Rima Machines: Specialisation is the key to success

The Textile magazine|March 2020

Rima Machines: Specialisation is the key to success
Apart from manufacturing two-for-one (TFO) twisting machines for traditional textiles, Rima Machines also produces TFO’s for producing technical textiles like tarpaulins, tyre cords, hoses, fishnets, etc where heavy denier yarn is used
Arun Rao

“The pace of growth of the technical textiles segment is nearly double as against the growth of traditional textiles segment, since usage of technical textiles products has expanded fast in recent years,” avers A.K. Kalra, Director (Technical and Sales) at Surat-based Rima Machines (P) Ltd. “Apart from manufacturing two-for-one (TFO) twisting machines for traditional textiles, Rima Machines also produces TFO’s for producing technical textiles like tarpaulins, tyre cords, hoses, fishnets, etc., where heavy denier yarn is used. Most of these machines are customised as per the requirement of the customer and are available in spindle pots ranging from 70 mm to 400 mm, with the capability to run 20 or even 15,000 denier yarn.

J.C. Mahadevwala was already running a successful business of manufacturing textile fabrics, when he started Rima Machines in 1984. The company was started after his sons, Kishore and Dilip Mahadevwala who joined the family business after graduating in mechanical engineering. The company began by manufacturing twisting machines for nylon, pure silk and polyester filament yarns mainly for the Surat market. In 1994, the company diversified into producing two-for-one (TFO) twisting machines, again for polyester and nylon filament yarn.

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