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CommunicA.T.E. – January 2017

The latest edition of A.T.E.'s e-magazine for the textile industry, with a special feature on India ITME 2016.

CommunicA.T.E. – January 2017

  1. 1. A.T.E. and its principals at INDIA ITME 2016 FOOTFALLSTOTAL AREA PRODUCTS LAUNCHED BUSINESS SEGMENTS 8500+ 2100+ 11 9 Wider width card “TC 15" alongwith T-Move and Jumbo cans by Truetzschler  Twin delivery draw-frame "TD 9T" by Truetzschler  Five module contamination remover “TS T5" by Truetzschler  5A auto-doffing speed frames from Saurer Textile Solutions  EcoPulsarS automatic winder by Savio  MultiCell Filter MCV by Luwa  Axial flow fan series B600 by Luwa  Innovative sizing machine PROSIZE® by KARL MAYER  Automatic sectional warper ISOMATIC by KARL MAYER  Advanced GA738-II terry rapier loom by Hangzhou Huahong  SPINFO – the online individual spindle monitoring system by MAG Spinning and Spinning Accessories Weaving and Knitting Processing and Processing Accessories Digital Printing Technical Textiles Waste Water Treatment Garmenting Carpet Automation square metres January 2017E-magazine for our customers A.T.E. ENTERPRISES PRIVATE LIMITED Bhagwati House, A-19, CTS No. 689, Veera Desai Road, Andheri West, Mumbai - 400 053, India T: +91-22-6676 6100 E: teg@ateindia.com W: www.ategroup.com
  2. 2. 2 Dear Business Partners, I am happy to connect with you through this page of our company n e w s l e t t e r , CommunicATE, in our special issue on ITME 2016! As we approach the financial year end, the I n d i a n e c o n o m y p r e s e n t s a m i x e d picture. On one side we had some waves due to demonetisation, but with GDP pegged to 6.5 to 6.75% this fiscal, and expected to rebound to between 6.75% to 7.5% next year, the overall situation still looks reasonably healthy. The scenario in the Indian textile industry too is no different. Here we also have an additional silver lining – the successful completion of ITME 2016 held from 3 to 8 December 2016 at Mumbai, which attracted a huge footfalls – 1.10 lacs+ from close to 75 countries. ITME is a major event, one that is keenly awaited by both the key stakeholders – the textile machinery manufacturers and the textile industry. It provides an excellent platform for the machinery manufacturers around the world to showcase the latest in textile technology, and for the textile mills to keep abreast with the latest developments and choose the best of the technology to maintain and or to improve their competitive edge globally. It is imperative for the Indian textile industry to continuously focus on innovation/technical upgradation to exploit global business opportunities in textiles with the global apparel market size projected to reach US$ 2.6 trillion by 2025 from US $ 1.7 trillion in 2015 with India’s share expected to rise from US $ 59 billion to US $ 180 billion @ 12% CAGR (source: Wazir report). The mood at the event surely indicates that the Indian textile industry is looking for and is ready to grab this opportunity by making investments in the right technology. At A.T.E. we along with our principals were present in full strength at ITME 2016, occupying a total area of 2100 sq. m. In all, 30+ of our principals participated in this exhibition with over 100 representatives from our overseas principals attending this event.A.T.E. had a stall of 576 sq. m. in the Processing hall no. 6, in which we had 23 of our principals with individual stalls that include Fongs’ Group, Monforts, Mahlo, Osthoff, Stalam, Texpa, Zimmer, Corino and many more. We also showcased our group company products and solutions here - A.T.E. Envirotech, EcoAxis and the Flow Technology business units of A.T.E. were also present in this stall. Our principals like Truetzschler, Savio, MAG, Luwa, and Karl Mayer had their stalls, while we also had separate stalls for TeraSpin and Valence from the A.T.E. group. We had a number of product launches by many of our principals. There was major interest at the Truetzschler stand, with displays of the new wider width card TC 15 along with the new concept of T-Move and Jumbo cans, the twin delivery draw-frame TD 9T, and the five module