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Microsoft PowerPoint - Final_Oerlikon_Manmade_Fibers_Seminar.pptxSilvassa, 20th February 2014
Part 1 - Technical Session
2 14:35 - 14:50 hrs – Evaluating the textile value chain |
Markus Reichwein
Detlev Schulz / Stephan Faulstich
4 15:10 - 15:25 hrs – Integrated Solutions for the Manmade Fiber
Industry: Poly-condensation | Achim Debener
5 15:25 - 15:45 hrs – New Staple Fiber Solutions | Max Hergenreder
6 15:45 - 16:05 hrs – Partnering for Performance – new Service Solutions |
Ramakant Katre
7 16:05 - 16:25 hrs – Logistics - Key to an efficient filament yarn
production | Volker Schmid
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2 14:35 - 14:50 hrs – Evaluating the textile value chain |
Markus Reichwein
Detlev Schulz / Stephan Faulstich
4 15:10 - 15:25 hrs – Integrated Solutions for the Manmade Fiber
Industry: Poly-condensation | Achim Debener
5 15:25 - 15:45 hrs – New Staple Fiber Solutions | Max Hergenreder
6 15:45 - 16:05 hrs – Partnering for Performance – new Service Solutions |
Ramakant Katre
7 16:05 - 16:25 hrs – Logistics - Key to an efficient filament yarn
production | Volker Schmid
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Khurshed Thanawalla Country Representative - India Oerlikon Chairman & Managing Director Oerlikon Textile India Pvt. Ltd
Is Managing Director of Oerlikon Textile India Pvt Ltd. Since 2007.
His association with Oerlikon began in 1985 as Managing Director, Barmag India Pvt Ltd.
Recently in 2011 Mr. Thanawalla has been nominated on the Panel of Experts for formulating and drafting the textile machinery and components section of the 11th Five Year Plan.
Mr. Thanawalla has a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Bombay.
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2 14:35 - 14:50 hrs – Evaluating the textile value chain |
Markus Reichwein
Detlev Schulz / Stephan Faulstich
4 15:10 - 15:25 hrs – Integrated Solutions for the Manmade Fiber
Industry: Poly-condensation | Achim Debener
5 15:25 - 15:45 hrs – New Staple Fiber Solutions | Max Hergenreder
6 15:45 - 16:05 hrs – Partnering for Performance – new Service Solutions |
Ramakant Katre
16:05 - 16:25 hrs – Logistics - Key to an efficient filament yarn production | Volker Schmid
7 16:25 - 16:55 hrs – Break
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Markus Reichwein Senior Manager Produktmanagement Apparel Oerlikon Manmade Fibers
Is the responsible for the Product management Apparel within Oerlikon Manmade Fibers since 2012.
He joined Barmag in 1994 and the Barmag POY Research Team in 2000.
In 2011 Markus Reichwein took over the responsibility for the IDY Research Team and the IDY machine concepts as a Senior Manager.
After studying mechanical engineering he graduated with a Dipl. Ing. Degree.
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Summary:
In today’s manmade fiber business environment with high competition and overcapacity it is increasingly important for the companies actively approaching the manmade fiber market to exactly know their customer demands and future trends and to have the right production concept in place to react on new requirements. The product management of Oerlikon Manmade Fibers evaluates the downstream needs, fabric trends and market conditions to be a competent partner for our customers and ensuring unique benefits and superior values with our technology.
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Agenda
1 Productmanagement in OMF
2 Trends and Opportunities in the Indian and Worldwide Apparel Industry
3 Example: Ecofriendly Textiles
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Product Management
R. Straub
Rawmaterial Production
DTY Knitting
Knitting
Printing
Carpets
Embroidery
ATY/ Draw Warping/ Cabling/ Twisting
The product management evaluates the textile value chain of our customers. Future trends in the textile world are being evaluated and translated into the new requirements coming up for our customers.
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Need-Based clothing
Fast fashion
Retail moves closer to production
Production moves in low cost countries or closer to end consumer
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piece dyeing
dope dyeing
package dyeing
Ecofriendly Textiles
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Ecofriendly Textiles Ecological Footprint of the dye process
[MWh]
Moreover the process generates
CO2 emissions and effluents.
