Rieter protects its innovations and products with patents and registered designs. The company takes consistent action against patent and design infringements. In mid-July 2020, in a legal dispute, the Shanghai Intellectual Property Court of the People’s Republic of China ruled in favor of Rieter Ingolstadt GmbH (Germany).
Rieter machines stand for outstanding quality, high operational safety, excellent performance and user-friendliness as well as unique design. In order to benefit from these characteristics, competitors copy the successful Rieter machine concepts and even adopt the coveted Rieter design.
Rieter protects its innovations by means of patents and registered designs. The company takes consistent action against companies that infringe Rieter patents or designs and copy products or machines. In 2018, Rieter registered design infringe-ments by Shenyang Hongda Textile Machinery Co., Ltd. in relation to double-head draw frames, and decided to file a lawsuit against the Chinese company.
In mid-July 2020, the Shanghai Intellectual Property Court of the People’s Republic of China determined that the double-head draw frames JWF1316 and JWF1316T of Shenyang Hongda Textile Machinery Co., Ltd. are similar to and fall within the scope of protection of the design patent concerned. The defendant Shenyang Hongda Textile Machinery Co., Ltd. was sentenced to compensate the plaintiff Rieter Ingolstadt GmbH for financial losses and expenses.
Rieter is the world’s leading supplier of systems for short-staple fiber spinning. Based in Winterthur (Switzerland), the company develops and manufactures machinery, systems and components used to convert natural and manmade fibers and their blends into yarns. Rieter is the only supplier worldwide to cover both spinning preparation processes and all four end spinning processes currently established on the market. Furthermore, Rieter is a leader in the field of precision winding machines. With 16 manufacturing locations in ten countries, the company employs a global workforce of some 4 570, about 21% of whom are based in Switzerland. Rieter is listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange under ticker symbol RIEN. www.rieter.com
The EJ-640 DECO is the most economical décor solution on the market, with the potential to reduce your costs by an average of up to 50% on ink alone. Cut your costs even further – the EJ-640 DECO delivers truly stunning results on more economical media so you can reduce overheads with no compromise on quality.
Whether you’re a print service provider or web-to-print graphic supplier looking to expand into new profitable applications; a wallcovering manufacturer wanting to differentiate with on-demand, eco-luxe collections; a designer looking to bring production in-house to reduce lead times; or an interior decorator with an eye on the latest trends, the EJ-640 DECO is compatible with a range of medias to create a host of stunning décor applications to make home, corporate and public spaces unique.Continue reading Roland EJ-640 DECO Water-based Decoration Printer: Now Available at a List Price of £17,999→
Message of Mr. Sunil Chari, Managing Director, Rossari Biotech Limited, on Linkedin
Rossari’s IPO was oversubscribed and was up 80% on listing day. We bow to all our investors, our esteemed board, employees, distributors, customers, suppliers, friends, our partners and associates and well wishers for this stupendous success
The market cap of Rossari is now 3750 crores and this puts us in the top 400 companies in India by market cap. We promise to work harder to ensure good return for all our shareholders and make you proud of your company. This was the first public issue after corona, first virtual IPO, amongst the all time top gainers on listing day in recent times.
Overwhelmed, humbled and grateful.
Great Success of IPO of Rossari Biotech Limited: Congratulatory messages pour in
FREMONT, Calif. JULY 24, 2020 – Tailored Brands, Inc. (NYSE: TLRD) today announced that it received notification from the New York Stock Exchange (“NYSE”) on July 22, 2020 that the Company is no longer in compliance with the NYSE continued listing criteria that requires listed companies to maintain a 30-trading day average market capitalization of $50 million coupled with stockholders’ equity of at least $50 million and an average closing share price of at least $1.00 over a consecutive 30 trading-day period. Continue reading Tailored Brands is no longer in compliance with the NYSE continued listing criteria→
Takéo is a Province of Cambodia. Doun Kaev (town), formerly known as Takéo, the capital of Takéo province.
Takeo is divided into nine districts and Donkeo town, which comprise 100 communes composed of 1,119 villages. The provincial capital Donkeo encompasses Baray, Roka Knong and Roka Krao communes which constitute 40 villages. No official data has been published on factory closures in the province stemming from Covid-19. However, Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training spokesperson Heng Sour on July 8 told a press conference on government Covid-19 response measures at the Ministry of Economy and Finance that, nationwide, 450 garment and footwear factories suspended work, while 83 factories closed in the first half of this year. Continue reading Takeo’s Garment, Textile and Footwear (GTF) Cluster→
Chyangra Pashmina is internationally recognized as cashmere of the highest grade. It is the world’s most revered luxury fiber, sourced from the native Himalayan mountain goats called ‘Chyangra’ (capra hircus laniger) in Nepal. The Chyangra goats are raised high in the isolated Himalayas, at heights of over three thousand meters above sea level.
The ultra-soft cashmere from the inner coat of the Chyangra goats holds a romantic and unique position in the luxury goods industry. It has been popular among the royal and noble dynasties for centuries as the fabric of the finest and most prestigious garments. Spun by hand and woven or knitted into a wide variety of fabrics, this traditional material continues to find new applications while winning the loyalty of new generations of discerning customers.
Emerging Objects is pleased to announce our new spin-off company, FORUST, growing out of our innovations in 3D printed wood. Created by the founders of pioneering 3D printing companies, Figulo, Boston Ceramics, and Emerging Objects, FORUST is a wood technology company that brings together expertise in design and 21st century manufacturing to promote healthy forests and sustainable interiors. Forust has decades of collective experience in additive manufacturing, material research, and computer aided design. We created FORUST so that we could change the way we manufacture with wood, using methods that are non-destructive to our planet’s ecology. We don’t start with forests, we start with sawdust, and end with forests.
We don’t start with forests, we start with sawdust, and end with forests. The California-based company Forust transforms waste from the timber industry into architectural tiles, panels, blocks and more.
BGMEA President shares views with Fair Fashion Think Tank
A survey conducted by the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) over 100 apparel manufacturers to learn about the actual scenario of work orders in hands amid the COVID-19 pandemic for the second half (July-December) of the year 2020 has revealed that taking advantage of the work order shortage, the global buyers offered lower prices pushing the average prices down by 14%. The decline in prices of goods will rub salt to the wounds of the manufacturers and they might have to downsize the workers to survive. This means the manufacturers have to run the factory with capacity incurring losses as they have to bear the operation cost as well as the workers’ wages. Since the global retailers are placing fewer work orders due to fall in demand, the Bangladeshi apparel makers have been able only to book 35% orders of its production capacity.
The Rt Hon Priti Patel MP
2 Marsham Street
18 July 2020
Dear Home Secretary
Protecting people being exploited in UK garment factories
We are writing as a broad coalition of parliamentarians, businesses, investors and civil society organisations about our concerns regarding the unethical labour practices taking place in garment factories across the UK. We request that urgent action is taken by the Government to implement a ‘Fit to Trade’ licensing scheme that ensures all garment factories are meeting their legal obligations to their employees.
As we have seen in the media over the last month, a concerning number of garment workers in key hubs in the UK, such as Leicester, have continued to work in factories throughout lockdown without adequate PPE or social distancing measures in place. These reports on the terrible working conditions people face in UK garment factories add weight to concerns which have been raised over the last five years by academics and Parliamentary Committees about the gross underpayment of the national living wage and serious breaches of health and safety law in these workplaces. Unless action is taken now, thousands more people will likely face exploitation. Continue reading Multi-Stakeholder Letter on UK Garment Factories – 18 July 2020→