Groz-Beckert to present products and service innovations at ITMA 2019

by Apparel Resources News-Desk

24-May-2019  |  2 mins read

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Groz-Beckert, world’s leading provider of industrial needle, will be participating in the upcoming world’s largest international textile and garment technology exhibition ITMA Europe, which will be held from 20 to 26 June in Barcelona, Spain.

The company will be presenting its all six product areas and the Groz-Beckert Academy and the Technology and Development Center (TEZ) will also present their service range spanning across all fields and product areas.

The Academy will be showcasing its comprehensive training range, including a new feature: The plan for digital expansion of the analogue range – to help us remain independent of the event time and location; while TEZ will be presenting its wide range of options for problem solving, optimisations and new developments.

The new offering includes many new innovations and upgradation in their technology. On display will be the knitting machine needles that are specially designed for use in large diameter circular knitting machines that work with staple fibre yarns. Besides, the sock needle is particularly suitable for high loads due to its optimised geometries. A needle for application-oriented use in the field of technical textiles for flat knitting machines and a needle that enables penetration into new dimensions of fineness in the flat knitting sector will also be showcased. In addition, the knitting division is planning various sales campaigns for visitors at the booth.

Also, the visitors will be able to witness Industry 4.0 implementation in their weaving department. The company will be giving a live demo about how innovation and automation could look within weaving preparation. Moreover, they will be displaying the technological solutions in Felting product area and Tufting as well.

Also, Carding solutions will have numerous new developments where visitors can look forward to the new InLine clothing series for the nonwovens industry, further developed cylinder and doffer wires, and stationary and revolving flats for the spinning industry.

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