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Successful Conference on German Technology for Brazilian Textiles
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Nov '10
430 delegates from the Brazilian textile industry attended the “Conference on German Technology for Brazilian Textiles” in São Paulo and Blumenau. Both decision makers as well as textile technicians informed themselves about the latest technology trends e. g. for efficient textile production in terms of energy, water supply and raw material use.

The conferences – initiated by the German VDMA Textile Machinery Association and supported by the German Federal Ministry of Economics & Technology - took place in São Paulo (3rd – 4th November 2010) and Blumenau (8th – 9th November 2010).

Participating companies
The technology lectures given by 22 renowned companies covered machinery, accessories and services along the complete textile chain: Spinning, weaving, knitting & hosiery, nonwovens, finishing (incl. washing, bleaching, dyeing, drying) and textile testing.

The following companies participated: Brückner Textile Finishing Machinery, Erbatech, Hohenstein Textile Testing Institute, Groz-Beckert, Jakob Müller, Karl Mayer, Lindauer Dornier, Mahlo, Memminger Iro, Monforts, Oeko-Tex, Oerlikon Neumag, Oerlikon Schlafhorst, Pleva, Reseda Binder, Rieter Ingolstadt, Textechno, Then, Trützschler Nonwovens Group - Fleissner, Trützschler Spinning, Welker Spinntech and XETMA Vollenweider.

Excellent notes from ABTT- Brazilian Association of Textile Technicians

Reinaldo A. Rozzatti, President of ABTT states:
“The ABTT-Brazilian Association of Textile Technicians congratulates VDMA – Textile Machinery Association for the realization of the Brazilian Editions in São Paulo and Blumenau of the Conference and Exposition Cycles “German Technology for the Brazilian Textile Industry”. It has been a great honour for our association to support this event that has brought new technologies to the textile area companies and to the industrial Brazilian public.

The twenty two companies headquartered in the Federal Republic of Germany delighted to present their machines and equipment to the entrepreneurs from the textile chain, here in Brazil, so that they could observe what could be offered in terms of new technologies available, and in doing so they could have more arguments for their purchasing decision looking for renewal of their industrial machines.

At this event the public became aware of new equipment, that are to help the Brazilian industry to be more competitive, serving the market with more adequate products and manufacturing under ecological standards.”

Verena Ruckh, Head of Advertising & Marketing Department, Brückner Textile Finishing Machinery:
"The symposium gave us the chance to present our latest technology to all interested customers and other visitors and to cultivate the relationships in the Brazilian market."

Walter Letzgus, Manager Customer Service, Memminger-IRO GmbH:
“Thanks to VDMA, our company presented the latest product rangeto knitting mills in Brazil.”

VDMA Textile Machinery Association


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