Textile Technology fair ITMA Asia + CITME returns to Shanghai

TMA Asia + CITME returns to Shanghai in October 2016, at a new location – the National Exhibition and Convention Centre (NECC).

Despite a controversy within the industry about the show’s decision to run on a biennial schedule rather than the expected four-year cycle, the textile technology show is shaping up to be a well-attended event.

At the close of space applications for exhibitors, more than 90 percent of the 180,000 square meters (m2) of exhibition space had been sold. In addition, organizers hope to attract more than 100,000 trade show visitors from around the globe.

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The combined show is owned by the European Textile Machinery Manufacturers

Association (CEMATEX), and its China-based partners the Sub-Council of c, CCPIT (CCPIT-Tex); China Textile Machinery Association (CTMA); and China Exhibition Centre Group Corp. (CIEC).

The event is organized by the Beijing Textile Machinery International Exhibition Co. and co-organized by MP Expositions Pte. Ltd. In addition, the Japan Textile Machinery Association (JTMA) is a special partner of the show.

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Textile Technology Fair in Vietnam

A textile Technology fair held by Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association (Vinatas) in collaboration with the Textile Machinery Association under the Germany Engineering Federation (VDMA) has introduced Germany’s latest textile and apparel technologies local enterprises in Hanoi, Vietnam. A similar event is again will be held on July 7.

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The forum had the participation of around 650 business representatives and experts from Vietnam’s textile and support industries.

Vietnam’s garment and textile export is forecast to grow by 10 percent this year so Vietnam’s textile and apparel industry need to be updated and improvement in quality, especially for supplying cloth for for-export garment making, is also primary concern for The VDMA Textile Machinery Association groups comprising 130 companies manufacturing textile machines and equipment with a value of 3.1 billion EUR (3.46 billion USD) in 2015.