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Uster Statistics 2013 scheduled for release
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Oct '12
A new edition of the unique Uster Statistics quality benchmarks is to be releasedat the end of this year. Over the past 55 years, Uster Statistics have earned legendary status throughout textiles – and its value is more significant than ever in the globalized trading environment today and in the future.

The forthcoming editionof Uster Statistics 2013 will underline its benefits as a vital success factor for textile companies, providing a common language to define precise quality factors along the entire production chain. Yarn producers, buyers, retailers and machine manufacturers all rely on Uster Statistics as the basis for quality benchmarking and trading and a foundation for industry-wide quality improvement. Spinners can trust Uster Statistics to signpost better competitiveness, cost-optimized quality disciplines and avoidance of expensive claims and rejects. 

The continuing globalization of textile trade means Uster Statistics today are more important than ever. Yarn producers must benchmark the own quality against that of other mills, so genuine global standards are necessary to be competitive in the world market. 
 
When spinners for example from Turkey, Bangladesh and Brazil talk about 'good' yarn, they sometimes mean very different things. The only way to find agreement is to define objective characteristics, supported by measurement parameters, methods and instruments capable of measuring these repetitively and accurately. This is precisely what USTERachieves.
 
Yarn producers benefit in several ways with Uster Statistics. For instance, USTER STATISTICS make it simple for a mill to set its own quality targets – whether using the CD or online version – aided by the integral correlative quality parameters. 
 
Spinning mills can also objectively compare in-house performance versus global best practice. With the help of the Uster Statistics, the mill can identify performance gaps and pinpoint key performance indicators for optimization of the production process.
 
A further benefit enables a spinning mill to enhance its competitive position, since Uster Statistics make it possible to describe yarns in a totally objective way, substantiated by real parameters. Yarn quality tested on USTER equipment is provable and guaranteed, thanks to direct comparison with Uster Statistics. This data gives the mill a factual quality description in case of a claim. Since the benchmarked quality will generally be at a favorable level, this will improve the mill’s competitive positioning as well as providing an attractive message for marketing purposes.
 
 

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