Again this year, Rieter was present with its Com4 exhibition stand and presented a wide range of information and products relating to the Com4 yarns. The response of the visitors to the stand was extremely gratifying and enabled Rieter to draw a positive conclusion of the exhibition.
On the Rieter stand, various fabric samples made from the Rieter yarns Com4ring (ring yarn), Com4compact (compact yarn), Com4rotor (rotor yarn) and Com4jet (air-jet spun yarn) could be viewed. Special here was the background information that was conveyed to visitors.
Rieter as supplier of all 4 end spinning systems possesses in-depth expertise ranging from yarn production up to the end product and makes this knowledge available also at trade fairs such as Texworld.
The main properties of the yarns, their advantages in downstream processing as well as the typical characteristics for the relevant fabric were explained and illustrated. In this way, the optimal yarn can be specifically selected for each required application.
Lively Demand for Com4 Documentation
In great demand was the Com4 license directory with the Rieter Com4 licensees and reference customers which was supplied on the stand. Yarn handlers and purchasers valued the contact data and the related information on the product range.
Especially important for them was the certainty that the yarn produced is of good quality. For Rieter, the interest among existing Rieter customers in also becoming Com4 licensees was particularly gratifying.
The Rieter Com4 Yarn Seminar
Equal interest was also aroused by the Com4 yarn seminar for yarn handlers, weavers and knitters that Rieter launched in 2012. This has been shown by the four seminars already held in Switzerland, China and India in addition to the first applications for the courses in 2014 that could be taken at the Texworld.
Rieter is a leading supplier on the world market for textile machinery and components used in short staple fiber spinning. Based in Winterthur (Switzerland), the company develops and manufactures systems, machinery and technology components used to convert natural and manmade fibers and their blends into yarns.
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