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German Pavilion to showcase latest innovations at Cinte Techtextil
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Sep '08
Cinte Techtextil China, running 20 - 22 October 2008 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre, Pudong, Shanghai, is the only trade fair of its kind in Asia: a specialized event showcasing technical textiles and nonwoven products.

Now in its eighth year, the show attracts more than half of its exhibitors (320 from 22 countries & regions in 2006) and nearly 20% of its visitors from overseas. Held only once every two years, it is co-organised by leading nonwovens and technical textile industry associations across China.

Since 2000, the show's size has grown 283%. The number of visitors attending has grown 170% - with more than 7,000 buyers from 59 countries and regions at the last show. Over 200 companies from 13 countries & regions have signed up to participate, including national and regional pavilions from Belgium, France, Germany and Italy.

Germany is Europe's premier producer of technical textiles. The competitiveness of the German technical textiles and nonwoven industry is decisively shaped by intensive research and development and strong technical know-how. The German pavilion will be one of the show highlights showcasing the country's latest innovations.

In addition to supporting the participation of German trade and industry at international trade fairs and exhibitions, the German government also organizes its own presentations abroad. Accordingly, this official presentation of the Federal Republic of Germany is being organized by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi) in co-operation with the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry (AUMA). Most of the companies presenting their products and services at the company group exhibition are small and medium-sized businesses.

Cinte Techtextil China

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