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Global shipments of new textile machinery increased strongly

after the investment boom peaked in 2007, shipments of new textile machinery fell sharply due to the aggravation of the global financial and economic crisis in 2008/2009. However, in 2010, global shipments of new textile machinery increased strongly

compared with 2009, the global shipment of new textile machinery increased by 75% for short fiber spindles, 163% for long fiber spindles, 212% for open rotors, 132% for deformed spindles, 146% for weaving machines (shuttleless looms), 36% for large knitting disc machines, and 187% for electronic flat knitting machines. Almost all types of machines have reached new highs

the compilation of the survey in 2010 received the cooperation of about 115 textile machinery manufacturers, representing the comprehensive situation of world production

spinning machinery

the shipment of short fiber spindles decreased by 33% in 2008, 17% in 2009 and 75% in 2010 to 12.5 million spindles. It is encouraged to promote recyclable packaging, reduced packaging and degradable packaging in the whole process of storage, transportation, distribution, sorting and processing of e-commerce products and express delivery. It is close to the 12.8 million shipment volume set in 2007. Asia is the largest destination for new machines, with 11.9 million spindles, or 96% of shipments. China absorbed 790 spindles, or 63% of global shipments, followed by India, 2.4 million spindles, or 19% of total shipments, Indonesia absorbed 500000 spindles, or 4%, Bangladesh absorbed 400000 spindles, or 3.2%, and Turkey absorbed 300000 spindles, or 2.4%

in 2010, the global shipment of long fiber (wool) spindles increased by 163% to 84000. Shipments to Asia increased by 99% to 33400, shipments to Europe (including Turkey, according to the analysis of the consulting firm reportlinker) increased by 263% to 38400, and shipments to South America increased by 139% to 11000. Different from 2009, 1150 spindles were shipped to North America in 2010. As in 2009, Africa did not accept any long fiber (wool) spindles in 2010

in 2010, the investment in open rotor jumped 212% to 450000, after a sharp decline of 66% to 195650 in 2008 and 26% in 2009, only reaching 144500. Due to the rotor shipment volume of 374000, or an increase of 83%, Asia once again became the main destination of open rotors in 2010. China's global share reached 72% (323000), followed by Brazil, 5.5% (24800), India, 5.5% (24600), the United States, 4.7% (21100), and Turkey, 2.3% (10400)

texturing machine

in 2010, the shipment of single heater drafting deformed spindles (production of polyamide fibers) surged, from only 2880 to 63240, an increase of 2095%. China is the largest investor in such machines, with a global share of 71% (44700 ingots), followed by Brazil (21% or 13500), Belarus (3000 or 4.7%) and Taiwan (1728 or 2.7%)

the shipment of double heater drafting deformation spindles (production of polyester filament) soared from 248000 to 518000, an increase of 109%. This figure is much higher than the old record of 206000 set in 2004 and 315000 set in 2005. China once again became the largest investor, digesting 365000 new spindles, or 71% of global investment, followed by India 54000 or 10%, Vietnam 20600 or 4%, Thailand 13200 or 2.5%, Japan 12200 or 2.4%, Turkey 7000 or 1.4%, Brazil 6200 or 1.2%

weaving machinery

in 2009, shuttleless loom shipments hit the lowest number. Since then, in 2000, including the shipments of Chinese textile machine manufacturers, entered the survey for the first time. In 2010, the global shuttleless loom investment increased by 146%, setting a new record of 107000. Rapier loom segment/spring loom decreased by 16000, down 32%, air-jet loom increased by 110%, to 17700, and water-jet loom soared by 537%, to 73300

the substantial increase in shuttleless loom shipments is due to the increase in investment and the increase in the number of reporting companies. 97% of the machines are shipped to Asia. In 2010, China once again became the largest destination for shuttleless looms, accounting for 89400, or 84% of the total shipments. The shipment of rapier/spring looms was 6800, a decrease of 31% compared with 2009. Air jet looms 12900, an increase of 112%, water jet looms 69700, an increase of 617%. India ranks second, with 5400 shuttleless looms, or 5% of the market share, 2400 or 2.2% in Indonesia, 2300 yuan or 2.1% in Bangladesh, 1000 or 0.9% in South Korea

disc knitting machines and horizontal knitting machines

compared with 2009, disc knitting machines increased by 36% to 34500. This is the largest investment since 2000. Previously, the record in 2005 was 30500. 92% of disc knitting machines are in Asia, and China is the largest investor in knitting machines, accounting for 26400 or 77% of global shipments. In 2010, India's investment ranked second, 1370 or 4.0%, followed by Bangladesh 1330 or 3.8%, Turkey's annual monthly foreign trade sales exceeded 10000 tons 0 or 2.9%, and Brazil 860 or 2.5%

for the electronic flat knitting machine, the global shipment increased by 187% to 51130 in 2010. There are two main reasons for the increase in shipments. First, the Chinese market is booming. Second, more textile machinery companies have joined the survey. It mainly shipped to Asia (94%), and digested 3.9% in Europe (including Turkey). China once again became the largest investor in electronic horizontal knitting machines, 37800 (74%), followed by Bangladesh, 4960 (9.7%), Hong Kong 2760 (5.4%), Turkey 1350 (2.6%), Cambodia 790 (1,5%)

dyeing and finishing machinery

itmf2 in order to ensure the relative comparability of experimental results, the 6th International Textile Machinery shipment statistics in the 2010 edition includes sorting out mechanical data

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