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China exported textile machines worth $3.4 bn in 2017

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Dec '18
China exported textile machines worth $3.4 bn in 2017
The export of textile machines from China in 2017 amounted to $3.4 billion, a significant improvement from $2.98 billion in 2016. It also exported $0.62 billion worth of ancillaries in 2017. China-made textile machinery constitutes one-third of the global textile machinery export market and the country produces over 600 kinds of machines and ancillaries.

“Textile machinery enterprises have made great efforts in promoting technology innovations that suit the needs of the market. From national policy constraints to the promotion of environmental awareness in the industry, machinery companies have adopted more eco-friendly production technologies. In spinning and weaving, there are innovative technologies for energy saving and emission reduction,” Gu Ping, vice president, China Textile Machinery Association (CTMA), told Fibre2Fashion.

The CTMA, established in May 1990, has 663 members. It is a social and economic group comprising enterprises and institutions voluntarily organised by the textile machinery and equipment industry, and is a corporate legal entity approved by the ministry of civil affairs of China.

Talking about the level of penetration of technologies such as AI and IoT, Ping said, “Chinese textile machinery companies focus on innovation in these areas. Some products have achieved a high-level such as the printing sector; the pattern of printing and dyeing equipment has been applied by artificial vision detection technology.”

Ping added that the association plans to continue promoting technological advancement in the industry and help companies develop in international markets. (KD)

Click here to read the complete interview.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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