Demand For Winding Machines Will Exhibit Higher Growth At 7.4% CAGR By 2032

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Competitive Landscape

Prominent winding machine manufacturers are AIKI RIOTECH, Armature Coil Equipment, Bianco, Broomfield, CONSTRUMA, CORGHI TEXTILE, DEMAS MAKINE, Eternal Automation, FADIS, FORMERTRON Engineering (I) Pvt. Ltd, LAE LUGHESE ATTREZZATURE PER, LOIMEX, Marsilli, Rieter, RIUS, Schleich, Starlinger, TAINING MACHINE INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD, TALLERES RATERA S.A., Tuboly-Astronic AG, and Whitelegg Machines Ltd.

The high initial cost of winding machines will create a significant bottleneck in producing competitive machines. Key market players are working to launch advanced technology into the market. Also, there is an emerging need to develop automated processes to pave the way for higher volume production. Major manufacturers are expected to offer different categories and types of multi-speed machines to serve different functions across industries.

Growing technological development is a major market trend for winding machines. Companies producing winding machines are transitioning towards more advanced technology to address this problem.

  • The CWF 2000 device was introduced in 2021 by BTSR International, an Italian producer of electronic sensors for quality control in manufacturing. It is based on multi-patented system technology. Regardless of the wire’s pace, which is influenced by the machine’s speed, the size of the coil, as well as the section or shape of the coil, it can feed the wire consistently and uniformly owing to its design and implementation.
  • Talema Group was acquired by a Swedish manufacturer of communication equipment, KAMIC Group AB, in June 2021. By making this acquisition, KAMIC Group AB broadened its geographic reach and enhanced the value of its current operations.

Fact.MR has provided detailed information about the price points of key manufacturers of winding machines positioned across regions, sales growth, production capacity, and speculative technological expansion, in the recently published report.

Segmentation of Winding Machine Industry Research

  • By Machine Type :
    • Paper Winding Machines
    • Film Winding Machines
    • Thread Winding Machines
    • Foil Winding Machines
    • Wire & Coil Winding Machines
  • Spool Winding Machines
    • By Winding Type :
    • Horizontal Winding Machines
    • Vertical Winding Machines
  • By Number of Spindles :
    • Less than 2
    • 2—6
    • 4—6
    • Above 6
  • By Spindle speed :
    • Less than 2500 rpm
    • 2500—5000 rpm
    • 5000—7500 rpm
    • Above 7500 rpm
  • By Operation :
    • Manual Winding Machines
    • Semi-automatic Winding Machines
    • Automatic Winding Machines
  • By End-use Industry :
    • Aerospace & Defense
    • Automotive
    • Construction & Mining
    • Consumer Electronics
    • Electrical & Electronics
    • Healthcare & Medical Devices
    • Industrial Machinery
    • Paper & Printing
    • Textile Industry
    • Others
  • By Region :
    • North America
    • Latin America
    • Europe
    • East Asia
    • South Asia & Oceania
    • Middle East & Africa