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German firms partaking at Indo Intertex & Techtextil
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Mar '16
Courtesy: VDMA/Xetma Vollenweider
Courtesy: VDMA/Xetma Vollenweider
A good number of German textile machinery manufacturers are taking part in the upcoming editions of Indo Intertex, to be held in Jakarta in April and Techtextil North America in May in Atlanta.

Taking part at Indo Intertex are Dilo Systems, Dürkopp Adler, Erbatech, Nomaco, Reseda Binder, Sedo Treepoint, Setex Schermuly, Spinnbau, Temafa Maschinenfabrik, Pfaff Industriesysteme and Xetma Vollenweider.

As per a VDMA press release, Indonesia is one of the most relevant markets in the region, with €73 million worth of German machinery sold in 2015, up from €47 million in 2014.

For the eleventh consecutive edition of Techtextil North America, again a joint presentation of German companies producing high performance technical textiles and nonwovens will take place.

Participating companies include, Beba Mischtechnik, Brückner Textile Technologies, Expert Systemtechnik, Global International, Maier-Unitas and A. Monforts Textilmaschinen.

Other companies exhibiting at the trade show are Ontec Automation, Pleva, Georg Sahm, Strobel Spezialmaschinen and ZSK Stickmaschinen.

The US is traditionally the strongest markets for German technology and in 2015; German textile machinery shipped to the US topped reached €216 million in 2015. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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