‘The upside of the total textile finishing market looks promising for the next few years’
What is the most challenging aspect of textile finishing machinery manufacturing and how has been its market in various regions across the world?
The most challenging aspect in our business
is keeping on top of the newest trends in the ever changing technologies. The
push for lower energy and green manufacturing keeps our engineers busy to stay
current. We are always working to keep our equipment at the forefront.
The demand has been steady in the whole Asia, but the business has been moving from country to
seems to have the biggest potential at the moment. We are seeing business from
many areas of Asia, but it is localized when
we do. It has been more country to country more than a region. We have seen
good orders from USA, Honduras, Turkey,
China, and picking up in Bangladesh.
The newest innovations are leading to green
processing, reduced water consumption, enhanced surface finishes. We are
working on several projects in R&D highlights these innovations.
The recent slow market has consolidated
many markets. The upside of the total textile finishing market looks promising
for the next few years. We are looking at several regions that are developing
into major textile production hubs. By 2020, we expect to see a greater growth
in the high fashion market and more demands for green technologies that save on
cost and utility use. We are working to position ourselves to be a leader in
these new innovations.
Published on: 12/07/2014
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