Küsters, leader in wet finishing leader

January 2007
Indian Textile Journal;Jan2007, Vol. 117 Issue 4, p59
The article features Küsters Textile GmbH, a leading supplier of wet finishing ranges to the textile industry. The company has subsidiaries in Hong Kong, China, the U.S. and India. The company was created from the Küsters Zittauer Maschinenfabrik and the Textile Division of the Küsters plant. According to the article, Küsters Zittauer has been producing machines for the textile industry since 1907. The products and services offered include continuous ranges for wovens and knitted goods, bleaching, mercerizing, dyeing, washing, carpet processing, equipment for water removal, vacuum systems, chemical and finishing padders.


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