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ATE to bring BMSvision's MES to Indian textile industry
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Dec '16
Right to left: G Aras, A.T.E.; Lieven Huysentruyt, BMS Belgium; Babu, BMS India. Courtesy: ATE India
Right to left: G Aras, A.T.E.; Lieven Huysentruyt, BMS Belgium; Babu, BMS India. Courtesy: ATE India
ATE has tied up with BMSvision to bring a proven and world-class Manufacturing Execution System (MES) to the textile industry in India. Leading companies all over the world rely on the Belgian Monitoring Systems (BMS) MES for the daily management and optimisation of their operations. ATE will exclusively market BMSvision’s MES products in India.

With over 35 years of experience, BMS is a leading global supplier of MES, with focus on the textile industry. BMSvision offers a wide variety of sensors, MES products and covers all textile manufacturing processes. It is the leading supplier in the field of automated on-loom fabric inspection. Under the name WeaveMaster, it offers a very powerful loom monitoring system.

With the Cyclops scanner and the QualiMaster fabric quality management system, BMSvision offers a unique quality assurance solution for weavers. KnitMaster monitors circular as well as warp knitting machines. For the carpet industry, BMSvision offers TuftMaster – a system to monitor tufting machines as well as carpet looms.

Further, the SpinMaster and the TwistMaster are systems used to make for better yarn manufacturing. Leading companies all over the world rely on the BMS MES for the daily management and optimisation of their operations. BMS has been present more than 30 years in the Indian market and was formerly known as BARCO.

With over 75 years’ experience in the textile industry, ATE is a domain expert across the textile value chain providing end-to-end solutions. The expertise of these partners – ATE and BMSvision – will help many customers in the Indian textile industry improve quality and productivity. (RKS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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