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Way of reducing operational costs in textile manufacturing

The textile industry has a long history dating back to the onset of the Industrial Revolution. In the Asia Pacific region, the textile industry is booming, accounting for 46% of the global manufacturing market.

reducing operational costs in textile manufacturing

The large market share was the result of a strong presence of fabrics, apparel manufacturing and home furnishing facilities available in the region. Additionally, woven fabrics have intersected into its sub-sector, i.e. the technical textile industry, which is rapidly developing at the highest CAGR, and projected to reach USD 842.6 billion in value by 2020.

Along with the growing market trend, the textile industry, however, continues to face challenges, especially in its quest to keep up with consumer demands, evolving digital connectivity and e-commerce channels. Traditional production processes are gradually being phased out in favor of new and innovative technologies.

Automated machines continue to prove integral to the persistent challenges of the textile industry, but such sophisticated machinery is not complete without their air compressors. With their vital role in controlling the air for textile machinery and tools, air compressors are utilized in as much as 60 machines in a textile manufacturing plant.

To remain competitive, manufacturers have invested in R&D – to reduce operational costs, maximize uptake and productivity, and reduce contamination and waste to ensure sustainable production.

Innovations such as artificial intelligence, predictive analytics and IoT have morphed into push factors for all players in the textile industry to attain 4.0 leadership to enable automated control throughout the various processes of textile manufacturing.

Automated machines continue to prove integral to the persistent challenges of the textile industry, but such sophisticated machinery is not complete without their air compressors. With their vital role in controlling the air for textile machinery and tools, air compressors are utilized in as much as 60 machines in a textile manufacturing plant.

Referred to as the 4th utility in the manufacturing plant, air compressors are also used for Auto Corners, pneumatic actuators in yarn and fabric production, texturizing, spinning and weaving.

It is also significant in powering tools that ensure manufacturing equipment and its environment remain at the optimal condition in cleanliness and efficiency.

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