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Rieter awards Com4 compact licence to Nazar Textile
17
Dec '15
Switzerland based spinning technologies producer Rieter has awarded the Com4 compact license to Turkish company Nazar Textile & Trade Inc. for its top-quality compact yarns.

According to a Rieter press release, Nazar Textile laid the foundation stone for a successful spinning company in 1993 with the investment in a rotor spinning plant.

“The company draws on great experience in the field of cotton ginning and trading and this year, it extended its spinning portfolio in the compact spinning area, with the Rieter K 46 compact spinning machine,” it said.

“The capacity with the last expansion amounts to 60,000 spindles and Nazar sets highest quality standards in the yarn production, combined with maximal machine efficiency,” Rieter added.

Through the licensing, Nazar's Com4 compact yarn acquires a significant quality feature in addition to profiting from the intensive cooperation with Rieter.

Production of compact yarns is done at the highest quality level at Nazar and covers the count range Ne 30 to Ne 100 with an annual yarn capacity 12,500 tons.

The greatest share of the produced yarn is sold into the local Turkish market, while a small amount is exported, mostly to Europe and the Near East.

Rieter further added that it actively promotes the supply sources for licensed yarns and also provides a direct link to the licensee via the Rieter website.

“Customers who decide in favour of a Com4 yarn licence have the opportunity to use the know-how of Rieter specialists and to obtain support with specific projects,” the company stated. (AR)

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