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Power Loom Machine 39 25 91
Rolling Machine 10 2 2
Fabric Rolling Machine 34 16 94
Power Jacquard Machine 33 13 139
Stenter Machines 58 54 104
Cotton Ginning Machine 70 53 86
Auxiliary Machine 34 24 53
Thread Winding Machine 76 55 87

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Apparel and Textile Machinery The section for the production of apparel and textile machinery is one of the largest segments of engineering. The world production of textile machinery exceeds 20 billion annually USA. The real manufacturers of textile machines are Italy, Germany, Switzerland, France and China. With growing demand in the apparel export market, the nation can benefit from this open door by reconsidering its apparel and textile machinery industry, especially on the territory of its textile and processing sectors. The production activity of apparel and textile machinery takes place both in the permitted and in the chaotic sectors. In a certain part, in spite of people in general limited organizations, the production of machines is carried out in free units, which have joint efforts, oriented towards a community with external elements. In the decentralized part there are small mechanical units and, in addition, small units engaged in the production of accessories belonging to textile equipment. Delegates of the clothing and textile industry department take after: Spinning Machinery After the supply of new short-spindle spindles fell by 33% in 2008 and by 17% in 2009, they soared in 2010 by 75% at pre-crisis levels and expanded in 2011 by another 15%, reaching 14.33 mln a person that is a record indicator. In 2012, the supply of short fibre spindles was reduced by 27% to 10.51 million spindles; although in 2013 they again increased by 10% to 11.56 million tons. Approximately 93% of all assigned short spindles sent in 2013 went to Asia (10.72 million), China retained only 6.21 million or 54% of global supplies, the second - unavailable (2.19 million spindles or 19 %), Indonesia (757,000 or 6.6%), Turkey (566,000 or 4.9%) and Pakistan (546,000 or 4.7%). The world supply of spindles of long fibre (fleece) fell by 45% in 2013, from 146,400 to 80,800. The main beneficiary was Europe (49,900 or 62%), followed by Asia (28,950 or 36%) and North and South America (1,900 people, or 2.4%). The largest investor in long fibre spindles (fleece) was Turkey with 34,300 spindles (or 43%), followed by China with 26,550 spindles (or 33%), Romania with 6,050 (8%), Italy with 5,000 spindles (6 %),) and Poland from 2900 (4%). With regard to open rotors, global investment in 2013 fell slightly by two percent to 443,200. Asia was the place where a large number of new rotors were consumed (351,400 or 79% of global supplies). The nation is shrewd; China was the main investor who established 271,740 or 61% of global supplies. Texturing Machinery From 2010 to 2011, global shipments rose from 13,200 to 1,824 (86%). In 2012, the supply of textured spindles was not recorded using single-tube stretching (mainly for polyamide yarns). In 2013, shipments reached 2,600 spindles, of which 2,120 were destined for Asia (China 960, Chinese Taipei 840 and Thailand 320) and 480 for Europe and others (Turkey). In the segment of spindles with a double spindle, mainly used for polyester yarns, investments fell from 717,760 to 505,080, which is 29% less. Almost 90% (or 455 640) of all shipments were sent to Asia. To date, China has become the largest individual investor in this type of texturing machine, where 366 480 new spindles or 73% of global shipments were introduced, followed by the far countries of Japan from 30 860 or 6.1%, India from 21 640 or 4.3 %, Vietnam - 8,160 or 1.6%, Egypt - 7,920 people or 1.6%. Weaving machinery In general, shipments of less-transportable looms in 2013 decreased slightly from 86,450 vehicles to 83,420 tons, down 4%. A fundamental explanation for this improvement was the further decline in the supply of water flows. After a dizzying leap from 537% to 73,250 from each 2010 and 112,930 from each 2011, which was incomplete due to the fact that equipment manufacturers carried an unprecedented in 2010 world transport of water transport, fewer weaving machines fell by 65% % to 39,920 vehicles in 2012 and 13% to 34,580 in 2013. In the slowest segment of rapier machines, shipments increased by 2.5% from 23,250 in 2012 to 23,830 in 2013. In 2013, the number of machines remained unchanged for all purposes at the level of 36,575. Asia was the main local investor in this type of machine, which absorbed 33,440 units or 91% of each new vehicle transported in 2013. The largest single investor passed through China and a total of 27,460 (a global offering on the market). 