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ComforJet yarns license for Hermann Bühler
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Jan '12
The spinning company, Hermann Bühler AG, in Switzerland has acquired the Rieter license for ComforJet yarns. The official handover of the certificate took place at the ITMA in Barcelona. On the Rieter stand in the presence of numerous visitors, Reto Thom, Rieter's Head of Sales, presented the certificate to Mr. Dr. Beat Denzler, Chairman of the Board and Mr. Martin Kägi, CEO Hermann Bühler AG.

Hermann Bühler AG produces yarns for customers with the highest demands. With innovative products, top quality and a perfect customer service, the spinning plant sets standards. Always interested in the latest technology, Hermann Bühler AG has been involved from the start in the development of the Rieter air-jet spinning machine. Consequently, the company is also one of the first certified suppliers of ComforJet yarns.

New yarn with new properties
The form of the yarn construction on the air-jet spinning machine, turbulence from an air stream in a spinning nozzle, results in a new type of yarn structure. Typical features are the very low hairiness, the smooth yarn surface and the associated soft and voluminous yarn character. This yarn from the Rieter air-jet spinning machine is marketed under the brand name ComforJet. It creates many benefits, not only in downstream processing but also in the end product and opens up new areas of application.

Licence package from Rieter
Rieter actively promotes the supply sources for licensed yarns and also provides a direct link to the licensee via the Rieter website. Customers who have decided in favour of a yarn license additionally have the option of exploiting the know-how of the Rieter specialists and being supported by them in specific projects. Also with their own marketing activities, licensed customers receive support from Rieter.

Rieter Management AG


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