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Com4®Ring and Com4®Rotor License for Sirikcioglu Mensucat.

By   /  May 11, 2017  /  Enewsletter, Yarn & Fibre  /  No Comments

Winterthur, Switzerland – Rieter recently awarded its customer Sirikcioglu Mensucat the license for high-class ring and rotor yarns. This licensing allows the company to now promote the yarns under the brand names Com4®ring and Com4®rotor.

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20 Years Com4® Yarns – A Success Story.

By   /  April 27, 2017  /  Enewsletter, Yarn & Fibre  /  No Comments

Winterthur, Switzerland – In 1997, Rieter created the trademark Com4®. It stands for yarns in superior and consistent quality, spun with the four Rieter spinning technologies. Today, more than 130 licensees supply Com4® yarns to weavers and knitters worldwide.

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Rieter Opens Service Branch in Kahramanmaraş, Turkey.

By   /  April 14, 2017  /  Enewsletter, Yarn & Fibre  /  No Comments

Winterthur, Switzerland – On April 6, 2017, Rieter opened a service branch in Kahramanmaraş, to support its customers in the south east of Turkey, together with the long-standing sales agent Erbel A.S., based in Istanbul and Adana, Turkey, with an even faster and better service.

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Rieter – Financial Year 2016 – Order Intake Grows by 13%.

By   /  March 17, 2017  /  Enewsletter, Yarn & Fibre  /  No Comments

Winterthur, Switzerland – The 2016 financial year was characterized by a significantly higher order intake, especially in the first half year, and lower sales compared to the previous year. Despite the decline in sales, Rieter achieved an EBIT margin of 6%. Against the background of the solid financial and earnings position, the Board of Directors proposes […]

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Rieter – Orders Received and Sales 2016 – Order Intake Up 13%.

By   /  February 3, 2017  /  Enewsletter, Yarn & Fibre  /  No Comments

Winterthur, Switzerland – The Rieter Group achieved an order intake of CHF 905.2 million in the 2016 financial year. This represents an increase of 13% compared to the previous year (CHF +103.6 million). Sales amounted to CHF 945.0 million (2015: CHF 1 036.8 million) and as expected were 9% down on the previous year.

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ITME 2016 ‒ Higher Profitability with Rieter Systems.

By   /  November 10, 2016  /  Enewsletter, Exhibition & Conference News, Yarn & Fibre  /  No Comments

Winterthur, Switzerland – Rieter exhibits a wide range of innovations at ITME 2016 in Mumbai (India). As the world leader in compact technology, Rieter shows the K 42 compact spinning machine and the G 32 ring spinning machine with EliTe®.

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Respected Solutions for Spinning Synthetic Fibres and Blends.

By   /  November 3, 2016  /  Enewsletter, Exhibition & Conference News, Yarn & Fibre  /  No Comments

Winterthur, Switzerland – Textiles made of synthetic fibres and blends have a large share of the Chinese market. Consequently, solutions for processing these base materials are in high demand. At the textile machinery trade fair ITMA Asia 2016 in Shanghai (21-25 October) Rieter therefore shone the spotlight on relevant offerings. The company showed their products and […]

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Rieter’s Investor Update 2016 – Order Intake Rises.

By   /  October 28, 2016  /  Enewsletter, Yarn & Fibre  /  No Comments

Winterthur, Switzerland – The amount of orders received by the Rieter Group in the first nine months of 2016 was significantly higher than for the same period of the previous year.

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Rieter Receives Compensation Payment for Damages from the Patent Decision in China.

By   /  October 14, 2016  /  Enewsletter  /  No Comments

Winterthur, Switzerland – Economic production in spinning mills can be ensured only with original products by Rieter.

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Rieter at the ITMA Asia 2016 – Solutions for Spinning of Synthetic Fibres and Blends.

By   /  September 16, 2016  /  Enewsletter, Exhibition & Conference News, Yarn & Fibre  /  No Comments

Winterthur, Switzerland – At the ITMA Asia, Rieter is showing solutions for processing of synthetic staple fibers as well as machines of the latest generation, which are able to process all commonly used fiber types.

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