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24th January 2017, Leonberg

Leading Thai textile producer orders Brückner stenter

Mr Ben, CEO of Nan Yang Textile Group, Thailand. © Nan Yang Textile Group / Brückner GroupNan Yang Textile Company, a leading textile group in Thailand and one of the largest vertically integrated apparel companies in Asia, has ordered a Brückner stenter for the company’s heat-setting operations.

Some of the features of the Brückner Power-Frame stenter include the high drying performance, in combination with a homogeneous air flow and temperature distribution, achieved due to the alternatingly arranged thermos-zones and the split-flow design with separately adjustable upper and lower air. Reproducible finishing results and the robust design ensuring a long service life of the machines are further strong advantages of the stenter, the company reports.

A family-owned machinery producer with nearly 70 years of experience, the Brückner group, with head office and production site located in Germany, is known as technologically leading producer of high-tech lines for the dry finishing of knitted and woven fabrics, as well as of technical textiles, nonwovens and floor coverings.

Nan Yang

Nan Yang is a manufacturer and marketer of the readymade knitted garments, knitted fabrics and cotton yarn. The garment division has modern machines to ensure the bulk production of T-shirts, polo shirts, night shirts, pyjamas, leggings, shorts, sportswear and two piece sets made of cotton and cotton blends with elastane or viscose. The company produces yarn-dyed stripes and prints. Clients, among others, include Nike, Uniqlo, Lotus, Under Armour, and adidas.

Nan Yang produces 20,000 metric tonnes of yarn per year. Its 425 circular knitting machines produce 20,000 metric tonnes of fabrics, and the garmenting facilities in Thailand and Laos produce 31 million pieces of ready-made knitted apparel each year. The company sets up a new garment unit in Vietnam with a capacity to produce 18 million pieces per year which will start operations in 2017.

The company has already installed machinery imported from Germany, Japan, US, Italy, Taiwan, Switzerland, and many other European countries to ensure a fast and efficient production, reduction of costs, optimum equipment utilisation and reduced manpower.


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