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ShanghaiTex 2013 to have 4 highlights & concurrent events
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May '13
The 16th International Exhibition on Textile Industry (ShanghaiTex 2013) will be held less than 1 month later at Shanghai New International Expo Centre, Pudong, Shanghai during June 10 - 13, 2013. The exhibition preparation items are basically completed and the show is ready to open.

This year, ShanghaiTex 2013 has launched many new highlights that attract visitors. Visitors cannot miss the following 4 highlights of the show and a series of concurrent events:

Highlight 1:  New theme zone of "Digital Printing Machinery"

This new theme zone is the first appearance in ShanghaiTex 2013 at digital printing machinery area to respond to the needs of the market for textile and garment printing fashion and trend.

The Digital Printing Machinery Zone will showcase domestic and foreign textile and garment printing technology, and will focus on the latest digital printing technology, supplies, software solution, programs and fashion trends.

Key exhibitors include: DGI, Digital Textile Solution, Digital Textile Technology, Digitex, Durst Phototechnik, Epson, Ergsoft, Kornit Digital, Human Digital, Huntsman, J. Zimmer, Konica Minolta, Reggiani, Mimaki, MS Srl, Print Prett, Ricoh, Stork Prints, Teman and many more.

Highlight 2:  The unprecedented scale of the Italian Pavilion

The ever largest Italian pavilion will occupy 2,500 sqm exhibition space at ShanghaiTex 2013 where you can meet more than 35 active leading manufacturers and suppliers.

They aim at demonstrating their technology advancement in the design and manufacturing of machinery with low environment impact and high energy savings.  To name a few key exhibitors, they are Signal, BTSR, Bianco, A. Piovan, Corino, Fait Group, Tecnorama, Savio, Santoni, Lonati, Brazzoli, Loris Bellini, Ms Srl, Lafer, Durst, Corghi, Reggiani, etc…

Highlight 3:  Automation solutions for enterprises

ShanghaiTex focuses on the automation demand from textile industry. The Spinning and Techtextile Machinery Zone attracts exhibitors of electronic control systems, inverters etc that helps enterprises solve manpower shortage, and upgrade and transform their whole operation.

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