So what do companies expect from this second instalment of this leading international trade fair? What does Texprocess mean for them? The following statements in reply to these questions come from Heiner Rupperath from Brother, Dietrich Eickhoff from Dürkopp Adler, Ivonne Heinen-Foudeh from Gerber Technology, Thorsten Hornung from Hornung, Dr. Andreas Seidl from Human Solutions, Alexander Neuss from Lectra, Cornelia Mast from Pfaff, Hideki Tajima from Tajima, Günter Veit from Veit and Michael Metzler from ZSK.
Heiner Rupperath, Product Manager IPM (Industrial Printing Machines), Brother Internationale Industriemaschinen GmbH: "As was the case in 2011 Texprocess 2013 is very important for us. It is the leading trade fair for innovation in the field of jointing technology and an opportunity to address many important customers. Alongside the established fields of sewing and textile printing at Brother we will be showing a completely new innovation.”
Dietrich Eickhoff, CEO, Dürkopp Adler AG: “The unexpected success of the 2011 premiere already gave ‘wings’ to the concept of combining Texprocess with Techtextil. Dürkopp Adler is a supplier both to the clothing industry and processors of technical textiles and so participation in this leading international trade fair is an absolute must. Nowhere else would you find this combination of expertise and innovation is unique and also for any customer it is an event not to be missed.”
Yvonne Heinen-Foudeh, marketing director of Gerber Technology GmbH: “The classic structures in the textile and garment industry are becoming blurred. Product and procurement channels are in flux. Europe is still important – not just as a sales market. It is the creative centre – from where everything is managed and tracked. It follows that software and service solutions act as success factors driving market growth. The IT@Texprocess area is the platform at Texprocess this is also tailored to information technology and software. Exactly what international decision makers need – exactly what Gerber Technology needs.”
Thorsten Hornung, managing director of Hornung GmbH: “For us Texprocess is an important meeting place. It is the ideal platform not only to present new products and developments to our customers in the field of ironing and finishing technology but also to gain new customers for our company. On top of this it gives us the opportunity to meet our global partners and run through our latest solutions in detail. Technical dialogue with industry representatives can also give added impetus to ideas and so extend the scope of our proposed solutions.”
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