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French innovations at Cinte Techtextil China
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Sep '08
Technical textiles including nonwovens markets in China are growing at a spectacular rate and the Chinese industry produces more and more of what the country needs. This why French machinery manufacturers will participate again in CINTE Techtextil China next October 20/22 in Shanghai.

The French approach is to be specialized manufacturers aiming at niche markets with a tailor made approach to address in depth customers' needs and be their long term partners. “CINTE Techtextil is a main meeting point of this industry in China” says Evelyne CHOLET, Secretary General of the French Textile Machinery Manufacturers' Association.

She adds “the French machinery manufacturers' goal is to be as close as possible to their customers and understand their needs, to listen to them, to better evaluate how they can create value for them.

In fact, the French textile machinery manufacturers are part of the technical textiles industry as they are no longer machines suppliers only but technology partners and it is thanks to the encounter of market needs with the pro-active approaches of technical textiles producers and machinery manufacturers that many new markets have been successfully developed for these fast growing textiles.

We expect to welcome many customers and prospective customers at “CINTE Techtextil

Among the French manufacturers:
LAROCHE (Hall W5 - Stand G 22)
- Recycling: world leader in textile and nonwoven wastes recycling machines. Large capacity “EXEL” and “JUMBO” waste tearing machines as well as the fastest tearing machines for in line with the 'MINITRIM HSP'
- Complete process for bast fibers: to reach the cleanliness and staple lengths required
- High precision fiber opening, blending and dosing lines with the new “EXEL” fine opener
- Airlay: complete Airlay line “FLEXILOFT”
- “RESINFELT” compact Airlay line to manufacture cured and semicured resinated felts for acoustic insulation, molded parts for automotive etc

NSC NONWOVEN (Hall W5 - Stand E 29)
- Thibeau Excelle? cards, Asselin crosslappers, Prodyn?, drafters, needlelooms, Monomatic EasyWinders, VantageWinders and their respective slitters-rewinders
- New features will further improve consistent web quality, high production and productivity, ease of maintenance and minimum downtime, safety and user friendliness
- BattCruise, the WebCruise, the Expert-Scada system, NSC nonwoven will also offer its range
of Axcess equipment with cards and crosslappers for medium performances lines, with no compromise in design qualities at attractive cost

RIETER PERFOJET (Hall W5 - Stand E 29)
- Offers state-of-the-art web forming and web bonding machinery to the nonwoven producers.
- Market leader in spunlace technology with more than 150 spunlace installed: ETlace 3000, and JETlace Essentiel
- Perfect web uniformity in spunbond technology: PERFObond
- A new generation of meltblown system

RITM (Hall W5 - Stand F 21)
Innovative machinery for processing technical yarns:
- Two-for-one twisting & cabling machines for industrial yarns and tire cord
- First and assembly ring twisters for glass fiber
- The flexible Universal Twister UT 50 enables to process yarns for most of the existing technical yarn markets: artificial grass, rubber reinforcement, fishing net, ropes, tarpaulins, conveyor belt reinforcement, glass fibre

French Textile Machinery Manufacturers' Association


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