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Asia to be top growth market for textile machinery parts
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Jun '18
Asia will remain the biggest growth market for textile machinery parts in various segments in the near future, according to Johan Steegh, managing director of Germany-headquartered Kern-Liebers Textile, which offers a complete range of needles, sinkers and components for weft and warp knitting machines. Steegh said this in an interview with Fibre2Fashion.

The Asian region is the major market now for our main original equipment manufacturing (OEM) partners in Europe as well as for our products in general, he said.

The group comprises Kern-Liebers Knitting Parts, Saxonia Textile Parts and Bayerische Nadelleistenfabrik Leistner among 50 companies spread over 40 locations around the world.

The group also sees a very strong demand for its sinkers and guide needles for the warp knit market and a continuously high demand in the flat knitting sector. “The strongest growth that we are expecting is for elements and needles for large diameter machines,” added Steegh. (DS)

For the full interview, please click here.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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