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ATME-I MEGATEX returns to GWCC as part of TASPIW
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Feb '10
On the 18-20 May, Atlanta's Georgia World Congress Center will open their doors to the next ATME-I MEGATEX exhibition. The event, which is part of the Textile and Sewn Products Industry Week (TASPIW) will also see leading exhibitions SPESA Expo and Techtextil NA in the same hall. TASPIW will bring together leading suppliers and buyers in all areas of the textile supply chain from textile machinery to finishing products.

Co-organised by ATME-I Inc and The American Textile Machinery Association, ATME-I MEGATEX is well established in the industry's calendar, providing a regular focus on innovations in textile machinery. For the first time, this event as part of TASPIW will also feature leading players in technical textiles and sewn products.

Demand for stand space at ATME-I MEGATEX has been strong. Among the list of firms participating in Atlanta are: American Truetzschler Inc, American Monforts, Allertex, Erhardt + Leimer Inc, Karl Mayer, Morrison Textile Machinery Co, Navis Tubetex and R A Moore, as well as pavilions from Taiwan and China.

Another highlight at this year's event will include The AATCC International Conference. This will feature “something for everyone” and include three educational tracks, poster session, student paper competition, student textile bowl, welcoming reception and Award's luncheon, where the Association's most prestigious awards will be presented. The educational tracks will feature presentations geared for all facets of the textile industry and include Concept 2 Consumer, Chemical Applications, and Materials.

Show Manager Michael Wilton said, “ATME-I MEGATEX will have plenty to offer visitors irrespective of which part of the industry they work in. As part of TASPIW with Techtextil NA and SPESA Expo, 18-20 May at the Georgia World Congress Center is a must attend for all involved in the textile supply chain.”

Registration is free for ATME-I MEGATEX and enables visitors to benefit from free unlimited access to both Techtextil NA and SPESA Expo.

ATME-I MEGATEX is supported by the ATMA, NCTO, North Carolina Department of Commerce, AATCC, Textile Association India, NTA, SYFA, TEMSAD, SMART and CRI.

ATME-I MEGATEX


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