Fibre2fashion has launched this initiative, fresh from the success of the widely admired Impact Feature on ‘Sustainability’, which had seized the interest of the who’s who of the global textile chemical sector like Dow Corning, Dystar, Huntsman, Clariant, Novozymes, Genecor and others.
The Machinery Year Book provides an opening to the worldwide textile machinery manufacturer’s community to showcase their latest technologies and innovations to a wide and targeted base of core industry consumers within the textile hubs across the world.
The Machinery Year Book too has caught the interest of renowned global textile machinery producers like Rieter, Durst, Shima Seiki, Loris Bellini, Kornit Digital and Bierrebi, who have signed up to be featured in the Year Book, with more players expected to follow the suit.
Speaking about the Machinery Year Book, Rieter says, “As per our survey ‘Fibre2fashion’ is one of the best globally distributed online website, which reaches out to ‘The Decision Makers’. The Machinery Year Book will be a perfectly suitable medium to portray our company’s image in the minds of customers and we are delighted to be a part of it."
Kornit Digital reveals, “As a company with many years of experience in the field of direct-to-garment printing that is now moving to the roll fabric printing market, we believe that participating in fibre2fashion’s Machinery Year Book gives us the utmost exposure for our solutions in both DTG and textile printing markets”.
It adds, “We at Kornit appreciate the opportunity to work with fibre2fashion to deliver our messages for both the Asian as well as global markets for our complete Kornit solutions”.
On the Machinery Year Book, Shima Seiki said, “Considering the wide reach of fibre2fashion across the world, the Machinery Year Book will help us reach out to textile entrepreneurs operating their textile factories in the remotest areas of the globe”.
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.
The last date for registration to be featured in the Machinery Year Book is October 20. So do not miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to showcase your products.
Click here to know more and to be featured in the Machinery Year Book.
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