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Schlafhorst partakes in two Chinese seminars this year
Nov '14
Swiss textile technology producer, Schlafhorst said it has participated in two seminars in China this year.

The first one in May 2014, took place in Wuhan on the topics of ring spinning and automation, which was presented through video by René Bucken, head of marketing at Schlafhorst.

The second seminar in Suzhou held last month was hosted by Schlafhorst as main sponsor of the event.

Around 500 visitors to the seminar, mostly experts from Chinese cotton spinning mills, focused on new developments in package winding.

René Bucken and Peter Gölden, senior product manager (winding) explained the strategic aims and product portfolio of Saurer and Schlafhorst in various presentations and interviews.

Product highlights from Zinser were discussed along with new developments relating to the Autoconer X5 and automation of ring spinning mills.

Wang Guogang, chief editor of China Yarn said, "The manner in which Chinese spinning mills are opening up to markets outside China is taking on a new dimension.

“They are now going a stage further and establishing subsidiaries in Asia and in the USA, for example, to be able to benefit from favourable basic conditions for textile production there.

“Events like this help to create the necessary transparency, support the transfer of know-how and promote intercultural exchanges in the interests of both sides.”

Schlafhorst offers solutions for the entire spinning mill line right up to the quality package.

World-famous brands like Zinser, Autocoro, BD and Autoconer, together with unique process competence, make Schlafhorst the partner of choice for successful textile companies.

With production plants in Germany, India and China as well as an international service and consultancy team, Schlafhorst said it makes mills more efficient, productive and economical. (AR)

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