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Rieter China

Rieter has supplied machines to China for more than 80 years and is among the recognized market leaders in the sector of components, machines and systems for the short staple yarns.

In 2005, the Rieter Group established Rieter China, which includes Rieter Textile Systems (Shanghai) Ltd., Rieter (China) Textile Instruments Co., Ltd., Rieter Asia (Hongkong) Ltd. and Rieter Asia (Taiwan) Ltd.

Today Rieter China employs over 1 000 people. Its headquarter is placed in Changzhou, included the manufacturing plant and Technology SpinCenter. The branch office in Shanghai provide after sales service.

Rieter employs people of the most diverse occupation groups, from university graduates to apprentices. The main fields of activity are textile technology, product development, production, logistics, marketing, sales, services and support.

The Environment Monitoring Report of Painting Line Project in Rieter China Xuejia Plant

The painting line project in Rieter China Xuejia plant has passed the environment monitoring and all of items meet the requirements of environment monitoring and related law. And according to the demand from government and law, now publish this environment monitoring results. 

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