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Dornier to show latest weaving machines at ITM 2018
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Apr '18
Dornier to show latest weaving machines at ITM 2018
Germany’s leading textile machinery developer, Lindauer Dornier GmbH, is set to present weaving machine solutions for clothing, home, and technical textiles aimed at the Turkish and Central Asian market at ITM 2018, the 34th international textile machinery exhibition, which will be held from April 14 to 17, 2018, in Istanbul, Turkey, in hall 2, stand 215B.

Besides denim, wool and carpets, in Turkey the machine builder‘s weaving machines are also used to produce technical textiles.

Wolfgang Schöffl, head of business unit weaving machines at Lindauer Dornier GmBH said, “Clothing and home textiles are produced in Turkey on weaving machines from Dornier by tradition. The machines are used to make fabrics for furnishings, curtains, and hand towels, for example. But recently technical textiles have also begun to make an appearance in the product portfolios of Turkish weaving houses. The volume is still modest, but it is growing.”

Technical textiles are generally considered to be growth market with enormous potential. Powerful industries such as aerospace, the automobile industry, wind energy and medicine all drive a steadily increasing demand. This has also been confirmed in a study conducted by the Swiss business consultancy Gherzi and commissioned by the European Apparel and Textile Confederation Euratex at the request of the EU Commission: The study found that the global market for technical textiles (including non-wovens) will experience annual growth rates of 5 - 6 per cent and will reach a volume of almost $200 billion by 2020.

Companies intending to manufacture airbags, parachutes, filters, or tirecord must have weaving machines that satisfy the highest quality standards. Every weaving machine built by Dornier conforms to all major manufacturing criteria such as lowest warp and filling thread breakage rates, processing of various materials, high machine speeds, and reproducible machine settings with consistent weaving quality. (GK)

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