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Da Cheng flourishes amid stiff competition
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Da Cheng Textile Machinery Co Ltd, located in Zhangjiagang city Jiangsu Province, is scaling new heights with flourishing export business in the present fiscal.

The company has been bagging bigger orders since quite some time now. The prestigious project of installation and commissioning of machines in Vietnam was completed successfully.

The company had supplied 14 full sets of recombing and worsted spinning machines to Banswara Syntex Ltd, from Rajasthan, a totally integrated textile company with facilities for spinning, weaving, dyeing, finishing and garmenting.

In an exclusive interview with Fibre2fashion, Ms Liu, the Marketing Head of Da Cheng said, “Our high quality product range was highly praised by Indian experts and the President of Banswara Syntex Ltd.”

Thousands of textile machinery manufacturers are operating in China at present. Discussing about Da Cheng's strengths in the textile machinery field, Ms Liu stressed, “We include advanced technology in our machinery. In comparison to similar kind machineries in China, we are way ahead. Our machines have the advantage of labour saving and material saving and have high working efficiency. What makes us different from other famous brands is our high performance price ratio.”

Talking about the competition from other machinery manufacturers like Rieter and Trutzschler in the international market, the Marketing Head stated, “Machines manufactured by these brands are mainly used in cotton spinning fields, where as our machines are used in wool/flax/ramie spinning fields. That's the basic difference. Our product range comprises mainly three kinds, gill box, combing machine and roving frame. These can be used in wool/flax/acrylic/wool-like polester spinning.

“While about the application process, our products can be used in tops (also called sliver) making process, re-combing process, worsted spinning preparation process.”

Presently, Da Cheng Textile Machinery Co Ltd is exporting its products to India and China.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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