China has been and is an increasingly important market for the Swedish machinery producers.
“We know and understand the Chinese market, and we realize the trends for the future that will shape the Chinese textile and garment industry,” TMAS President Mikael Äremann said. “We work in close collaboration with our customers and understand the market drivers. This enables us to constantly drive innovative breakthroughs in order for our customers to stay competitive.”
“Swedish machines always deliver groundbreaking technology that will allow the customers in China to be flexible and innovative in their solutions to their customers. Local production and assembly of machinery are other Swedish ways to improve the customer experience and increasing demand for customized solutions,” TMAS Secretary General Therese Premler-Andersson added.
IRO (H3 C01) will be displaying its range of yarn feeding equipment, which is optimized to meet the demands of advanced modern weaving machinery. The feeders incorporate innovative energy-efficient permanent magnet motor design and incorporate developments such as easy “plug and play” for connecting intelligent accessories and an improved threading-up system.
Eltex (H3 C10) will have its new Eltex EyE Yarn Tension Monitoring System on display. The system monitors the yarn tension on all positions in real-time and you are able to immediately detect any fault position. Eltex EyE greatly helps increase the quality of warp beams. The result is fewer problems, not only when warping, but also in the next step when weaving or tufting. The system is suitable for applications such as warping, winding, etc.
Eton Systems (HS B14) will show its concept for material handling, developed to create efficiency, increase production and full traceability. The machines incorporate a real-time information system and the necessary tools to improve the manufacturing processes through powerful software programs.
ES Automatex (H5 D04) delivers high-performance automated systems with high reliability, designed to meet specific customer requests – such as automated sewing units for home textile, bags or garments.