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French machinery companies to partake in ITM 2016
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Apr '16
Courtesy- NSC Fibre to Yarn
Courtesy- NSC Fibre to Yarn
Six French companies have announced their participation in ITM, the leading textile machinery fair in Turkey, to be held from June 1-4, 2016.

“Our tradition of research and development associated with our long term partnerships with our clients explains why France is exporting around one billion euros worth of textile machinery each year. ITM is a major regional event and we look forward to meet there our long time customers as well as new ones from Turkey and surrounding countries,” said Hubert Tretsch, president of the promotion committee of the French Textile Machinery Manufacturers' Association (UCMTF).

The French companies showcasing their products at the event are NSC Fibre to Yarn, Laroche, Superba, Dollfus & Muller, Petit and Aesa. The representatives of these companies would be present at hall 3 booth 318A, hall 3 booth 302, hall 2 booth 214, hall 12 booth 1202C, hall 3 booth 310B, and hall 3 booth 315B respectively.

NSC Fibre to Yarn will exhibit modern recycling lines for acrylic fibres or blended ones by introducing combing ERA between card and gills. At ITM, Laroche will show the new Airfelt with “Resinfelt” option and the latest innovations in used clothes recycling processes.

Superba, will showcase their latest machine type MCD3, which can continuously dye a bundle of 72 yarns, with a production of up to 280kgs/h combined with a TVP3 line and up to 400kgs/h with a DL5 line with a range of 6 spot colors plus 1 base shade.

Dollfus & Muller, will exhibit compacting sanfor felts for knit finishing, sanforizing felts for denim and woven fabrics finishing, printing dryer belts for textile printing, sublimation blankets for transfer printing.

Petit, a specialist of accessories for textile machines, will present all technical drawings for manufacturing of spare parts are compliant with the genuine ones. The Aesa air conditioning plants, specialized in air-conditioning and waste collection systems for textile factories will also be showcasing its latest technology at the fair. (NA)

French Textile Machinery Manufacturers' Association (UCMTF)

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