PRESSRELASE: At ITMA 2023, it will be very evident that digitalisation has become the key enabler for sustainable gains across the entire textile industry, according to TMAS – the Swedish Textile Machinery Association.
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From Jacquard’s lightbulb moment to TMAS at ITMA 2023
PRESSRELASE: Members of TMAS – the Swedish textile machinery association – will be introducing significant new automation concepts for weaving at the forthcoming ITMA 2023 exhibition in Milan from June 8-14.
Automation is central for Swedish textile machinery at ITMA 2023
PRESSRELASE: Fully integrated technologies with up-to-the-minute automated features for the end-to-end production of fully-finished garments and home textiles will be demonstrated by members of TMAS – the Swedish Textile Machinery Association – at the ITMA 2023 exhibition in Milan, Italy, from June 8-14.
Swedish Textile machinery transforming dyeing and finishing at ITMA 2023
PRESSRELASE: Two members of TMAS – the Swedish textile machinery association – are at the forefront of a brand-backed revolution in replacing water- and energy-intensive technologies for the dyeing and finishing processes that will take centre stage at this year’s ITMA exhibition in Milan from June 8-14.
A unique product created with Swedish innovation
PRESSRELASE: Digitalisation and highly automated new technologies are enabling companies in high wage countries to competitively thrive in textile markets that for many years have been closed to them.
Long-term localisation pays off for Löffler and Svegea
PRESSRELASE: Svegea of Sweden – a member of TMAS, the Swedish Textile Machinery Association – has recently installed an EC300-S collarette cutter for the high speed production of tubular apparel components as well as an FA350 automatic roll slitter at the plant of Löffler, in Ried im Innkreis, Austria.
TMAS sustainability project presented in WTiN article
TMAS Secretary general Therese Premler-Andersson was recently interviewed by WTiN’s Cara Dudgeon about the organization and members sustainability mapping project.
Coloreel’s technology for thread dyeing reduces water consumption by 97%
Coloreel uses one single white thread to create millions of colors and intricate patterns. It unlocks new design possibilities, while
ITMA 2023 launches online visitor registration
A one-day badge costs 40 euros, and a seven-day badge is 80 euros. Students can visit the exhibition from 10
Climate impact mapping of Swedish textile machinery
PRESSRELASE: Over the past year, TMAS, the Swedish Textile Machinery Association, has been working with ClimatePartner on a corporate carbon footprint (CCF) mapping project with its member companies, as a natural step towards supporting a more sustainable textile industry.