Profile of the (powered) 3DD mixer
The 3DD mixer is either attached to an extruder as a screw and cylinder extension.
In direct spinning lines it is a stand alone hot melt extruder with a dynamic mixing function. It is used for feeding master batches or liquid additives in throughput volumes > 100 kg/h. .
Achievements
almost no energy consumption almost no C02 emissions no water usage - no effluents almost no space consumption no time consumption
Savings
Approx 140 MWh / 100ton of yarn/fabric 30 tons of CO2 / 100ton 1.000 m3 of water / 100ton vs. fabric
dyeing process
Ecofriendly Textiles
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Tricot m/c
Raschel m/c
Others(hosiery etc)
Outdated machines
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Governmental modernization scheme in Indian downstream Industry
major incentives like exceptions on import duty on modern textile machinery,
aggregation of small enterprises in clusters
skill development for workforce
Reduction of energy consumption
Current situation Future target
Weaving Knitting
Modern shuttle less looms Reduced energy consumption Higher skilled labour International competitive product quality
High speed warp knitting machines with high productvitity
Reduced energy consumption Higher skilled labour International competitive product quality
Effects on the yarn production
1. Increasing quality requirements for yarn 2. excellent end to end and day to day uniformity => Modern production machines are required for Man Made Fiber spinning.
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Thank you.
2 14:35 - 14:50 hrs – Evaluating the textile value chain |
Markus Reichwein
3 14:50 - 15:10 hrs – Innovations in new spinning techn ology |
Detlev Schulz / Stephan Faulstich
4 15:10 - 15:25 hrs – Integrated Solutions for the Manmade Fiber
Industry: Poly-condensation | Achim Debener
5 15:25 - 15:45 hrs – New Staple Fiber Solutions | Max Hergenreder
6 15:45 - 16:05 hrs – Partnering for Performance – new Service Solutions |
Ramakant Katre
7 16:05 - 16:25 hrs – Logistics - Key to an efficient filament yarn
production | Volker Schmid
Detlev Schulz Dipl. Ing. Senior Manager R&D Filament Processing
Detlev Schulz is responsible for process technology of FDY spinning machines.
In 1989 he joined Oerlikon Barmag's R&D department.
In 1993 he was appointed team leader spinning machines.
Since 1995 he is head of R&D FDY.
Detlev Schulz holds a Diploma of applied Physics from the University of Wuppertal (Germany).
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Stefan Faulstich Head of R&D Tex. of Oerlikon Barmag
Is responsibility for R&D POY since 2011.
Joined Barmag in 1990 as a start-up engineer for texturizing machines.
In 2001 appointed as Head of Quality Management of the BU-TEX.
Moved into the R&D department of Oerlikon Barmag in 2007 as Head of R&D Tex.
Stefan Faulstich holds a Diploma (Master) of applied Physics from the University in Iserlohn (Germany).
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Summary:
Since two years in China and one year in India the WINGS FDY technology is established in the market. The lecture informs about experience in machine operation and downstream performance.
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4 Performance examples
WINGS FDY Silvassa 2014Page 26
Compact draw field contains three cold and four heated s-wrapped godets
What is WINGS FDY?
Draw field
Step two: Finish application and interlacing
Yarn treatment
4 Performance examples
About 300 WINGS FDY positions running in India
About 1300 WINGS FDY positions running in China
About 1000 positions with 32 ends
About 600 positions with 24 ends
Productivity: ~ 2,000 tons/day
Main products: • 50 - 100 den (..150 den) • 1 - 3 dpf
WINGS FDY Silvassa 2014Page 29
WINGS FDY Silvassa 2014Page 30
1 What is WINGS FDY?
2 Machines in the market
3 Benefits of WINGS FDY
4 Performance examples
i-QOON, 24 ends
Energy requirement for winder drives, godet drives and godet heating
Energy-optimized process & components
27% energy saving
39% energy saving
Power consumption saving per end in take up, measured and confirmed figures
Conventional 24-ends FDY technology
WINGS FDY Silvassa 2014Page 33
7%
36%
25%
32%
WINGS FDY Silvassa 2014Page 34
7%
36%
25%
32%
(24e machines)
Yarn data
Elongation at 30 % with tenacity of 4.5 cN/dtex possible (quality number: 25)
Uster: Usually between 0.8 and 1.2 CV %
BWS: Usually around 7 % with +/- 0.3 %
Intermingling points: 12 - 15 / m (depending on the pressure)
Data identical to i-QOON
Uster customer sample dtex 83f36 sd rd (Oct. 2013)
Downstream India High speed warp knitting
WINGS FDY Silvassa 2014Page 36
All WINGS FDY yarns match downstream requirement!!
