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Display of latest finishing technology to Iranian industry
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Dec '08
After a period of crisis Iranian textile industry observed a good momentum due to the modernization and development of whole industry. The importance of textile and clothing in the Iranian economy is unquestionable (12,3% of total national production and 14,8% of total workforce).

Meanwhile local textile consumption and total industry production have been increasing. Most important pattern of Iran's textile industry is evolving towards non apparel segments. Now many local companies are addressing their attention to more added value products. The consequence is a requested updating of finishing technology by Iranian textile industry.

In order to respond to this need the Association of Italian Textile Machinery Manufacturers (ACIMIT) and the Italian Institute for Foreign Trade (ICE) will organize a technical workshop on Italian technology for finishing sector in Teheran on next February 17, 2009. It follows several promotional initiatives that ACIMIT and ICE have been realizing for many years on Iranian market.

Generally most of the people involved in the Iran's textile industry know very well Italian machinery. In 2007 Italian exports to Iranian market reached a value of € 34 million (+19% on previous year). In the first eight months of 2008 Italian sales amounted to € 20 million. Finishing machinery represent 21% of total Italian exports.

300 Italian companies (with 20,000 employees) that produce machinery for a value of about Euro 2,400 million, pay the highest attention to the requests of the textile industry to propose new solutions of innovation, productivity, safety with the utmost satisfaction of their clients.

The quality of the Italian textile technology is testified by the high number of Countries where the Italian machinery are sold: about 130. Exports represent 78% of total sales. Asia (with a share of 43%) is the main destination for Italian sector exports, followed by Europe (38%), Latin America (9%), North America (5%) and Africa (5%).

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