July 13, 2024

India ITME Society Hosts Textile Tech Session At Bharat Tex 2024

The Indian Textile Industry witnessed a historic moment during Bharat Tex 2024, as India ITME Society, a 45-year-old apex industry body, spearheaded an enthralling session on Manufacturing Technologies for Textiles. Held on February 27, 2024, at Bharat Mandapam, the session showcased the latest advancements in textile machinery and technology, setting the stage for a new era of innovation and growth.

LMW’s Smart Solutions: Setting New Standards for Productivity and Quality
M. Sankar, Director (Operations) at Lakshmi Machine Works Ltd. (LMW), led the discussion on LMW’s state-of-the-art smart solutions for benchmark productivity and quality. LMW’s innovative Auto Blend LA10 machinery emerged as a game-changer, capable of seamlessly blending a wide range of materials with unparalleled precision. With features like online weight variation monitoring, LMW’s solutions promise consistency, excellence and significant cost savings for textile manufacturers.

Stäubli’s Advanced Weaving Solutions: Pioneering Technological Breakthroughs
Surjit Singh Mahajan, Managing Director of Stäubli India Pvt. Ltd., shed light on Stäubli’s advanced weaving solutions for technical fabrics. From producing one-piece woven (OPW) airbags to custom fabrics for lightweight construction, Stäubli’s New TF series weaving systems for technical textiles offer unmatched efficiency and flexibility. With a strong focus on sustainability, they design products with high longevity and recyclability, setting new standards for eco-friendly textile manufacturing.

ColorJet’s ‘Made in India’ Technological Advancement: A Global Phenomenon
M S Dadu, Chairman of ColorJet India Ltd, highlighted the remarkable journey towards digital textile printing excellence. Honoured by the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Bharat Tex 2024, ColorJet’s ‘Made in India’ machines captured the attention of global leaders. With a commitment to leveraging innovative technology and fostering indigenous innovation, ColorJet continues to revolutionize the digital textile printing landscape, positioning India as a global leader in textile technology.

Savio’s Innovative Spinning Solutions: Redefining Textile Manufacturing
Dr. Franco Bonello, Managing Director of Vandewiele – Savio India Pvt. Ltd., emphasized Savio’s role as a technological leader in the textile machinery industry. From machine learning for preventive maintenance to AI for quality monitoring, Savio’s focus on innovation and customer-centricity drives the development of groundbreaking products. Savio’s new Lybra Smart spinner marks a significant milestone in airjet spinning technology, offering unique spinning options and enhanced post-spinning processes.

KTTM’s Commitment to Excellence: Setting New Standards in Textile Machinery
Hisahiro Koketsu, Managing Director of Kirloskar Toyota Textile Machinery Pvt. Ltd., highlighted KTTM’s commitment to safety, quality and production excellence. With a capacity to produce 65,000 spindles/month, KTTM’s global model RX 300 has provided versatility and reliability to the Indian market. Amidst volatile market conditions, KTTM continues to expand its global footprint, delivering cutting-edge solutions to meet evolving industry demands.

Driving Growth and Innovation: The Future of India’s Textile Landscape
The session concluded with Avinash Mayekar, MD of Suvin Expo LLP, summarizing the key highlights and outlining the path forward for India’s textile industry. With a focus on efficiency, quality and sustainability, textile ventures are poised for exponential growth, propelled by cutting-edge technology and innovative solutions. India ITME Society remains a trusted partner in advancing the textile engineering industry of India, fostering brand building and facilitating global connections for machinery manufacturers.

In essence, the enthralling session on Manufacturing Technologies for Textiles at Bharat Tex 2024 served as a catalyst for transformation, paving the way for a vibrant and prosperous future for India’s textile industry.

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