contamination remover TS T5. At the other end of the textile value chain, there was the launch of the high productivity Polo Placket by Juki. A number of innovative products and solutions were on display at all of stalls that generated avid interest amongst the visitors. You will find brief information on these highlights that were on display in the following pages. A.T.E. is always looked upon as the source for the latest in technology and best practices in every field it operates in. We were delighted to have a large number of guests to our stalls that included industry captains, entrepreneurs, and senior executives from many of the leading textile mills, as well many senior government officials. We were pleased we had the opportunity to demonstrate and explain the latest offerings from theA.T.E. group and our principals. We finalised a number of orders for various products at the show and we also received a number of serious enquiries. I am sure that the coming years will be exciting for the Indian and Bangladeshi textile industries with the projected growth in the world market size for apparels and made-ups. ForA.T.E. it has been a long journey of partnership with the textile industry and we will continue to be in the forefront in providing the latest technology solutions and best services to help the textile industry to take advantage of every emerging opportunity. Anuj Bhagwati Managing Director From the Managing Director
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  4. 4. 4 TeraSpin stall Savio Group stallTruetzschler stall (L to R) Mr Babu (BMS India), Mr James Pates and Mr Lieven Huysentruyt (BMS Belgium) Spinning Solutions: A.T.E. reinforced its formidable presence in the spinning segment with innovative spinning solutions showcased by Truetzschler, Truetzschler Card Clothing, Truetzschler Non-wovens, Savio, Luwa, Innospin, MAG, DeChang, TeraSpin, BMSVision, Datatex, Saurer Textile Solutions, and Xorella. Truetzscher introduced the new wider width card TC 15 along with the new concept of T-Move and Jumbo cans, the five module contamination remover TS T5, the twin delivery draw-frame TD 9T in which one head keeps running even if the other head has a stoppage. Savio presented the new Eco PulsarS winding machine, its latest model with a sustainable eco-green advantage. Luwa launched the new MultiCell filter MCV with its compact and space saving design and the new efficient and power saving axial flow fan series B600. Saurer Textile Solutions showcased the new 5Aautodoffing speed frame. On display at the show were the new card from Truetzschler India TC 10 and the comber TCO12, products of Truetzschler Card Clothing and Truetzschler Non-wovens, Sirius TFO twisting machine from Savio, MAG’s range of testing equipment which included HVT1401, TensoMaster, UH Expert and SPINFO – the online individual spindle monitoring system and DeChang’s compact conversion machine in running condition. TeraSpin of A.T.E. group displayed its range of spindles and drafting systems. Xorella highlighted its technological superiority in conditioning and heat-setting plants with XO SMART, XO TREND and XO SELECT. Datatex, which offers its ERP solutions specially configured for the textile and apparel companies, and BMS Vision which offers a wide variety of sensors and MES (Manufacturing Execution System) also exhibited their capabilities at this show. MAG stall DeChang Texma stall
  5. 5. 5 January 2017 (L to R): Mr Joseph Thomson, Dr Michael Schuerenkraemer, Mr Hiren Shah (Ruby Mills), Dr Dirk Burger and Mr Laxmikanth Rathi Savio Group alongwith A.T.E. felicitating Falcon Yarns Pvt Ltd TeraSpin felicitating Banswara Syntex (L to R): Mr Naresh Kumar, Mr K P Singh (TeraSpin), Mr Laxmikanth Rathi, Mr Anuj Bhagwati, Mr Ravi Toshniwal and Mr R L Toshniwal (Banswara Syntex) Mr Abhinav (Ramco Group) handing over purchase order for EcoPulsarS L 90 and L 64 both with Multicone layering system and with twin splicers to Mr Mauro Moro (Savio) TeraSpin felicitating Mr Hari Ram Sharma (Orient Syntex) Laxmikanth Rathi with Mr Himanshu Dasani and team of Arvind Limited Mr Heinrich Truetzschler (Truetzschler Group) (extreme right) in discussion with Mr Balkrishna Goenka (Welspun Group) (extreme left) (L to R): Mr S K Murarka (Himson), Mr Amitabh Vora, Mr Anil Sharma, Mr J K Sharma (Himson) and Mr H Khanna
