The manufacturer carried out the assessment required for STeP certification, including the company audit, in just a few weeks.
The machine processes carbon, glass, basalt, aramid and high-strength polyester fibres, whilst making maximum use of the yarns, with no waste.
With a focus on the European production, garment makers from the Euro-Mediterranean area will offer alternatives to the more exotic productions.
On display will be the newest version of the 3D design system, as well as the latest Wholegarment knitwear samples.
In line with its international shows, all six Paris shows will now become Première Vision Paris, the global event for fashion industry professionals.
Many colours for spring 2016, as seen at Filo, are delicate, a little pale and interesting in the way they are put together, Janet Prescott reports from Milan.
The exhibition, with a gross size of over 200,000 square metres, will be complemented by several knowledge exchange and networking platforms.
Tea sets made from electro-plated knit, exhibits by internationally renowned designers, samples of 3D print will all be part of the exhibition.
German textile machinery manufacturers were satisfied with the contacts and will continue to address the Ethiopian market by offering state-of-the-art solutions.
In addition to Nilit sites in the US, China and Israel, this acquisition complements the company’s global nylon 6.6 manufacturing operations.