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Rieter presents latest innovations at ITM Texpo Eurasia
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May '12
Turkey, as the link between Europe and Asia, was again this year venue of the ITM Texpo Eurasia. Rieter presented to customers from Turkey and the Middle East its complete range from the fiber to the finished yarn. The mood of the market is positive – signs indicate growth in the Turkish textile industry.

To present to customers the latest innovations and to take a joint look into the future – this Rieter succeeded in doing at the ITM in Istanbul. Over the four days, visitors to the ITM acquainted themselves with the complete range offered by Rieter and valued receiving comprehensive information on all four spinning systems from a single source.

Interest in Rieter's compact spinning technology
The K 45 compact spinning machine, which could be seen live and in operation on the exhibition stand, was the target of great interest. Focus was targeted on the further technological developments and flexibility. The possibility to spin core and fancy yarns on a compact spinning machine was met with enthusiasm by customers who place great value on a high level of flexibility in their plants.

Supporting customers in the marketing of yarns
Rieter actively supports its customers in the marketing of yarns from Rieter machines. On the communal stand of the Swiss Textile Machine Association from Swissmem, the Rieter yarns and their properties were presented to visitors. This generated particular interest with the downstream processing industry – information concerning Rieter customers from which the respective yarns can be purchased was in lively demand.

Positive outlook
The satisfied faces on the exhibition stand and the support of the important textile industry by the Turkish State can be interpreted as positive for the future.

Rieter wishes to thank all visitors for the interesting discussions and the lively interest in the entire product range from the fiber to the yarn.

Rieter

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