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Rieter supports its customers with competent marketing
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Aug '11
For the first time Rieter takes part in the new fiber and yarn section on ITMA 2011. Rieter has comprehensive know-how, from fiber processing to the creation and marketing of the finished product. Permanent contact to customers and downstream processors enables yarn resp. fabric trends to be identified and implemented in the machine development process. With promotional activities for Rieter yarns the Rieter customers are given active and competent support.

Rieter – the system supplier with competence
Rieter possesses considerable competence of the entire textile process chain. As the only textile machine manufacturer worldwide, Rieter offers its customers not only complete plants and systems for the production of ring, compact, rotor and air-jet yarns but also experience in the processing of various fiber components up to the production and marketing of the finished product.

Rieter yarns – yarns made for fashion
Rieter is always looking for contact with customers and downstream processors. The dialog at exhibitions enables Rieter to recognize trends with fabrics and yarns and to incorporate these in current machine developments. New yarns make possible differentiated properties with the end products and expand the sales markets of the spinning companies.

Active and extensive yarn marketing
For the first time Rieter takes part in the new ITMA fiber and yarn section. On the Rieter yarn stand in hall 4, stand A112 Rieter presents yarns, fabrics and end products from compact yarn Com4, rotor yarn ComfoRo and the new air-jet yarn ComforJet. With this presentation on ITMA and the active participation in fabric fairs as well as promotion in several medias Rieter actively supports its reference customers and licensees in the marketing of their products.

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