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Saurer Group and Premier Evolvics join forces to develop new clearer generation

According to Saurer, the joint know-how in this joint venture opens new possibilities in optimizing the data processing for customers.

10th November 2015

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Wattwil


Saurer Group, the leading producer of automatic winders, has joined forces with Premier Evolvics to form a joint venture Saurer Premier Technologies in Coimbatore, India, in order to develop and manufacture the new generation of yarn clearers.

“The innovative and pro-active team of Premier is an excellent match to Schlafhorst Winding team,” commented Martin Folini, CEO of Saurer Group. “We are very proud that we have managed to find such an excellent partner for our continued development of the active management of the spinning process.”

Close cooperation

“Continuous development of the clearer in close cooperation with a winder manufacturer is a huge advantage,” said Sridhar Varadaraj, Managing Director of Premier Evolvics.

“The joint venture partnership is a win-win for both parties but first and foremost for the customer who in the future can profit from the synergy arising from this cooperation.”

Joint know-how

Saurer has decided to form a joint venture in order to take a step closer to completing the control of the data in the spinning process and optimize the yarn quality. According to the company, the joint winding and clearer know-how in this joint venture opens new possibilities in optimizing the data processing for customers.

The first innovation resulted from this joint venture is IRisFX, a new clearer generation with superior foreign fibre and white PP detection, which will be presented at the ITMA 2015 exhibition in Milan at  both Saurer and Premiere booths.

Saurer Group

The Saurer Group is a leading textile industry group mainly specialising in machinery and components for yarn processing. Saurer unites the spinning brands Schlafhorst and Zinser, the twisting brands of Allma and Volkmann, pre-spinning brand Jintan and the Saurer Embroidery brand along with the Saurer Components division.

With annual sales around EUR 1.0 billion, 4,000 the group has employees worldwide and locations in Switzerland, Germany, Turkey, Brazil, Mexico, USA, China, India and Singapore.


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