Are you constantly faced with new challenges during your work or studies, with no two days the same? Do you need to react flexibly to new demands practically overnight? Regardless of whether you are active in production or procurement in a textile-related company, working on the future of textiles as a student or have a private interest in technologies relating to all aspects of textile production, with the myGrozBeckert update, an app is hitting the stores that is as unique as the tasks you face on a daily basis and can be adapted to suit changing requirements at any time.
myGrozBeckert has been bringing the textile world together in one app and making textile knowledge available anytime and anywhere since 2011. Since then, the app has been constantly developed.
The latest version now offers the option of transforming it into your personal and individually configured work tool: In future, you will decide for yourself and define which tools and products are most important to you and which topics you would like information on. You can also adjust your favorites to suit your needs.
myGrozBeckert works with all iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, and is available in German, English, and Chinese. You can download the free app through the Google Play Store, the Apple App Store or through various Chinese app stores (Anzhi, Tencent, MIUI).
Have fun discovering the new options now offered by myGrozBeckert.
We are proud to announce our exclusive partnership with James H. Heal Ltd. in Finland, Sweden, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania!
At James Heal, they combine expertise, design and innovation to create ‘extraordinary testing solutions’. Their aim is to eliminate the myths, complexities and inaccuracies of conventional instruments, test materials and calibration procedures. Established in 1872, James Heal is an international engineering company renowned worldwide for delivering premium quality, reliable and innovative materials testing solutions. From its core manufacturing and commercial headquarters in the United Kingdom, the company specialises in the design and production of Testing Instruments and Test Materials (consumables) supported by industry leading Service and Support.
Read more about James Heal on their website www.james-heal.co.uk
2013: with the launch of ECOfree, Tonello takes denim ozone treatment to the next level.
2017: four years later, Tonello comes back to revolutionise the market with the latest evolution of its most avant-garde technology, even more efficient and higher performing.
In fact, the newest evolution of ECOfree allows you to treat your garments with ozone both in water and in air. Thanks to adopting cold plasma generators we are able to obtain higher concentrations of ozone with lower oxygen and electrical energy consumption compared with traditional systems.
An ecological process: lower consumption of electricity and water; shorter processing times; purification costs reduced to a minimum; absolute safety for the operator and for the final consumer: these are, very briefly, the benefits of the new ECOfree 2 that we detail below:
– 3 systems in one: washing machine able to treat with ozone in air and in water. This results in greater flexibility
– With the combination of both processes, ozone in the air and in the water, and traditional washes, new effects are obtained.
More information: Tonello Blog
Rieter has acquired the SSM Textile Machinery Division (SSM) from Schweiter Technologies AG, Horgen (Switzerland).
SSM is the world’s leading supplier of precision winding machines in the fields of dyeing, weaving and sewing thread preparation and enjoys success in individual segments of filament yarn production. In the fiscal year 2016, SSM generated net sales of CHF 85.9 million with 246 employees and achieved an EBITDA margin of 14.8%.
The purchase price amounts to CHF 124.2 million, consisting of an enterprise value of CHF 100.0 million and liquid funds. Rieter is financing the purchase price from existing funds. The acquisition will have a positive impact on earnings per share.
SSM comprises the companies SSM Schärer Schweiter Mettler AG in Horgen and subsidiaries in Italy and China. SSM is also represented worldwide with twelve of its own service stations and 80 agents in all major markets.
With this acquisition, Rieter is investing in adjacent fields of the textile value chain. SSM has a strong brand and generates stable cash flows with an attractive EBITDA margin. SSM’s expertise in the field of precision winding offers opportunities for Rieter in the business with short-staple spinning machines. Rieter will continue to operate SSM in its current form and with the existing management. The business will be attached to the Business Group Components as an independent unit.
Impossible not anymore
That’s how ideas are killed off before they are even born. That’s how people are discouraged from trying new things. That’s what stops markets from evolving and innovating.
The market for technical weaving machines is like that. Where we hear things like “For our customers, speed is of lesser importance.” Or “Only very bespoke technical solutions can meet the hyper-specialist needs of our customers.” Or even “Our customers are specialized, they don’t need flexible machines.”
Meet Team Technical live at Techtextil Frankfurt, or in these videos …
The future of tech lies in textiles, or smart textiles, to be more exact. Now that new technologies allow manufacturers to add extra features to their clothes, curtains and car upholstery, technical textiles are the new normal. If there’s any secret of success, it lies in the ability to combine functionality with style and comfort. At the Techtextil 2017 (9-12 May), Tanatex will introduce you to six textile solutions that help you achieve just that. Can’t wait that long? Read on for a sneak preview!
At the forthcoming Fespa 2017 (8 – 12.5.2017) exhibition we have a great pleasure to invite you to visit the stands of our principals, where they will be presenting their products for the digital printing industry.
Please read more about Fespa 2017 on our Exhibition & Events page
At the forthcoming Techtextil 2017 (9 – 12.5.2017) exhibition we have a great pleasure to invite you to visit the stands of our principals, where they will be presenting their products for the technical textile industry.
Please read more about Techtextil 2017 on our Exhibition & Events page