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Weaving machine maker ITEMA again sponsors Milano Unica
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Mar '14
Itema S.p.A. is proudly sponsoring once again Milano Unica, the exclusive textile fair held in Milan and Shanghai, which brings together the best manufacturers of premium Made in Italy fabrics and apparel. 
 
This year the link with Milano Unica is stronger than ever with the President, Mr. Silvio Albini, being the Key Customer Testimonial at Itema’s Grand Opening of the new Shanghai premises immediately following Milano Unica.  Mr. Albini, in his role as the President of the eponymous Albini Group, is at the helm of one of the oldest and most loyal customers of Itema. 
 
Albini Group is a top European manufacturer of high-quality exclusive shirting fabrics and a real flagship of Made in Italy excellence. Albini Group has eight plants (five in Italy), with a total of more than 1300 employees worldwide.  
 
On March 6th, 2014, Itema will celebrate the Grand Opening of the new Company premises in Shanghai.  During the Grand Opening event, Itema will proudly unveil its latest advancements in weaving technology to allow its Customers to produce high quality fabrics and achieve maximum success.
 
Itema is an Italian privately-held multinational Company and leading player in the textile industry, providing best-in-class weaving machines for over 60 years, and bringing together Italian quality, Swiss precision and Chinese efficiency. The Company is present in China since 2003 with sales and after-sales teams, assembly and technical support in order to ensure the highest possible standard of weaving solutions, with a complete offering and service to its valuable Customers in the Chinese market.
 

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