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Made in Italy textile machinery workshops in India
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Apr '12
ACIMIT, the Association of Italian Textile Machinery Manufacturers, is organizing two important workshops in Mumbai and Ichalkaranji (India). Italy's response to the strong demand for technology by the local textile industry.

India is the world's second largest market in terms of value for textile machinery imports (amounting to 1.11 billion euros). Italian technology is especially in demand. In fact, 133 million euros worth of Italian textile machinery was sold to India in 2011, a 19% increase compared to the previous year.

“Our companies have been observing developments in India for some time now,” states Sandro Salmoiraghi, President of ACIMIT, “Business opportunities have multiplied, particularly in recent years, owing in part to the incentives set up by the Indian authorities to promote the modernization of local industry.”

To meet this growing demand for Made in Italy textile machinery, ACIMIT is organizing two important events with Indian textile manufacturers. Mumbai and Ichalkaranji will play host to two workshops to be held on May 8 and 10, at which various Italian machinery manufacturers will be presenting their latest technology proposals.

The following Italian machinery manufacturers will be taking part: Cs Automazione, Fimat, Flainox, Itema, Jaeggli Meccanotessile, Ptmt, Smit, Testa. The workshops, organized by ACIMIT, are part of the “Machines Italia in India” program financed by the Ministry for Economic Development, which has entrusted the organization to the Federmacchine group (the Federation of Italian Manufacturers of Capital Goods).

“Machines Italia in India” is an initiative aimed at supporting the internationalization activities of businesses in the sector, in an area that is currently experiencing some of the most intense economic development anywhere in the globe.

Background on Italian textile machinery industry and ACIMIT:
ACIMIT represents an industrial sector comprising around 300 companies (employing close to 12,400 people) and producing machinery for an overall value of about 2.7 billion euros, with exports amounting to 80% of total sales.

The quality of Italian textile technology is evidenced by the high number of countries in which Italian machinery is sold: around 130 countries worldwide.

Creativity, technology, reliability and quality are the characteristics which have made Italy a global leader in the manufacturing of textile machinery.

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