Trützschler Group Presented Innovations to Asian Market

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Attending to ITMA ASIA + CITME 2016, Trützschler Group succeed to gain great interest from Asian market with its booth including 4 divisions.

Trützschler Group presented its innovations at ITMA ASIA + CITME 2016 to Asian market where it is already in a powerful position. Participating to the fair, organized in Shanghai between the dates of 21-25 October, with 4 divisions including spinning, card clothing and man-made fibers, Trützschler Group made a strong impression.

Trützschler’s Spinning divison had already launched the new card TC 15 to global market in ITMA 2015 organized in Milan. This new machine’s introduction to Asian market occured in ITMA ASIA + CITME 2016. Getting great interest from Asian yarn manufacturers, especially Chinese, TC 15 covers every condition of quality, efficiency, flexibility and cost successfully. Increasing the efficiency up to %15 percent compared to the previous model, TC 15 is developed for speeds up to 500 m/min in web doffing and sliver forming. Apart from this system putting productivity forward, foreign part seperator T-SCAN that attracts interest with its 5 different detection technology, was exhibited as well. This technology where five detection technologies work simultaneously in one machine, provides advantage in maximum seperation rate. F-Module detects coloured/dark foreign parts, P-Module detects transparent foreign parts, UV-Module detects fluorescent foreign parts, G-Module detects shiny foreign parts and new LED lighting detects small/thin foreign parts.

Making innovation on Nonwoven segment as well this year, Trützschler Group exhibited its new thermobonding technology in Nonwoven division of its booth. Allowing the production of fluffy webs with permanent 3D structures, this technology was among the products that rise interest in the booth.

In the Man-Made Fibers section, BCF carpet yarns from recycled beverage bottles developed as a result of the partnership with EREMA Engineering were presented.

ITMA ASIA visitors could also observe the new flat tops NOVOTOP 58 for fine combed yarns and NOVOTOP 30 for processing of dyed and recycled fiber.

Markets are Different Demands are The Same

Stating that many visitors from various regions such as Vietnam and Indonesia showed great interest towards their booth, Trützschler Spinning Director Sales, Markus Wurster said that they had a fruitful fair. Expressing that they also made some effective meetings, Wurster explained that in 2017 they are hopeful about Asian market that preserves its activeness.

Defending that even though the market structures are different, all customers have more or less the same demands, Wurster summarized the focus of Asian customers as such; “In investment and production of Asian market, economical efficiency, quality and reliability are among the most wanted criterias like in every market. Meeting these demands and more thus, Trützschler gains the same success even in different markets.”

Giving information about their development in Asian market, Wurster stated; “Asian market is very important for us, in this market China and India forms the great portion of our global improvement. Aside from that, we are very active in Vietnam, Bangladesh, Indonesia and Pakistan markets.”

Speaking about Trützschler’s growth strategy in other important markets other than Asia, Wurster emphasized that the effective communication they developed with their customers is the biggest element of their success. Reminding that they make a productive collaboration with the market and customers thanks to quality service in all regions, Wurster underlined that reliable machine production is another element of their success.

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