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German Symposium 'Textile Technology' in Central Asia
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With the German Symposium "Textile Technology" in Central Asia on May 19-20, 2009 at Tashkent, Uzbekistan, Federal Ministry of Economics and Technologies of Germany is supporting the German medium-sized business enterprises operating in the textile machinery industry, the emergence and development of new and growing markets.

At the initiative of the German Federation of Industrial Engineering (VDMA) Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology has incorporated the German Symposium "Textile Technology", held in Uzbekistan in the official program of the German participation in foreign exhibitions and fairs for 2009.

Uzbekistan is one of the new textile markets, has not yet been mastered by many German suppliers of machinery and equipment. Cultural and economic barriers currently hampering access to this market.

German textile machinery - this industry, which has historically dominated by medium-sized businesses. With a share of exports and about 95% of staff, on average, less than 150 people, the industry must be extremely responsive to all new requests for our customers.

Moreover, in recent years become shorter cycles of displacement markets high-quality textile products from one region to another.

German companies, the vast majority of its medium-sized businesses, offering products and innovations in the following areas:
• spinning preparatory machinery manufacturing
• spinning machines
• Installations for the production of non-woven material
• looms
• knitting (knitting) machines
• Finishing Machines
• chemical auxiliary agents for textiles
• environmental management systems (certification)

VDMA Textile Machinery Association

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