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Textile firm Nan Yang installs Brückner's stenter machine
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Jan '17
Nan Yang
Nan Yang
Nan Yang, a leading textile group in Thailand and largest vertically integrated apparel companies in Asia engaged in manufacturing readymade knitted garments, knitted fabrics, and cotton yarn, has installed stenter machine from Brückner, leading producer of high-tech lines for the dry finishing of knitted and woven fabrics, for their heat-setting operations.

The high drying performance in combination with a very homogeneous air flow and temperature distribution because of the alternating arranged thermo zones and the proven split-flow design with separately adjustable upper and lower air were some of the features that convinced the customer. Reproducible finishing results and the robust design ensuring a long service life of the machines are further strong advantages of the Brückner stenter.

Nan Yang produces 20,000 MT of yarn per year. Their 425 circular knitting machines produce 20,000 MT of fabrics and the garmenting facilities in Thailand & Laos produce 31 million pieces of readymade knitted apparel each year. The company sets up a new garment unit in Vietnam with a capacity to produce 18 million pieces per year which will start operations in 2017.

The company has installed sophisticated machinery imported from Germany, Japan, US, Italy, Taiwan, Switzerland, and many other European countries to ensure a fast and efficient production, reduction of costs, optimum equipment utilisation, and reduced manpower. (GK)

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