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'WINGS' winding machine for POY yarn sells 1000 units in India
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Jul '08
The WINGS POY solution introduced at the ITMA 2007 in Munich has impressed polyester manufacturers around the world. Around 1,000 machines have been sold to customers in India during the first half of 2008 alone.

Garden Silk Mills, Alok and Wellknown Polyester will be the first Indian companies to incorporate the new winding technology. New production facilities in Surat, Silvassa and Daman will be equipped with this cost-effective system.

“WINGS represent's a milestone for the textile industry. This technology will revolutionise the world of textiles”, said Surendra Jiwarajka, Joint Managing Director of Alok Industries Ltd.

The new investment will enable Alok Industries Ltd to increase its polyester production by 300%, making it the 3rd largest polyester manufacturer in India.

Alok Industries Ltd is already the largest texturing company in India and a leading filament yarn exporter.

Orders for 200 additional WINGS have already been placed for the Chinese market. WINGS will be presented to potential clients in the Far East during the ITMA Asia & CITME 2008.

WINGS is a complete winding machine for POY yarn. This innovative solution integrates the godets and winding unit into one system for the first time.

It was developed to increase the productivity and efficiency of POY spinning machines. The new concept is summed up in its name: Winding INtegrated Godet Solution – or WINGS for short.

Oerlikon Textile


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