Producer Product W/Knitting stops
Laxmi Technical 50f36 y br
50 f 24 sd rd 2150 4 - 5
Milan Textiles 50f36 Y br 2140 - 2320 3 - 4
Siddhivinayak
CMC WINGS FDY
Aadarsh Group WINGS FDY
Producer Product W/Knitting stops
Laxmi Technical 50f36 y br
50 f 24 sd rd 2150 4 - 5
Milan Textiles 50f36 Y br 2140 - 2320 3 - 4
Siddhivinayak
CMC WINGS FDY
Aadarsh Group WINGS FDY
WINGS FDY Silvassa 2014Page 37
1 What is WINGS FDY?
2 Machines in the market
3 Benefits of WINGS FDY
4 Performance examples
Key points for good production figures
Stable raw material supply
4 Performance examples
WINGS FDY Silvassa 2014Page 40
WINGS FDY is a new and compact take up machine for PET FDY
There is good production performance and downstream performance with WINGS FDY yarn
There is huge conversion cost saving through energy saving, and quick operation
Thank you.
WINGS POY 1800
Agenda
1 Evolution of winders - Why 12 end?
2 Major points of R&D
3 Inspection intervals
5 Performance data Pilot project
Product cycles in POY spinning - idealized
Wings 1800 Silvassa 2014Page 44
1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010
4 ends 6 ends 8 ends 10 ends 2x10 ends
WINGS 1800 - major points R&D
Wings 1800 Silvassa 2014Page 45
12-end draw unit gathering godets intermingling
Traverse system new sensor solution 1800mm one piece roller new string-up device
12: ∅ 114mm-chuck 15kg 120mm stroke/440mm new clamping
16: ∅ 125mm-chuck 10kg 86mm stroke/440mm
Rear housing segmented rotor 17Nm drive
Wings 1800 Silvassa 2014Page 46
Key factor “bearing” Robustness, lifetime AND fatigue
Lifetime and fatigue calculation/prediction as a core competence for safety and reliability
Subprojects Fatigue testing together with Fraunhofer, IMA Dresden, TU Clausthal Load spectrum analysis, online measurement, NVH Innovative new technologies of market leaders
Wings 1800 Silvassa 2014Page 47
WINGS 1800 Ultra slim clamping ∅∅∅∅114mm
piston
same outer tube dia. = 125mm
Metallurgy technology Inspection intervals
Wings 1800 Silvassa 2014Page 48
No prescribed inspection by Barmag during more than 30 years of usage
Replacement of wear-parts by customer only
Wings 1800 Silvassa 2014Page 49
Pilot customer 12-end, Hengyi China Commissioning and start-up
Wings 1800 Silvassa 2014Page 50
Pilot customer 12-end, Hengyi China Commissioning and start-up
Wings 1800 Silvassa 2014Page 51
Pilot customer 12-end, Hengyi China Commissioning and start-up
Wings 1800 Silvassa 2014Page 52
Pilot customer 12-end, Hengyi China Performance
Wings 1800 Silvassa 2014Page 53
Pilot customer 12-end, Hengyi China Performance
The level can be accepted by customer (red line): Less than 5 times/hr Customer’s target (Yellow line): Less than 3 times/hr The level of same product made in Hengyi High-tech. Wings POY 10end: Less than 3
times/hr. The present level of this project: Less than 3 times /hr. And both of POY and DTY
customer are satisfied with present DTY running performance.
Thank you.
