ITMA Traffic Exceeds Expectations

ITMA has had a great forecast for 2015 and that has defiantly proven to be true.  The floor traffic in general and visitors to the booth has exceeded our expectations at Navis TubeTex.  We have had tremendous interest from the technical textile market, with particular focus on the Marshall & Williams line for finishing and coating.  We…

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ITMA 2015 Opening Day!

  After tremendous preparation and a lot of work by the Navis Team, Navis TubeTex is pleased to kick off ITMA 2015. With a little over 1,600 exhibitors representing 46 countries, we are looking forward to a great show and taking the time to meet with business associates from around the globe. Navis TubeTex provides high-quality, high-tech…

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Navis Tubetex Launches New Technology for Spirality Control in Knitted Fabrics

Patented Technology! Lexington, NC – October, 20, 2015. Navis TubeTex, a leading supplier of high technology finishing machinery to the global textile industry has announced the launch of an all new technology for controlling spirality in knit fabrics. Also referred to as “torque”, spirality is one of the most difficult challenges in finishing knit fabrics.…

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Navis Tubetex Continues to Improve Advanced Technologies

Navis Tubetex, based in Lexington, N.C., provides high-quality, high-tech finishing machinery for knit, woven, technical and nonwovens fabrics. According to President & CEO Will Motchar, the company’s differentiators are advanced technology, especially in providing low energy, chemical and water usage; high-quality machinery that has the lowest total cost of ownership (longer life and lower running…

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Navis TubeTex TM-100 Compactor Success In Turkey

Navis TubeTex is pleased to announce further success for shrinkage control machinery for Turkey. Tamteks Tekstil in Corlu, Turkey has just started production with the TM-100 for hard to control, sensitive fabrics with great success. Navis TubeTex TM-100 compactor controls shrinkage in 100% viscose to less than 4-5% at a speed of 30 m/m and…

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