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Covid 19 – is this the right time to enter meltblown technology?
For simple face masks, a crowd production has been established. Europe’s sewing machines are running again, in living rooms, at theater workshops, sail producers and at still remaining garment productions. All kind of textile materials, nonwovens, woven and knitted fabrics are used.
The textile and clothing industry supplies protective equipment in the fight against corona
The corona crisis has not stopped at the European textile and clothing industry. Global supply chains are tearing apart, missing supplies of raw materials or yarns are causing the production lines in the following process stages to come to a standstill, the major car manufacturers have stopped production with extreme consequences for suppliers from the textile industry, stationary clothing trade has come to a virtual standstill, orders are being cancelled. Every company is currently facing a multitude of tasks that have never existed before and now need to be solved.
New platform for the nonwovens industry
For more than 60 years, in our journal Technical Textiles/Technische Textilien we have been reporting on the most innovative and exciting field in the textile industry – and we have been doing so with expert journalistic competence in the fields of textile technology.
Innovations, trends and highlights in nonwovens mechanical engineering
ITMA 2019 in Barcelona is history. All well-known mechanical engineering companies in the industry were represented at the fair. Obviously – and this seems to be emerging as a trend – fewer real machines and systems were being presented. Instead, machine suppliers showed detailed models of plant concepts or used electronic possibilities for presentation (augmented reality).