Agenda Technical Session
2 14:35 - 14:50 hrs – Evaluating the textile value chain |
Markus Reichwein
Detlev Schulz / Stephan Faulstich
4 15:10 - 15:25 hrs – Integrated Solutions for the Manma de Fiber
Industry: Poly-condensation | Achim Debener
5 15:25 - 15:45 hrs – New Staple Fiber Solutions | Max Hergenreder
6 15:45 - 16:05 hrs – Partnering for Performance – new Service Solutions |
Ramakant Katre
7 16:05 - 16:25 hrs – Logistics - Key to an efficient filament yarn
production | Volker Schmid
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Oerlikon Manmade Fibers Seminar
Achim Debener Polycondensation and plant design of Oerlikon’s Manmade Fibers Segment
Achim Debener is responsible for Polycondensation and plant design of Oerlikon’s Manmade Fibers Segment (former Textile) since 2010.
In 1993 he already joined the company as Startup Engineer and site Manager for automation plants.
In between he worked for four years as Head of Project Management and Purchase in the automotive industry.
Achim Debener is graduated as Master of Engineering.
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netwrok Modularisation
Performance & Product Guarantee.
1922 2000 2007 Today
2511 Employees 50% Asia
Utilities (Air, Water, Nitrogen, HVAC, Energy, HTM, DCS, Effluent….)
CP Continuous
SAP Status 2.0 SAP Status 3.0
BCF/Staple POY/DTY
Utilities (Air, Water, Nitrogen, HVAC, Energy, HTM, DCS, Effluent ….)
CP Continuous
SAP Status 2.0 SAP Status 3.0
BCF/Staple POY/DTY
Sales and Key projects - Success story
Country Capacity Plant type Contract type
India 3 x 200 t/d PET-Textile (full dull, bright, cationic Dyeable - semi dull)
EP
EP
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Oerlikon Manmade Fibers covers two Processes of the entire Value Production Chain
Petro- chemicals
End product Application
Customer benefits
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Customer Benefits
OMF as
Solution Provider
Single Point responsibility from Concept to Commissioning
Easier project management for customers, less interfaces, time management
Service for financing, engineering project management to production
Reliable partner
Global successful network, proven since many years within core business activities
Global engineering footprint
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Customer Benefits
More than 90 years of experience in the Polymer industry
Access to global service network
Technical Services
Improved plant performance
Better yarn quality due to overall development and R&D activities
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OMF offers
2 14:35 - 14:50 hrs – Evaluating the textile value chain |
Markus Reichwein
Detlev Schulz / Stephan Faulstich
4 15:10 - 15:25 hrs – Integrated Solutions for the Manmade Fiber Industry:
Poly-condensation | Achim Debener
5 15:25 - 15:45 hrs – New Staple Fiber Solutions | Max He rgenreder
6 15:45 - 16:05 hrs – Partnering for Performance – new Service Solutions |
Ramakant Katre
7 16:05 - 16:25 hrs – Logistics - Key to an efficient filament yarn
production | Volker Schmid
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Max Hergenreder
Is Sales Manager for Staple Fiber equipment, with Oerlikon Manmade Fibers since 2007 (Oerlikon Neumag site).
He joined the company already in 2003 as student trainee.
Max Hergenreder graduated in Industrial Engineering and Business Studies from the University of Applied Science “Nordakademie” (Germany).
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Summary:
For many years, there has been a trend to increase the capacity of staple fiber production lines to accommodate the steadily mounting global demand for synthetic fibers. The main focus was on the economical production as well as profitability as major interest for investors. This is as true today as it was then. Now, Oerlikon Neumag developed a revolutionary new and innovative staple fiber solution for small capacity which meets these criteria. The unique design offers various advantages to the customer. The technology is in general capable for a wide range of products with respect to different polymers, fiber properties or application fields. Processing of PET recycling material using bottle flakes is as possible as production of bico fibers. The line is perfectly suitable for economical production of small lots including spun dyed products. The target market for the products is the fast growing nonwoven industry where the most Indian players are small and medium-sized enterprises.
