The textile industry is one of the most complicated industrial chains in the manufacturing industry. The complexity of the sector is reflected by the difficulty in finding a clear-cut classification system for the different activities involved. Historically, the textile “bond” has been fragmented into five more or less independent but determined industrial branches. • the cotton planters and sheep growers;• the manufacturers of synthetically fibres;• the spinners: weavers and knitters, etc. who produce textile surfaces or fabrics;• the pretreatment, dyeing, printing, finishing and impregnating of textile fabrics, yarns, fibres or goods is manufactured by the so-called textile finishing industry;• the ready-made clothing section where fabrics are cut and assembled.
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Dr. Katia Lacasse
Dr.-Ing. Werner Baumann
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Systemische Notwendigkeit zur Weiterentwicklung von Hybridnetzen