News and Success Stories

As fashion brands commit to sustainability, the demand for recycled yarns continues to increase. Spinning mills are taking advantage of Rieter’s recycling technology and expertise to meet the growing…

The Autoconer X6 with an integrated Thermosplicer uses the special thermoplastic characteristics of wool as basis for excellent splice results.

In a recent comparison conducted at a Turkish customer, the compact-spinning machine K 48 used 18% less energy at the same productivity than the competitor machine.

Four men in front of a factory, operating machines K 48.

Rieter has announced its latest major order for ROBOspin, the industry's first fully automated piecing robot. Uğurlular Textile Industry and Trade Inc. in Türkiye ordered more than 30 piecing robots.

Service technician repairing a textile machine.

Rieter Group has acquired the French company, Petit Spare Parts SAS, effective January 5, 2024. The acquisition is set to strengthen Rieter Group’s dynamic after-sales business.

Optimizing energy and material consumption in the spinning mill and beyond.

Rieter has signed a contract with Haelixa, an award-winning spin-off of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), to integrate traceability technology into its spinning process.

At ITMA 2023, Rieter celebrated the new partnership with Vinatex which aims to improve the training of specialists fostering sustainable growth within the Vietnamese textile industry.

Grasim Industries limited and Rieter celebrated their partnership at ITMA 2023 in Milan. They just concluded a trial with the Birla Excel fiber on the Rieter air-jet spinning machine.