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Silvassa, 20th February 2014 Max Hergenreder
Agenda
2 New Technology – Staple FORCE S1000
3 Applications fields – Nonwoven Markets
4 Technical Features
5 Your benefits
One Step Continuous Staple Fiber Plant Inline
Two Step Discontinuous Staple Fiber Plant
Short spinning section, drawing, crimping and cutti ng
2. Step - Drawing, crimping and cutting1. Step - Spinning
~ 60 m/min ~ 200 m/min
~ 1200 m/min ~ 70 m/min
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Capacity up to 300 tons/day
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2 New Technology – Staple FORCE S1000
3 Applications fields – Nonwoven Markets
4 Technical Features
5 Your benefits
New staple fiber Capacity up to 15 tons/day
Focus on nonwoven applications
spinning/ quenching
cuttingbale pressing/ packing
Preliminary plant dimensions approx. 40m x 20m x 9m (length x width x height) without storage for raw material & finished products
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2 New Technology – Staple FORCE S1000
3 Applications fields – Nonwoven Markets
4 Technical Features
5 Your benefits
4,91
3,52
2,76
3,80
2,85
2,31
5.0
2.0
4.0
1.5
3.5
2.5
3.0
4.5
2016201420122010200820062004
348‘000 tons
539‘000 tons
Current Status of Indian Market Nonwoven Industry – Demand
The Indian nonwovens industry is still in its infancy, with output of about 220’000 tons/year
Fast growing segment generated a lot of investments in the recent past
Great potential for consumer products like feminine hygiene, wipes, medical and other nonwoven disposables
Large markets for automotive, geotextiles, filter products and other technical textiles
The Indian Technical Textiles market has grown from Rs. 42,000 crores (US$ 9.49 Bn) in 2007-08 to Rs. 57,000 crores ( US$ 12.9 Bn) in 2010-11 registering a CAGR of ~11%
There are over 3000 units manufacturing technical textiles. Most of the producers are SME
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Current Status of Indian Market Fiber Industry – Supply
Textile industry is the predominant segment. Main focus is on the production of PET commodity products (cotton-type fibers)
Few big producers with medium-sized and high capacity lines
R-PET gains significant market share, especially in fiberfill applications
Supply of other fibers (PP, Bico) underdeveloped
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2 New Technology – Staple FORCE S1000
3 Applications fields – Nonwoven Markets
4 Technical Features
5 Your benefits
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Flexible Heaters
Spin pack
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Technical Features Drawing Equipment The drawing is effected via godet duos with ferrit heating technology. They replace the conventional drawing section consisting of draw stands and draw chests.
16,3 0
A - A
Stuffer box height adjustable
Crimper rollers with single-side bearings
Thus, tow threading with suction gun at full production speed possible, up to 1,200 m/min
Easy to operate and to maintain
I.e. easy accessibility to all parts (e.g. for cleaning, replacement of consumables)
For assembly/disassembly of crimper roller only one screw, no further adjustment necessary
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with horizontal Neumag cutting principle
Cutting length down to 1.5 mm
Cutting speed up to 2,500 m/min
No machine stop for tow string-up
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2 New Technology – Staple FORCE S1000
3 Applications fields – Nonwoven Markets
4 Technical Features
5 Your benefits
Low Energy Consumption/ Energy Savings
High Throughputs
Low Waste Rate
With up to 210 kg/h per spinning position, our new technology is an economical alternative for staple fiber production.
Due to simplified, dry drawing process, energy balance for utilities has been significantly improved.
High machine availability and low waste rate during product change
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User Friendly Design
Compact Plant Design
Minimum space requirements reduce initial investment
Due to easy handling, the plant can be operated by only two operators
Fully equipped (semi-)production pilot line with bicomponent capabilities
Full Scope Supply
Outstanding Flexibility & Product Variety
Higher spinning speed, robust quench system, superior crimp technology and reliable cutting equipment ensure uniformity of fiber properties.
Our bicomponent spinning technology runs successfully in more than 25 installations world-wide.
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Thank you.
2 14:35 - 14:50 hrs – Evaluating the textile value chain |
Markus Reichwein
Detlev Schulz / Stephan Faulstich
4 15:10 - 15:25 hrs – Integrated Solutions for the Manmade Fiber Industry:
Poly-condensation | Achim Debener
5 15:25 - 15:45 hrs – New Staple Fiber Solutions | Max Hergenreder
6 15:45 - 16:05 hrs – Partnering for Performance - new Ser vice Solutions |
Ramakant Katre
7 16:05 - 16:25 hrs – Logistics - Key to an efficient filament yarn
production | Volker Schmid
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Is Head of Service, Oerlikon Textile India Pvt.Ltd since 1996.
He joined the company in 1996 as Manager (Erection and commissioning Services) for Barmag Spinning Machines.
