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Low-carbon product display under one roof
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Mar '11
With increasing global awareness of environmental protection, textile suppliers show uprising demand for environmental friendly machinery produced by social responsible textile machinery makers. The 15th International Exhibition on Textile Industry (ShanghaiTex 2011), being the long-standing textile machinery exhibition in China which will be held at Shanghai New International Expo Centre, Pudong, Shanghai during June 14 - 17, 2011, has welcomed the environmental call from the Government which promote a low-carbon economy.

By providing a professional platform for industry players to display sophisticated products and machineries with environmental concept, ShanghaiTex 2011 successfully attract attention of textile suppliers who would like to upgrade machinery with low-carbon emission and energy saving features.

In recent years, printing, dyeing and finishing industry is undergoing rapid transformation amid the trend of environmental protection. Energy-saving machineries and equipments are in high demand and are expected to keep on increasing under the threat of global warming and the shortages of natural resources.

Following the raising demand from the industry, ShanghaiTex 2011 announced that "Printing, Dyeing & Finishing Machinery & Textile Chemicals Zone" and "Knitting & Hosiery Machinery Zone "are almost full. Exhibitors include: Hong Kong's Fong's, Gofront, Germany's Theis, Groz-Beckert, Denmark's Danfoss, Italy's Brazzoli, Korea's IL Sung, Switzerland's Benninger, etc. Visitors not only can source the environmental-friendly textile products, but also experience the green concept and technology delivered by various exhibitors.

Among them, Korea's IL SUNG will display classic environmental friendly machineries and equipments, including display automatic screen printing machine, double column machine center, squeezing machine, cloth feeding device and washing device, etc. Since the foundation in 1962, IL SUNG is one of the world's largest manufacturers of dyeing and finishing machineries, contributing for dyeing processing industry with firm professionalism, strict quality control and state-of-the-art technology.

Besides, Switzerland's Benninger, which supplies textile finishing and tire cord production machines for more than 150 years and focuses in lowering energy, water and chemical consumption, would like to be at the forefront of the green technology. At ShanghaiTex, Benninger will present Kusters DyePad which is mainly for the domestic and Asian market.

Meanwhile, Germany's Groz-Beckert will bring its energy-saving and environmental-friendly products to ShanghaiTex 2011. This company was awarded the KYOCERA Environment Prize in 2010, which is one of the highest-value competitions for environmental protection in Germany stressing innovation, market potential, environmental relief and also transferability to other companies. Groz-Beckert described, " The litespeed needle is synonymous with precision and innovation in the best sense. For the circular knitting machine, this means up to 20% lower temperature, less energy consumption, reduced oil requirement, minimized oil fogging and enormous carbon dioxide (CO2) reduction."

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