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Techtextil proves leadership in technical textiles & nonwovens industry
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Jun '08
Techtextil Russia 2008 – the fourth international trade fair for technical textiles, nonwovens and protective clothing – took place in Moscow in the IEC Crocus Expo on May 27 – 29 2008.

2,139 professional visitors attended the trade fair where high-quality products were presented by 106 exhibitors from Austria, Belgium, Belorussia, Great Britain, Germany, India, Italy, China, Czech Republic, France, Russia, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Switzerland and South Korea.

The extensive program of the event, exhibitors demonstrating advanced technology products, the constant flow of professionals who came from various regions of Russia and the CIS countries to attend the fair – all these factors prove that technical textiles and nonwovens are in demand in the Russian and CIS markets.

Moscow is an important gateway to these markets, especially now that the Russian market is very attractive for foreign manufacturers due to the general economic growth, booming building, governmental programs for improvement of road construction, investments into aircraft construction and other industries.

Needs of the rapidly developing market fulfilled “This edition of Techtextil Russia has turned out to be the best one ever. The exhibitors are very satisfied with the quality of the visitors. They have promising business leads as well as some directly signed contracts.

The Techtextil Russia Symposium was packed. The demand and interest for information about market trends, new materials, technologies and products were fulfilled. The results of the whole event bring us a big step forward in this growing market.” - said Michael Jaenecke, Brand Manager Techtextil.


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