Automation, flexibility, integration 3 major future trends: Rieter

07 Jun '21
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Pic: Rieter
Pic: Rieter

The three major future trends in the spinning machinery business are automation, flexibility and integration, according to Norbert Klapper, chief executive officer of Switzerland-based Rieter, which supplies systems for short-staple fibre spinning.

Automation relates to running the machines with minimum operators; flexibility means to be able to produce a broad range of yarns at low changeover cost; and integration involves connecting the spinning machines and integrating them into a system, Klapper told Fibre2Fashion in an interview.

An additional trend is sustainable yarn production, which implies producing yarn at the lowest possible consumption of resources, particularly energy and raw material, and spinning regenerated fibres into a good yarn. In both areas, Rieter is making significant investments, he added.

For the full interview, please click here.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (DS)

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