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French textile machinery to again be active at INDIA ITME
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Sep '12
“India is a major player in the textile industry”, says Bruno AMELINE, the Chairman of the French Textile Machinery Manufacturers’ Association. He adds “We have already very good customers whom we consider our partners, but the Indian textile industry needs an urgent modernization which will be implemented, may be with some delays, with the support of the Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS) put in place by the Indian government.”

The French machinery manufacturers know quite well the market thanks to local representations, seminars organized regularly, the latest being in 2007 and 2010 in Delhi, Ludhiana, several times in Mumbai and the next seminar to be held in 2013.

INDIA ITME is a major event and the French machinery will again be active there in December 2012. 
 
“Our goal is always to create new opportunities for direct personal contacts with our customers, try to analyze and understand their needs and design technical solutions for enhancing their competitiveness. We are not working with a short term strategy, our commitment is a long term one” says Evelyne CHOLET, the Association Secretary General.
 
Let’s remember that the French textile machinery has played a particularly important role in the historical development of the textile industry and is continuing to do so as it will be seen at next INDIA ITME. In particular, think about the illustrious name of JACQUARD, the French inventor of the most sophisticated weaving technology!
 
For the long fibre spinning industry: new techniques to improve dramatically the quality standards, the operating and maintenance costs, and on line quality controls. The innovating range includes the design of complete lines.
 
For the twisting and texturing of yarns: the opportunity to develop high-tech yarns for traditional and technical applications Jacquard machines and dobbies developments make feasible spectacular increases in the speed of the production processes together with higher quality and more reliability. 
 
Dyeing: consistency improvements together with energy and water savings. 
 
In new sectors of the textile industry like the nonwoven processes the French machinery is also at the pinpoint of innovation. Recycling the textile materials at the end of their life cycle and transform them into new products, being environmentally friendly, is also an issue on which the French machinery manufacturers are among world leaders.
 
French machinery manufacturers are less and less offering standard machines but, more and more, tailor made solutions designed with their customers and partners to enable these customers to introduce new products with high added value and compete successfully in their own national market and in the open world.
 
NSC Fibre To Yarn, Laroche, Stäubli , Alliance Machines Textiles, Callebaut De Blicquy Rousselet-Robatel, Dollfus & Muller, AESA Air Engineering: Theses French companies will exhibit at INDIA ITME and will welcome visitors to study their projects and offer innovative solutions.

French Textile Machinery Manufacturers' Association


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