  6. 6. 6 Mr Walter Leung (Sales Director, Fong’s) (3rd from left) in discussion with delegates from Reliance Industries Team of CHTC Fong’s group Processing Pride: Representing the world leaders in the processing segment, A.T.E. exhibited its unique capabilities as an end-to-end solution provider in textile processing at ITME 2016. Each of A.T.E.’s principals, A.T.E. Envirotech, B-Tex, Corino, Colour Service, Fongs’ Group, Guarneri, Monforts, Mahlo, Osthoff, Stalam,Texpa, and Zimmer showcased their technological innovations in their respective fields. Fongs’exhibited its new generation TEC series high temperature soft flow dyeing machine of 600 kg per charge loading capacity. This state-of- the-art machine is suitable for different dyeing process as for natural, synthetic, and blended fibers. Corino exhibited the “Super Slit” wet slit opener for cotton and synthetics knits to process in open width form suitable for every production requirement, offering highest productivity and minimum stretch on fabric. Color Service launched its compact version of liquid chemical dispensing system DLV-M, specially designed for the Indian customers, equipped with various features. B-Tex displayed its fabric inspection-cum-rolling machine with auto-packing and inspection and grading software (IGS-4 point grading system), where it automatically cuts the fabric at desired length, removes samples, generate reports and poly packs the fabric roll for despatch. Also on display were a range of accessories which include metal detectors from CEIA, rubber belts from Dunline, world renowned brands of pumps for textile from A.T.E. A.T.E. Envirotech (A.T.E. group) presented its expertise in wastewater treatment and recycle for the textile industry. It showcased the S-disc thickner from Huber. Valence (A.T.E. group) displayed various solutions for textile applications such as electrostatic charging and discharging solutions, heat exchangers, waste heat recovery system, viscosity controllers, etc. A.T.E.’s Business Unit, EcoAxis, showcased IoTsolutions (Smart Manufacturing Suite) for textiles. The Fong’s machine on display (L to R): Mr Anuj Bhagwati with Mr Bhupinder Singh (B-Tex) The Super-slit from Corino on display The S-disc thickener from Huber on display
  7. 7. 7 January 2017 (L to R): Mr Rajeev Mittal, Mr Vinayak Mittal from Aarti International and Mr G V Aras (L to R seated): Mr Stephan Kehry (Mahlo), Mr S Rajendran, Mr R Jagdish Chandran (Premier group) and Mr Rohit Rajendran (Premier group) Mr S K Khandelia (Sutlej Industries) with Mr Anuj Bhagwati (L to R): Mr S P Setia (Consultant), Mr Jayant Patel (Creative Mills), Mr S Rajendran, Mr K N Singh (Creative Mills) and Mr G Elango Mr Walter Leung (Fong’s Group) with Mr D L Sharma (Vardhman Yarns and Threads Ltd) The A.T.E. team with Mr Sudhakar Chowdary (4th from right) and his team from Mohan Spintex (L to R): Mr Debasish Ghosh (Fong’s), Mr S Rajendran, Mr Shailendra Nigam (Innovative Textiles) and Mr G V Aras Mr B B Sharma (Sintex Industries) (2nd from right) with EcoAxis team members
  8. 8. 8 Luwa stall HKS - 4M EL warp knitting machine from KARL MAYER on displayKARL MAYER stall Mr P K Singh (Luwa India)(left) in business conversation with customer Fabric Forming: KARLMAYER demonstrated its preeminent position in warp knitting and warp preparation at ITME 2016. In warp knitting, it showcased the fourth generation high-speed tricot machines HKS 3-M and HKS 4-M ELthe latest four-bar with advantages of its EL control facility. In addition to higher productivity, this machine is equipped with the LEO® system that ensures saving in energy and costs. KARL MAYER also disseminated information on the new LACE.EXPRESS machine series, which is designed to produce innovative lace fabrics. In warp preparation, KARL MAYER launched its innovative sizing machine with PROSIZE® and automatic sectional warper ISOMATIC. The new ISOMATIC sectional warper is specially developed for the Indian market which provides short and quality warp at highest productivity. KARLMAYER also showcased its 360° technical support service. Hangzhou Huahong introduced the advanced terry rapier loom of GA738 series with electronic servo driven tuck-in selvedge units, smart flow programme for monitoring and analysing the loom operation/ maintenance data. Terry rapier loom from Hangzhou Huahong on display Electronic jacquard from Hangzhou Huahong on display
