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Texprocess: all international market leaders to take part
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Jun '10
With almost a year still to go before the première, all leading companies of the garment manufacturing and textile processing markets have signed up for Texprocess 2011.

Detlef Braun, Member of the Board of Management of Messe Frankfurt: “Our new concept for the fair has been given a unanimously positive reception around the world. This is shown by the numerous discussions we have held with companies and trade associations over recent months, as well as by the numerous registrations submitted by leading manufacturers from home and abroad.” The first Texprocess, Leading International Trade Fair for Processing Textile and Flexible Materials, will be held in Frankfurt am Main from 24 to 27 May 2011. The conceptual partner is VDMA Garment and Leather Technology. The fair is also supported by IAF (International Apparel Federation), GermanFashion and CSMA (China Sewing Machinery Association).

From Japan, registrations have been received from Juki, the world's biggest sewing-machine manufacturer, as well as Brother Sewing Machines, Pegasus and Yamato. Other leading sewing machine manufacturers at Texprocess will include AMF Reece, A-S-S Automated-Sewing-Systems, Dürkopp Adler, Pfaff, China's Xi'an Typical and specialists for modern workplaces in the garment-manufacturing and textile-processing industries, Konrad Busche.

Registrations have also been received from Barudan and Tajima, two Japanese market leaders for embroidery machines. Sewing and embroidery accessories will be shown, inter alia, by sewing thread manufacturers, Amann & Söhne, Coats, Gütermann and Madeira, and needle specialists Ferd. Schmetz.

In the pattern design, CAD/CAM, plaiting and cutting technology segments, Assyst, Expert Systemtechnik, Lectra, IMA and Topcut-Bullmer will present their latest products at Texprocess. Human Solutions will also be there with measuring innovations while IT solutions for optimising operational processes and supply-chain management systems in the garment-manufacturing industry will be shown by a number of companies including AVM, Setlog and UpdateTexware.

International market leaders in the finishing sector, such as Veit, Rotondi and Macpi, as well as textile-logistics specialists including Meyer&Meyer and Transportex International AB, have registered for Texprocess 2011. Manufacturers of special machines for processing technical textiles, e.g., KSL Keilmann Sondermaschinenbau and the PMF – Fortuna Group, will also be taking part in the fair.

New on the Texprocess Advisory Council are Minoru Tominaga, General Manager of Tajima, Nadine Brehm, Head of Marketing AVM GmbH & Co. Softbase KG at AVM Softbase and Dieter Schätz, Sales Manager of KSL. Thus, in line with the fair, the Advisory Council covers the entire textile value chain, and numbers 23 international representatives of the industry, institutes and associations.

At Texprocess in Frankfurt am Main from 24 to 27 May 2011, some 500 companies will present the latest machines, plant, processes and services for the garment and textile manu¬facturing industries on around 50,000 square metres of exhibition space. The range of products and services to be seen covers all processing stages, i.e., from design, cutting, CAD/CAM and processing preparations, via processing technologies and procedures, to garment and textile logistics, ironing, finishing, testing, waste disposal, recycling and environmental protection.

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