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Leading players sign up for textile “Machinery Year Book'
06
Jul '12

Globally renowned textile machinery producers have come forward to be featured in the much awaited impact feature‘Machinery Year Book’ from fibre2fashion.

 

Among them are leading names like Switzerland based – Rieter, Italy based - Bierrebi and Durst Phototechnik AG with more others expected to join. 

 

Fibre2fashion – one of the biggest B2B textile, garment and fashion websites worldwide, with more than 1.5 million global visitors is launching the ‘Machinery Year Book’.

 

Through the impact feature – fibre2fashion provides an opportunity for the global textile machinery manufacturers to showcase their technology and in the process directly target their core industry consumers in various textile hubs. 

 

Alongside, the impact feature would carry information pertaining to new technology, innovation, industry articles, white papers and case studies across the entire textile value-chain.

 

Fibre2fashion has a rich experience of successfully launching impact features like - 'Sustainability in Textiles' in the recent past, in which too, globally renowned dyes and chemical producers like Huntsman, Dystar, Clariant, Dow Corning & others were featured.

 

Fibre2fashion with a legacy of over 12 years and a visitor base from over 190 countries will ensure that ‘Machinery Year Book’ gets prime visibility among the core audience of the global textile value-chain through marketing and promotional activities.

 

The Machinery Year Book would be made available in a downloadable e-format as well as a hard copy. Fibre2fashion will also circulate the ‘Machinery Year Book’ to about 5,000 decision makers across the textile industry value-chain.

 

Click here to know more and to be featured in the Machinery Year Book. 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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