  9. 9. 9 January 2017 KARL MAYER and A.T.E. team with Shri Amrish Patel (6th from right) and Shri Chintan Patel (4th from right) of Deesan Group and their team KARL MAYER and A.T.E. team with Mr Mahesh Nair (Trident) (2nd from right) Shri Prakash Awade (DKTE Society) (centre) and his team with A.T.E. team on KARL MAYER stall A.T.E. and Hangzhou Huahong team A.T.E. and KARL MAYER team Mr Peter Obrist, KARL MAYER (centre) with Mr Mete (Radha Govind Sizers) (3rd from right) and his team A.T.E. team member (4th from right) with decision makers from South India’s various textile units (L to R): Mr Kishore Shewale, Mr Anuj Bhagwati, Mr Raj Rishi (RSWM) and Mr G V Aras
  10. 10. 10 PMT stall Mr Vikas Sharan (extreme right) with Mr Maheshwari (2nd from left) of Ginni Filaments Mr Sunil Chalishajar (Schwing Technologies)Zimmer stall (L to R): Mr Vikas Sharan, Mr Craig Patton (Cobble Van De Wiele), Mr Raphael Boulmeau (Superba Van De Wiele) and Mr Guido Seynhaeve (Van De Wiele) Carpets, Narrow Fabric and Synthetic: A.T.E., which represents the world leaders in carpet such as Zimmer, Xetma, Matthys, showcased its capabilities at ITME 2016. Zimmer displayed its digitally printed products in blankets and carpets to demonstrate the quality of the outputs produced with Zimmer machines. Xetma shared the innovative designs and processing capabilities of the shearing machines. Matthys showed the film of its confection line in operation. A.T.E.’s principal, PMT Ribbons, had a lot of samples of narrow fabric on display processed with its novel and environment friendly equipment for processing narrow fabric. A.T.E.’s principal, Schwing, displayed its capabilities in vacuum furnaces and other equipment for the synthetic sector. (L to R): Mr Ashok Swamy, Mr Raphael Boulmeau (Superba), Mr Karanjkar (AYM Syntex), Mr S Khire (AYM Syntex), Mr B A Kale (AYM Syntex) and Mr Abhishek Mandawewala (AYM Syntex) (L to R): Mr Vikas Sharan, Mr R K Agarwal (Suryavanshi Mills) and Mr G V Aras
  11. 11. 11 January 2017 Garments: A wide range of automation solutions for the garment sector, brought from the world renowned manufacturers, were on display at ITME 2016. These include Morgan’s CAD system and plotter and 3 types of specialized machines from Juki (workstation for making placket of polo shirts, automatic twin colour pocket setter for jeans and a new generation digital sewing machine). A key highlight was the launch of the polo placket by Juki with a productivity of 1143 polo shirts per 8 hour shift against manual production of 242 pieces per day. This machine being fully automated does not require any skilled labour for operation. Placket attaching on a polo shirt, though a skilled operation, is automated in this machine and thus saves 4 skilled labours. A.T.E. also showcased a model of the eco-friendly cooling solution, the "HMX-Ambiator", from the A.T.E. group that enhances people comfort and boosts productivity at an affordable life cycle cost. A.T.E team member explaining features of Juki machines to delegates from Vardhman Textiles Limited The A.T.E. stall showcasing products of our garmenting principals Mr K B Prasad explaining technical advantages of Juki machines to customers Mr Anindya Paul Choudhury (PC Knitfabs) (centre) with A.T.E. team (L to R): Mr Yamanaka (Juki India), Mr K B Prasad and Mr Anuj Bhagwati (L to R): Mr Siddhesh Dalvi, Mr K B Prasad, Mr Arjun Ahuja (Pal Fashions) and Mr Charan Ahuja (Pal Fashions) Mr K B Prasad with visitors on the stall
  12. 12. January 2017 12 The side view of the A.T.E. stall A.T.E. team with principals The well planned A.T.E. stall accommodating all processing principals The side view of the A.T.E. stall The A.T.E. support staff with Mr S Rajendran, Mr Vikas Sharan and Mr Avinash Naik

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