan Jeans Pvt Ltd, a denim manufacturer and Autocoro 8 spinning mill in India.

13 Autocoro 8 and 9 machines with a total of 6,528 spinning positions are now in operation at two plants at Sudarshan Jeans around the clock, producing cotton yarns with counts between Ne 4.5 and Ne 20 that are predominantly intended for downstream processing within the company. The annual production of Sudarshan Jeans has risen to more than 70 million metres of denim and terry cloth, of which 80 per cent is exported around the world by the company.

Sudarshan Bansal, chairman and managing director of the company said, “The new Autocoro 9 ensures that we are even better placed to implement our company philosophy of 'value for money' while also attaining maximum productivity and efficiency in operation. Whether in terms of productivity, efficiency, flexibility or energy consumption, the new Autocoro once again sets records, and therefore, establishes a new benchmark in open-end rotor spinning technology. These advantages have also revolutionised the production of denim yarns at Sudarshan Jeans.

The Indian quality spinning mill T.C. Spinners, producers of weaving and knitting yarns, ordered the Autocoro 9, the latest Autocoro generation at ITMA 2015 in Milan.

The Autocoro 9, which delivers a further significant boost to production with its 720 spinning positions, has been well and truly put through its paces by T.C. Spinners in the course of everyday operations since then – and it has been an uninterrupted success.

The Autocoro 9 sets new records in energy consumption, productivity, efficiency, ease of operation and quality. The energy consumption is up to 25 per cent lower, with spinning costs falling by as much as 19 per cent. (GK)

 

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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