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Mahlo shows new production methods at Dhaka open house

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Mar '20
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German machine manufacturer, Mahlo, along with six other partners, showed innovative and sustainable production methods to the 250 or so decision-makers from the local textile industry who were present at the recently held open house in Dhaka. Leading textile machinery supplier, Tootal Quality Resources hosted the event for the Bangladesh textile industry.

Together with its partners Mahlo, Brazzoli, Cubotex, Ferraro, Hohenstein Institute (Oeko Tex), Mario Crosta, and Bangpoo Chemicals, Tootal had designed an interesting and informative program for its guests - the who’s who of the industry. The interplay of current developments and green technology were the dominant themes.

For Mahlo, sales manager, Thomas Höpfl, and area sales manager, Adnan Andac, presented ways in which control systems in production improve overall performance and profit. “

“Textile producers are confronted with many challenges such as sustainability, various consumer demands, increased quality requirements or rising costs for raw materials and personnel. Meeting all these requirements is demanding and time-consuming. The solution: data-based textile production based on the principles of Industry 4.0. Without a coupling of machinery, information transparency and technical support, sustainable production is no longer possible,” Höpfl said in a Malho press release.

For practical implementation, the think tank from Bavaria has developed the mSmart digitisation concept. Its system modules, including the control room software mPilot and the data analysis tool mLog, enable the machines to communicate with each other and guarantee the machine operator full transparency of the data. In their presentation, Höpfl and Andac also showed which process control systems Mahlo uses to make the processes around the stenter frame traceable and thereby controllable.

The expert audience listened attentively to the technical presentations of all speakers and then used the opportunity for intensive discussions. The open house thus fulfilled the organisers’ goal of providing a networking platform where entrepreneurs, industry experts and scientists can exchange their insights on technology trends. An entertaining supporting programme between the presentations with laser show, folklore dancers, and music provided a light-hearted atmosphere and kept the attention high. In addition, action islands with games such as a golf simulator or wheel of fortune created a suitable setting for informal discussions.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (GK)


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