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Italian textile winder specialist Fadis shows up at ITMA
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Jun '14
Fadis, an Italian textile machine producer of rewinders, soft winders, assembly winders, hank to cone winders, reeling machines, spooling machines and intermingling machines is exhibiting its technology at ITMA ASIA in hall E-7 stall no C-04.

Its machines are capable of processing all types of yarns such as cotton, wool, silk, artificial fibres, synthetic fibres, mixed fibres, intermingled yarns and fancy yarns.

Fadis is present in more than 70 countries all over the world. Its production offers something more, something different, something “selected”. The last generation of SINCRO range machines clearly shows the importance it gives to innovation, research and development. Differently from others, Fadis has chosen the longest and safest road to reach clients with more than 53 years of experience.

This experience has led to technical results that are hard to find in this field in Italy, in Europe, and throughout the world. Fadis always strives to give the best quality, technology and service available on the market today. Its entire production is based on innovation. All this is summarised in the symbol that Fadis has always been. A team of specialised technicians is constantly involved in research, study, design of new models, new products, new materials, new technologies.

Its machines are present throughout the world, something to be very proud of. More than a point of strength it is the proof of Fadis’ quality. A 100% made in Italy production , synonym of quality, innovation and safety Not only quality, innovation and safety, but also energy efficient technologies and equipments with reduced environmental impact.

This process started in 2002 when the Italian Ministry of Productive Activities defined the project “New generation of winding machines with computerized programming and control, characterized by high versatility of use for the different typologies of yarn winding system and by reduced power consumption and noise pollution” presented by Fadis as “Highly Innovative”.

The process continued in 2010 by replacing all the electric and heating systems of its factory, thus allowing considerable cost and energy savings. Fadis has also installed a photovoltaic system with 460 kW peak production on its roof; its annual production of 650.000 kW allows a reduction of CO2 emissions in the atmosphere equal to 11.6 tons.

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