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267 exhibitors from 22 countries partake at KTM 2014
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Nov '14
267 exhibitors from globally renowned textile technology and equipment providers from 22 countries participated at the recently concluded KTM 2014 in Turkey.

Of the 267 exhibitors, Germany with 49 and Italy with 47 exhibitors led the strong 196 line-up of overseas exhibitors.

Other exhibitors came from Austria, Belgium, UK, China, France, India, Spain, Switzerland, Japan, Korea and Taiwan.

KTM 2014 attracted 7891 visitors from 21 different Turkish cities like Gaziantep, Adana, Osmaniye, Kayseri, Nigde, Sanliurfa, Adiyaman, Bursa, Denizli, Usak and Kahramanmaras.

Rieter and its Turkish agent, Erbel said they hosted over 300 visitors from around 100 textile companies.

Italian weaving machine producer – Itema S.p.a said it was pleased to host senior officials from Alperteks Mensucat A.S. during KTM 2014.

It said, “We received our first order from Alperteks Mensucat in 2012 and since then we have supplied more than 100 A9500 machines, thanks to their repeat orders.”

During the International Textile Summit (ITS) held concurrently with KTM 2014, a symposium, a panel discussion and a R&D Project Market exhibition were hosted.

57 speakers which include, Turkish and foreign academicians and industrialists made presentations during the symposium, while 70 projects were exhibited in the R&D Project Market.

The symposium addressed all the segments of the textile value chain, including challenges and expectations of the Turkish textile industry.

National Cotton Council of America, Istanbul Textile and Raw Material Exporters’ Association (ITHIB) and Mediterranean Textile and Raw Material Exporters’ Association (ATHIB) supported the fair. (AR)

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