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Over 151 exhibitors to participate in Techtextil NA 2017
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Apr '17
Courtesy: Messe Frankfurt
Courtesy: Messe Frankfurt
The 14th Techtextil North America 2017 show's exhibitor list proves it to be the best show held outside of Atlanta yet. More than 151 exhibitors from 17 countries have already registered for the show, making 2017 a record breaking year for Techtextil. The show dedicated to technical textiles and nonwovens will be held on June 20-22 in Chicago, Illinois.

Some of the new exhibitors to the show floor at Techtextil 2017 include AG Cilander, a Swiss textile finishing and coating company with experience in fashion and technical textiles; Color Service Srl, an Italy based world leader in the production of automatic dosing systems for the textile industry; and GTI Graphic Technology, a US based company offering products ranging from desktop viewers to color harmony rooms.

Guangzhou Xibo Chemical Technology Co Ltd from China that makes Sileather, a new type of performance leather made of 100 per cent silicone, will also exhibit its products at the event. Taconic from US that produces high performance PTFE coated fiberglass fabrics, tapes and belts for a diverse range of applications, wherever there is a need for high temperature and non stick properties, will also bring its products to Techtextil.

At this year's event in Chicago, the German Pavilion, organised by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) in cooperation with Association of the German Trade Fair Industry will host 25 exhibitors.

Eschler Technical Textiles Ltd, stands for customised and sustainable developed warp knitted textiles for a variety of applications; Gruschwitz Textilwerke AG, a supplier for yarns focussing on twisted, winded or coated threads; and Olbrich GmbH, a system supplier of intelligent machine and line concepts for the production of web products including technical textiles, will showcase their products at the German Pavilion. (KD)

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