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Swiss E 80 comber satisfies ITMA visitors
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Jun '12
With professional advice on complete systems from the fiber to the yarn, Rieter convinces customers at the Itma Asia + Citme 2012 exhibition in Shanghai. The exhibition visitors showed lively interest in the new E 80 comber, the four end spinning systems and their areas of application.

Animated discussions on the energy-saving systems with excellent fiber utilization and the visit by high-ranking delegations form a successful exhibition start for Rieter.

The Rieter exhibition stand A10 in Hall W2 was delighted at the high attendance rate. The various customers and interested visitors enjoyed the comfort of being given competent advice on all 4 end spinning systems on one stand.

Energy-saving solutions with high fiber utilization

The economical G 32 ring spinning machine generated great interest amongst the exhibition visitors. Customers profit from a powerful, high-quality machine that combines efficient energy utilization, dependable doffing and top yarn quality with very high spinning speeds. The EliTe compact system from Suessen, additionally installed on one section, showed the versatility of this spinning machine.

Great interest was also shown in the E 80 comber, the successor of the extremely successful E 66/E 76 machine generation. This machine has been launched by Rieter on the occasion of the ITMA Asia. Its combing area is enlarged by 43 %. This achieves flexibility with regard to excellent yarn quality, higher production and additional savings with comber noil.

Satisfied faces and high-ranking visit

It was an honor for Rieter to welcome the high-ranking CNTAC (China National Textile Apparel Council) Delegation to the stand. Mr. Wang Tiankai (President CNTAC) and Mr. Zhang Yankai (Vice President CNTAC) were given information on Rieter’s latest innovations and the J 20 air-jet spinning machine by Mr. Heiner Eberli (Head of Sales China).

The chance to be photographed in the red armchair with the 4 Rieter models was a highlight for many visitors to the Rieter stand and drew a smile from many. The armchair symbolizes „The Comfort of Competence“ and the 4 models are dressed in garments made from the 4 Rieter yarns.

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