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ITMA good experience for French textile machinery makers
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Jan '16
According to a French Textile Machinery Association (UCMTF) press release, ITMA 2015 was an outstanding experience for French textile machinery manufacturers despite the global uncertainties.

President of UCMTF Bruno Ameline said, “The French exhibitors met many more customers than they expected who included long time and new, and who came with real projects.”

“ITMA 2015 has been a great opportunity for each machinery manufacturer to show their latest innovations mainly developed from partnerships with their clients,” he added.

“Thanks to these machines, textile companies can introduce new products, sometimes disruptive ones, and have reliable, cost efficient and energy saving production processes,” Ameline observed.

Secretary general at UCMTF Evelyne Cholet said, “French machinery manufacturers were able to establish long term relationships with their customers worldwide.”

“The French seminars organised before ITMA in Iran and Uzbekistan and agreement signed with the Russian textile industry have been instrumental in attracting visitors to the French booths at ITMA,” she too added.

According to UCTMF, once again, sustainability was a main theme at ITMA, so the textile industry has to be an even better steward of the planet to answer the tremendous forces coming from the consumers.

“For many years, the French machinery manufacturers have been proactive to help reach this goal and make it compatible with their customer's financials,” the trade body informed.

In 2016, the French machinery manufacturers will also able exhibiting at ITM 2016 in Istanbul, ITMA Asia in Shanghai and India ITME in Mumbai. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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