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TTNA to feature high-end technical textiles & nonwovens
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Feb '08
Techtextil North America (TTNA) will feature nine international pavilions at North America's premier trade fair for technical textiles and nonwovens, being held April 1-3, 2008, at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta, GA.

TTNA will welcome groups from Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy (two pavilions – textiles and machinery), Portugal, Taiwan and Turkey, featuring high-end technical textiles and nonwovens.

Pavilion highlights will include:
France:
Dedicated to developing international markets for its more than 60 textile company members, CLUBTEX, an “ambassador” of the technical textiles market in France, will highlight four companies in its pavilion. Among them are Pennel & Flipo, experts in coated fabrics for inflatable applications, and Protechnic Thermoplast, specialists in roll-form thermoadhesives. The pavilion will feature products for protection, transportation, aerospace, construction, filtration and medical applications.

Italy:
For the second time, the ITC (Italian Trade Commission) and TexClubTech (Association of Technical and Innovative Textiles) have joined forces to exhibit at TTNA. This pavilion will feature twelve companies exhibiting innovative Made in Italy fabrics and nonwovens. Represented by a wide cross section of manufacturers, the pavilion will feature fibers, yarns, nets, fabrics, nonwovens, coatings and finishings.

In the machinery-specific Italian pavilion, the ITC and ACIMIT (Italian Association of Textile Machinery Manufacturers) will host seven manufacturers specializing in the production of equipment for technical textiles. The Italian textile machinery industry is increasingly investing in the research and production of equipment for technical and innovative textiles.

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