New warp knitted fabrics with seersucker look: Karl Mayer particularly sees potential for clothing and home textile manufacturers in Turkey. © Karl Mayer Gruppe

19/01/2021 – Bringing movement to the surface

Bringing movement to the surface

Karl Mayer: First warp knitted textiles with a seersucker effect

The word seersucker originates from Persian. The fabrics offer many advantages are traditionally produced on rapier looms. By  Editorial staff

Kipas Vice Chairman of the Board Ahmet Öksüz (centre) receives the certificate of excellence for machine utilisation from Monforts Regional Representative Thomas Päffgen and Ahmet Ciliç CEO of Neotek, the Monforts service partner in Turkey. © Monforts

03/12/2020 – EU supports cotton project

EU supports cotton project

A. Monforts: Key role for Kipas

Kipas, Kahramanmaras, Turkey, is currently installing its third Monforts Montex stenter in a combined configuration dedicated to denim production. By  Editorial staff

TexCoat: Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, the installations in the USA and in Turkey were completed in just 60 days. © Baldwin

30/10/2020 – Innovative precision spray systems

Innovative precision spray systems

Baldwin defies the Corona Pandemic

Baldwin installs six precision spray systems in 60 days for textile manufacturers in the US and Turkey to enhance productivity. By  Editorial staff

The ITM 2021 Exhibition to be held between 22 and 26 June 2021 in Istanbul. © ITM

21/09/2020 – Turkish Textile Sector

Turkish Textile Sector

ITM 2021 will crown the success

ITM 2021 Exhibition to be held between 22 and 26 June 2021. By  Editorial staff

Ahmed Jahangir, executive Director of Nishat Textile Mills, Karatschi, Pakistan: “The demand for textile masks worldwide will continue even after the pandemic is over.” © Onuchcha/stock.adobe.com

07/09/2020 – Turning challenges into opportunities

Turning challenges into opportunities

Mask production in the age of Corona – a global view

Many Asian textile and garment suppliers are manufacturing textile masks to meet the robust global demand for masks and protective gowns. By  Manik Mehta, New York