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Trützschler Group; Innovating for the Future

Interview with Dr. Bettina Temath, Trützschler Head of Global Marketing at ITM 2024 Istanbul

Trützschler Textile Machinery Innovations at ITM

Dr. Bettina Temath shared insights into Trützschler’s participation at the ITM 2024 Istanbul. “As you can see, we are represented here at ITM as a group, the Trützschler Group. We are not only involved in spinning machinery but also in the production of nonwoven machinery. Our solutions are compatible with both types of machinery, offering innovative options such as our T Suprema solution for needle punching in nonwovens. We look forward to engaging with international visitors and discussing these topics,” she said.

Addressing the current market conditions, Dr. Temath expressed optimism. “Although the market is not very lively at the moment, we have seen in the past how experts in the textile industry, particularly in Turkey, have successfully navigated and improved business situations. We remain optimistic about the future, considering Turkey’s significant role and its proximity to Europe. Turkish customers value high quality, raw material utilization, energy efficiency, and increasing automation, which have guided our innovations. Trützschler textile machinery innovations can be a good leader in market”

Innovations and Sustainability in Textile Manufacturing

Dr. Temath highlighted Trützschler‘s latest advancements, stating, “Our new TC 30i card delivers the best quality and productivity, with excellent energy efficiency and raw material utilization. We are also committed to sustainability in the textile industry. With TRUECYCLED, we have developed a comprehensive solution for recycling textile waste, including a tearing line and complete spinning preparation process to produce high-quality yarn from textile waste.”

She further discussed the global issue of textile waste, emphasizing Trützschler’s commitment to addressing it. “The world faces a significant problem with textile waste, especially post-consumer waste. Only about 1% of this waste, such as worn clothes, is currently recycled. Our process starts with a tearing line where used clothes are torn to create secondary fibers, which can then be spun into new yarn. We ensure the best quality from these secondary fibers.”

Dr. Temath also pointed out the potential for textile recycling in apparel sourcing countries. “Countries sourcing apparel have a high potential for recycling clippings, which are often sorted and easier to manufacture. Unlike post-consumer waste, these clippings can yield very high-quality material.”

On the subject of innovation, she concluded, “Innovation cycles are becoming shorter, and competition is increasing. To remain a technology leader, we must continuously enhance our innovative capabilities. Our current innovations, such as the TCO 21 XL, TC 30i, and recycling solutions, demonstrate our commitment to staying ahead and our goals for the future.”

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