This, at least, was the opinion of Cotton Incorporated (CI), the research and promotion company for US cotton growers and importers. For the second time in a row, they invited the man in charge of Mayer & Cie.’s spinning and knitting technology to a series of lectures. He was asked to talk about spinitsystems and the first machine equipped with it.
“We have gladly accepted this invitation, as more sustainability in the supply chain is a major benefit of our technology”, says Michael A. Tuschak. “We combine three formerly separate processes, spinning, cleaning and knitting. We produce a new, characteristic single jersey, which is cheaper than it used to be. Besides, we need less energy and less space to produce it.”
How this all works and what advantages spinitsystems offers to different target groups, the Mayer & Cie. expert outlined to a knowledgeable audience in Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi. From June 5th to 9th 2017, Cotton Incorporated offered its symposium titled “Towards sustainability in the supply chain” in those cities. A ‘special guest’, Michael A. Tuschak travelled to all three venues in Thailand and Vietnam, along with representatives from CI. So did speakers from Muratec in Japan and Amsler from Switzerland who also gave lectures at every venue.