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BRÜCKNER presents different line concepts for non-iron finishing
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Sep '09
For six decades BRÜCKNER is worldwide well-known as supplier of modular and well-tuned lines for the finishing of woven and knitted fabric. The family-run company with domicile and production site in Germany guarantees to its customers the highest possible quality standard and is strictly oriented at the customers' needs. With the example of Messrs. Tianjin Tiange Textile Co. Ltd. in China, BRÜCKNER presents different line concepts for non-iron finishing.

Since 2000 Tianjin Tiange Textile Co. Ltd. is a private company, emanating from the former Tianjin Fuqiang Spinning and Weaving Factory, which had been founded in 1968. Tianjin Tiange Textile specialized mainly on first-class yarn-dyed garments, mainly shirt and blouse fabric. Their trading partners are located in more than 50 countries and regions all over the world and the products will be supplied to Japan, Korea, China and the USA as well as to known European shirt producers in the range of Premium products.

Due to the continuous commitment to produce high-quality yarn-dyed garments, Tianjin Tiange Textile has been certified according to ISO 9001 for quality management and quality assurance, received the Oeko-Tex Standard 100 label and the ISO 14001 certificate for environment management.

By the end of 2008 a moist cross-linking line delivered by BRÜCKNER was set into operation on which mainly shirt and blouse fabrics made of cellulose can be non-iron finished. Tianjin Tiange Textile has in front of the cross-linking unit principally a treatment with liquid ammonia on a corresponding machine. Click here for more details.

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