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Made in Germany in Asia!!!!
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With German exports of textile machinery to Asia worth about 4 billion Euro in the last two years and a market share of more than 50%, Asia is definitely the most important destination for textile technology Made in Germany.

ITMA ASIA + CITME 2008
27–31 July 2008
Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC), Shanghai, P.R. China

At ITMA ASIA + CITME 2008 exhibitors from Germany will present their products and services on 10.000 square metres. Among the German companies roundabout 70 will exhibit under the umbrella of the official German presentation with over 3000 square metres hall space.

Initiated by the VDMA Textile Machinery Association, the official German presentation offers a comprehensive overview of textile technology from Germany. In the respective halls there will be German clusters for every specific application from spinning, over knitting and weaving to finishing and making-up machinery.

The German clusters offer visitors platforms for informing themselves on the latest developments of the specific branches. In a close exchange of experience with the German exhibitors, they can consult on the use of the right product for the right purpose and arrange all kinds of possible future co-operation.

The German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry (AUMA) as well as the VDMA-German Engineering Federation wish all exhibitors and visitors a successful tradefair visit, interesting contacts and conversations and a good exchange of experience between partners.

The German team is looking forward to meeting you at the German information stands in halls E1 and W4 and to answering your questions and trade inquiries.

Association of the German Trade Fair Industry (AUMA)

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