Italian textile machinery manufacturers are ingenious, “Made in Italy”, and storming ahead of competitors

By Virginia F. Bodmer-Altura, Publisher of TextileFuture Members of ACIMIT, the Italian umbrella organisation of textile machinery manufacturers represents an industrial sector comprising around 300 manufacturers (employing close to 12000 people) and producing machinery for an overall value of about EUR 2.5 billion, with exports amounting to more than 84 % of total sales. Creativity, … More Italian textile machinery manufacturers are ingenious, “Made in Italy”, and storming ahead of competitors

ITMA Preview Part 4 (continued)

We continue our series on the ITMA Barcelona preview with various selected textile machinery manufacturers, and textile chemicals, colorants and additives companies, as well as printing firms from different countries, and in alphabetic order State of the Art“ technology and „Best of Textile“ solutions for Warp Knitting, Warp Preparation and Technical Textiles by Karl Mayer … More ITMA Preview Part 4 (continued)

ITMA Preview Part 3 (continued)

We continue our series on the ITMA Barcelona preview with various selected textile machinery manufacturers, and textile chemicals, colorants and additives companies, as well as printing firms from different countries, and in alphabetic order Archroma prepares for ITMA with 5 innovations and 24 system solutions for enhanced sustainability, colour and performance Archroma, a global leader … More ITMA Preview Part 3 (continued)

Feel the power of Swiss innovation… Part 2 (continued)

The ITMA Preview continues with an extra TextileFutute Newsletter, and it is the second part on Swiss Exhibitors, all in alphabetical order. Rieter opts for digitisation in the spinning industry Technologies •             Global network •             Central Processing Unit and storage capacity & cost •             Sensor/ identification technology •             Data analytics •             Mobile/ wireless communication •             … More Feel the power of Swiss innovation… Part 2 (continued)

Beyond the Downturn: Recession Strategies to take the Lead

Today, TextileFuture is making use of one of the latest strategic report of Bains Company on Recession Strategies. The authors are Tom Holland and Jeff Katzin. Tom Holland is a partner in Bain’s Accelerated Transformation business. Jeff Katzin is a partner in Bain’s Performance Improvement practice. They are based, respectively, in San Francisco and New … More Beyond the Downturn: Recession Strategies to take the Lead