Santex Rimar Group, a leading machine manufacturer for weaving, textile finishing, nonwovens, technical textiles and green technologies, to underline its commitment to the development of domestic textile industry held a second event â€œFuture Textile Roadâ€ in Iran. The event was held in Yazd where a branch of the Silk Road skirts the western and southern edges of Iranâ€™s central desert.
According to Santex Rimar, the aim of â€œFuture Textile Roadâ€ is to build an innovative platform for the future development of the global textile industry and the long-term construction of the cooperation between countries.
During the event, Santex Rimar signed an agreement with Yazd University for supplying a SMIT rapier weaving machine to train students on the latest textile technologies and do research jointly.
SMIT has been present in the country for 40 years and today counts more than 3,000 installed machinesâ€“1,000 in Yazd area only, said SMIT customer, Reza Soltani.
Since April 2016, SMIT officially entered among Santex Rimar Groupâ€™s brands. Smit Textile S.p.A. offers machinery products for the textile industries, including parts, attachments and accessories. It markets its products in Italy.
At the time of the Mughal and the Safavid, people of Yazd were one of the main weavers and producers of fabric in their country, and these products can be seen in the great museums of the world.
Yazd can be called Iranâ€™s textile industry hub: Textile industry in this province includes about ten percent of the total spinning capacity and a quarter of total weaving capacity in the country, the group, which is present in Italy, Switzerland, China, India and Turkey reported.
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