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Nan Ya Places Order For Barmag Equipment

As part of a texturing capacity expansion, Taiwan-based Nan Ya Plastics Corp. has placed an order with Germany-based Barmag for its new MPS® texturing machine and ACW® and CSW® take-up heads. Barmag will supply Nan Ya with 48 MPS machines, destined for a production site in China that has an annual production capacity of 56,000 tons of textured yarn. According to Barmag, the MPS is capable of texturing all types of yarns including super-microfilament yarns.


Nan Ya Plastics Corp. recently ordered 48 MPS® texturingmachines from Barmag as part of a series of orders that will total 120 machines.This order is the first of several that will include a total of 120 texturing machines. Order delivery and commission will take place between July 2005 and March 2006.

Yarns to be textured will be produced using Barmag spinning systems. In a separate agreement, Barmag will supply Nan Ya with 320 complete Barmag take-up positions, which will include ACW take-up heads for winding fully drawn yarns, and the new CSW take-up heads for winding partially oriented yarns. The plant is scheduled for completion by the end of next year.

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