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French textile machinery ready for ITMA ASIA+CITME
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May '08
Western Europe remains the place for innovations and French textile machinery manufacturers are the most important after German, Italian and Swiss.

France accounts for close to 7% of the worldwide textile machinery not including the production of Chinese manufacturers for the local market.

Together the 35 French manufacturers' annual exports exceed 1 billion Euros (1.5 billion US$). They are federated by an active Association, UCMTF.

French Textile Machinery Manufacturers are now ready for the first ITMA ASIA+CITME show in Shanghai. “We can offer very interesting solutions to the strategic Asian markets” says Bruno AMELINE, UCMTF Chairman “and this in the application sectors, in which are particularly strong as weaving preparation, nonwovens, and specialized spinning, dyeing and finishing machinery”.

Most French machinery manufacturers are specialty manufacturers, SMEs but world leaders or among the world leaders on niche markets and specific applications.

Bruno AMELINE analyzes “While offering high tech machinery, I strongly believe we have to customize our machines and offer tailor made solutions to our customers.

Our most important added value lies in working closely with our customers, in producing made to orders machines on short delivery time, in being flexible.

We also have to actively participate in the decision process of our customers in order to propose them solutions for their own production strategies and become more and more process partners and not only suppliers of off-shelf machinery.”

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