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Italian textile machinery to hog limelight at Techtextil
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Mar '17
The Association of Italian Textile Machinery Manufacturers (ACIMIT), a private body promoting Italian textile machinery, has announced that Italian machinery is set to steal to show with around 70 Italian machinery manufacturers taking part in Techtextil Frankfurt, the world’s largest industry event for technical textiles, from May 9 to 12, 2017, in Germany.

In recent years, the technical and innovative textiles industry has seen a great deal of development in many markets, and especially in Europe, where over 30 per cent of revenue in the textile industry derives from the production of textiles for technical and innovative applications.

Demand for such products has consequently also driven a demand for ad hoc machinery specifically designed for this sector. The offering promoted by Italy’s textile machinery industry is thus expanding to the new demands of customers operating in this specific sector. ACIMIT estimates that more than 100 of its member companies are now working in this sector.

A testament to the dynamism that characterises the Italian textile machinery industry in the technical textiles sector comes from the sheer number of Italian manufacturers who will be exhibiting in Frankfurt. Around 25 companies will be exhibiting in the exhibition area organised by the Italian Trade Agency and ACIMIT in hall 3.0, booth B08-B10.

The ACIMIT member companies participating in the expo are 4M Plants, Beschi, Bianco, Bombi, Bonino, Canalair, Caru, Cogne, Cubotex, Dell’orco & Villani, Etv, Fadis, Mesdan, Monti-Mac, Noseda, Pmt Ribbons, Ratti, Rollmac, Sariel, Saspe, Sicam, Textape, Toscana Spazzole, Unitech, and Zappa. (GK)

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