75%) took Turkey from 1490 (or 4.1%), Bangladesh with 910 (or 2.5%) and Indonesia from 850 (or 2.3%). In the segment of electronic knitwear, world shipments in 2012 fell by 34% to 46,100 vehicles. In addition, in 2013 world shipments decreased by 24% to 35,180. Most of the world supplies of electronic weaving machines were delivered to Asia (30,300 or 86%), while Europe (including Turkey) reached 12% (4,350 cars) . The largest investor in 2013 was China with 20,800 new cars (59%), followed by Bangladesh with 3,960 (11.3%), Turkey from 2790 (7.9%), Hong Kong from 1850 (5.3%) and Italy - 790 (2.3%). Market Trend The global demand for textile and sewing machinery is growing because of the growing demand for the textile industry. At present, the supply of textile machinery is carried out in a significant way from European countries, which is generally expensive. In 2012-13, the production of processing equipment and the production of additives and accessories needed for textile equipment, increased in contrast to 2009-10. Manufacture of processing machines has increased by 6%, and the production of spare parts and accessories has increased by about 9%, delaying the supply of spinning, weaving and engineering fibbers / yarns. The current world clothing market is about 1.15 trillion dollars, which is about 1.8% of world GDP. Almost 75% of this market is in the EU-27, China and Japan. The global apparel market is growing at the CAGR level of 5% and by 2025 will reach about 2.21 trillion US dollars. The study of per capita spending on clothing in different countries shows a significant difference between the figures in the created economies and those created. In real markets, India has the lowest per capita spending on clothing ($ 37), which is only 3% of the highest cost. Australia ($ 1,131). In light of this reality, as a rule, per capita spending on clothing develops more rapidly than the economies of Brazil, Russia, India and China; although it will be slower or standard with economic growth in the markets created in the coming years. At that time, the population of China and India was taken into account; one can see a huge increase in consumption in both countries. The consumption of clothing per capita in such developed countries as Australia, Canada and the United States is much larger than creative nations. Whatever it was, it was said about spending per capita clothing in growing countries. The growth rate of per capita spending on clothing is higher for China, which is 11%, followed by Russia, that is, 8% and Brazil, or 4%. Suppliers/Buyers The total supply of textile and clothing equipment slightly decreased in 2013, but remained moderately abnormal. Unlike in 2012, the supply of new short spindles around the world increased by 10%, and on open rotors slightly decreased by 2%, and long-fibre spindles fell by 45%. In addition, the number of new spindles with a textured draw was about 29%, the new transport - less by 4%, and the new electronic knitting machines - by 24%. Price, Inventory, Delivery, Customization Today, textile and clothing manufacturers supply textile machines with targeted costs and improved machines with higher speeds and production restrictions. The proximity of several small players also makes part of the car more aggressive. Along with them, transnational corporations have also entered the global field, pushing the opposition to the next level, which encourages organizations to provide an opportunity for their effectiveness and progress. The global demand for textile machinery is growing because of the growing demand for the textile industry. At present, the supply of textile machines is considerably advanced in European countries, which is moderately expensive. In 2013, world exports of textiles and clothing amounted to about 717 billion dollars, and imports amounted to about 629 billion dollars. From 2009 to 2013, the global exchange of textiles and clothing was developed at a level of 3% per year. Technical advancement There are many technical advancements, which enhances the industrial work by enhancing the high speed. This has been done by different machineries which have been introduced in the recent years. Some of the recent developments includes;
Figure 1 DTG poly printer
Figure 2 Software CAD Figure 5Digital puller by Sakho
Figure 3 Spreading machine
Figure 4 Cutting Solution
Figure 6 Ultra-high speed & mechatronic Overlock machine by Siruba Figure 7Direct drive high speed lockstitch machine by Juki
Figure 8 Speedpocket by Durkopp Adler