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SpinningMarzoli clarifies 2025 roadmap for India

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Marzoli, one of the leading brands in spinning solutions, met a lot of textile professionals, mainly from India and Bangladesh, at ITME, one of the most important events for the textile machinery sector in India, on December 8-13. The company had the opportunity to showcase the value of Marzoli products portfolio for the spinning sector, with a special focus on Roving Frame Technology and combing machine, combined with the whole range of digital solutions for the textile industry. They had also interesting discussions with customers about their next investment projects. In addition, the company welcomed in an exclusive location near the India Expo Centre & Mart, a delegation of more than 80 Indian customers and journalists to share and present their ‘2025 strategic roadmap for India’ which has the ambitious goal to shape the future of the Indian textile industry. During the event, Vardhman Textiles Limited Joint Managing Director & Business Head (Spinning) Neeraj Jain, shared his viewpoint on the current global market scenario, highlighting the short and medium terms developments.

Marzoli started its journey in the Indian market ten years ago with the first branch in Bangaluru and now, in its new 115,000 square ft plant in Coimbatore, are building the future of Marzoli India. The ‘Marzoli strategic roadmap for India’ is based on 6 pillars: ‘Made in India’, Digitalization and AI, Automation, Italian design, customized engineering services and circular economy.

Marzoli presented their ‘2025 strategic roadmap for India’ in a special event

Marzoli India aims to achieve the full increment of 40% in production capacity by the end of 2023

In terms of ‘Made in India’, the company is increasing the production capacity for the whole product portfolio thanks to the assembly of machinery and systems in their plant in Coimbatore and they aim to achieve the full increment of 40% by the end of 2023. In addition, the company’s Digi4spin centre based in Marzoli India will support the customer through advanced remote services and training activities. Digi4spin will sustain the corporate organization for accelerating the digital transformation processes and culture through a specialized academy as well as promote the adoption of A.I. technologies in the industry. The company also believe that automation, directly connected with Digitization and AI, constitutes the enabling platform necessary to standardize quality, improve performance and productivity. The capability to fit an advanced automation system into the existing ecosystem, improving workplace conditions, workers’ engagement, while reducing wearing and alienating tasks, is a tailor-made approach that the company is going to deliver and promote through Marzoli India.

In the scope of Italian design, they combine innovation, for the development of new products and processes from a sustainable and digital point of view and tradition, to fully take advantage of the experience and competences gained over the year and transform them into well-established know-how. Marzoli India also addresses the needs of its customers with tailored solutions in the scope of customized engineering services and aims to be an open house for their customers, where different ecosystems can meet and share ideas to create disruptive concepts and solutions. 

Besides, its circularity program is aimed at promoting a synergic supply chain able to realize full industrial projects for the regeneration of valuable fibres from post-industrial and post-consumer fabrics. They plan to establish this circular alliance involving strategic stakeholders by the end of 2025.

Marzoli India aims to achieve the full increment of 40% in production capacity by the end of 2023

The 2025 roadmap is the first step toward a long-term vision

The following statements include in the future plan statement made by Marzoli: “Empowering people as a key resource for the textile industry of the future is our goal. We want to create an expanded ecosystem engaging customers, strategic suppliers, institutions, textile schools and research centres. Working with them in a proactive way. In the next three years, we are going to create a programme of cooperation to promote the development of the next generation of engineers dedicated to Advanced Automation, Robotics, and A.I. for the textile industry. By the end of 2024, we will launch dedicated workshops aimed at implementing open innovation approach in collaboration with the technical and maintenance teams of our customers. This 2025 ambitious roadmap is, for Marzoli, the first necessary step to realize its long-term vision for India.”

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