Before he worked as Production Incharge in a Polyester Filament Yarn spinning plants.
Ramakant Katre has a Master of Technology degree in Fiber Science and Technology from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, a premier Technological Institute in India.
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Planning
Executing
Start-up
– Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach
Barmag service already started in Baroda in early 1990s. Full Fledged Service Station was started in 1995.
Presently the Service Team from Baroda Service Station is not just only capable of trouble shooting the machines, but are experts for installations and start-up, project management, engineering, repair etc. in the area of spinning and texturizing machines.
Today they provide effective Service support for Oerlikon Barmag and Oerlikon Neumag machines in India as well as worldwide for the complete range of products
We started with DTY Service in early 1990s in Baroda with just 6 persons in customer service along with the first machine installation in India.
Today, out of about 95 employees, 40 are responsible for start-up, customer service, and repairs, 33 are taking care of on – site maintenance activity, with a support of 10 for spare part sales.
Apart from Repair shops at Baroda Service Station, On – Site Maintenance workshops are operative to take care of ACW and WINGS winders, Godets and pumps
OMF service history - India
Technical service
located very close to the major Man
Made Fiber producing area of Surat and
Silvassa/ Daman
customers workshops we repair and
maintain ACW and WINGS winders, Godets
and Pumps
On your demand.
We started a process to reorganize our customer support in Oerlikon Manmade Fiber to meet our customers needs better.
Therefore we started having a detailed look not only into our technology, but as well to the different market needs.
We received valuable input from the interviews from our Indian customers.
We will increase our performance!
OMF Partnering for Performance
Customer feedback
When it’s out of warranty, it becomes very difficult to get concrete help from Barmag’s after-sales department. Now they are mostly interested in selling spare parts.
Biggest pain points are spare part availability, lead times for orders, and repair return
Current service structure and support level are driving a lot of issues for dissatisfaction
No transparency regarding problem solving timeline, nor when things get done
Experienced decreasing quality of Barmag machine spare parts, esp. outsourced spare parts
For frequently occurring issues, it is too slow to wait for Barmag’s upgrades, plus the costs paid to Barmag would be much higher than done in-house
Customer Complaints
Customers Recommendations
one person interface
Guaranteed responce time
willing to invest in potential tech consultation projects, to - Decrease operation costs - Increase energy efficiency - Improve product quality, by optimizing machine specs
Need to see measurable results (cost and benefit analysis) for consulting
Under an ideal model, we won’t need to ship any machines offsite for repair; everything can be repaired on-site.
We already purchased a lot of testing equipment. If we invest more to set up a full scale service station on-site, supervised by Barmag engineer, that would be very convenient, and we can discuss about how each party should invest in this model.
We understood – Partnering for Performance
Local stocks for higher availability, shorter lead times
Increasing service employees targeting better customer intimacy (not only being available during installation of machines and for spare part sales
More presence on-site during operations
Efficiency improvements / Energy efficiency upgrades
Proactive information about available solutions
Ensuring succession solutions
Quicker repair times
Focused around customers' strategic priorities : “Optimize”
Equipment availability
Performance (cost/ton)
and Repairs
Upgrades Expertise-
based services
Thank you.
2 14:35 - 14:50 hrs – Evaluating the textile value chain |
Markus Reichwein
Detlev Schulz / Stephan Faulstich
4 15:10 - 15:25 hrs – Integrated Solutions for the Manmade Fiber Industry:
Poly-condensation | Achim Debener
5 15:25 - 15:45 hrs – New Staple Fiber Solutions | Max Hergenreder
6 15:45 - 16:05 hrs – Partnering for Performance – new Service Solutions |
Ramakant Katre
7 16:05 - 16:25 hrs – Logistics - Key to an efficient fil ament yarn
production | Volker Schmid
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Volker Schmid Director Sales at AC-Automation
Joined AC-Automation in 2009 with the takeover of product division “filament handling”
Entered the filament automation department of AUTEFA automation in 1996
Project design from 1996-1997
Director Sales 2004-2008
Volker Schmid holds a Diploma in Mechanical Engineering from Augsburg University of Applied Science
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AC Automation
-
Warehouse and dispatch center at Mülheim-Kärlich
-3 locations in Germany:
CUSTOMER LOCATION SYSTEM TYPE BOBBIN S PER DAY
Sanghi Indorama Hyosung DuPont Saehan Nan Ya DuPont DuPont Lan Fa Zig Sheng FCFC Nan Ya Nylmex Hoechst ShinKong ShinKong ShinKong ShinKong DuPont SAKoSa Nilit
India India Korea Germany Korea Taiwan Brazil Great Britain Taiwan Taiwan Taiwan USA Mexico Germany Taiwan Taiwan Taiwan Taiwan USA Turkey Israel
Fully automatic spinning plant Fully automatic spinning plant Automatic POY packing system Automatic POY storage/packing system Fully automatic spinning plant Fully automatic texturing (AFK) plant Automatic POY doffing/packing system Automatic POY transportation system Fully automatic texturing (AFK) plant Fully automatic spinning plant Fully automatic spinning plant Fully automatic spinning plant Fully automatic spinning plant Automatic POY doffing system Fully automatic texturing plant (AFK/33J) Fully automatic spinning plant Fully automatic spinning plant Automatic DTY packing system Fully automatic spinning plant Automatic tire cord doffing system Automatic POY doffing system
8.000 7.800 8.600
30.000 13.500 8.700
25.000 8.000 4.500
CUSTOMER LOCATION SYSTEM TYPE BOBBINS PER DAY
DuPont DuPek Lan Fa YKK Brilen Nilit Lan Fa DuPont TWD Val Lesina STPC
Nilit Glanzstoff Bohemia STPC Barmag SASA Indorama Nilit STPC Ten Cate
Germany Mexico Taiwan USA Spain Israel Taiwan Great Britain Germany Italy Iran
Israel Czech Republic
Automatic BCF storage/packing system Fully automatic spinning plant Automatic DTY packing system Automatic POY doffing system Automatic POY doffing/packing system Automatic POY doffing system Fully automatic texturing (AFK) plant Fully automatic spinning plant Fully automatic spinning plant Automatic POY/DTY packing system Fully automatic spinning plant incl. automatic pallet & bale warehousing
Tail turning station Inspection loop
Fully automatic bale transport Automatic POY doffing system Fully automatic spinning plant Automatic POY doffing/packing system Automatic POY doffing system Extension Transport, packing & warehousing system
26.000 28.000 30.000 1.500 1.500 3.200
60.000 6.000 7.000 6.000
Technopartners Noyfil Technofibres PPG Alsafil Lan Fa Diolen Julon Slovkord Alok Industries Zhejiang Shengyuan Zhejiang Shengyuan Nilit Sumeet Sanathan Wellknown Liaoning Longqiwan Yiwu Huading Yiwu Huading Fujian Jingfeng
Netherlands Switzerland Luxemburg Great Britain Italy China Germany Slowenia Slovakia India China China Israel India India India China China China China
Artificial grass bobbin handling POY/DTY automation system Automatic POY doffing/packing system Glass fibre bobbin handling Fully automatic texturing plant (MPS) Fully automatic texturing plant (AFK) Technical yarn automation system Fully automatic POY plant Fully automatic technical yarn plant Automatic POY/FDY doffing & packing Fully automatic FDY plant Automatic POY doffing system Automatic POY doffing system Automatic POY/FDY doffing system Automatic POY/FDY doffing & packing Automatic POY/FDY doffing & packing Fully automatic POY/FDY plant Fully automatic POY/FDY plant Automatic DTY packing system Fully automatic POY/HOY plant
15.000 12.000 5.000 1.000 6.500
30.000 3.000 7.500 4.500
115.000 150.000 25.000 1.000
• Labor reduction (higher independence from
workforce)
• Higher flexibility (no mixing of products) • Precise and repeatable packing uniformity • Higher yarn price due to constant
documented quality operation
– Semi-automatic solution still considering
creel cart handling)
Semi-automatic solution (Animation)
Simulation of complete automation systems prior detailed design:
• all physical parameters of a machine are being considered in a model (e.g. speed, acceleration, deceleration, weight …)
• Quantities of equipment, distances and production data is considered
• Results leads to conceptional improvements and optimum final layout.
• Software can be tested prior site installation.
E R R O R : i o e r r o r
O F F E N D I N G C O M M A N D : i m a g e
S T A C K :