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Participants at VDMA Conf built up new valuable contacts
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Apr '11
More than 300 delegates from the Vietnamese textile industry attended the conference and exhibition “German Technology for the Vietnamese Textile Industry” that took place on 6 and 7 April 2011 in Ho Chi Minh City.

Decision makers as well as textile technicians informed themselves about the latest technology trends for efficient textile production, e.g. in terms of reduced energy consumption and the economical way of using raw material.

The two-day conference, themed “Innovation for successful business” and initiated by the German VDMA Textile Machinery Association, was officially supported by the Ministry of Economics & Technology as well as by AGTEK, the Association of Textile and Apparel in Ho Chi Minh City.

Participating companies
In 20 technology lectures, renowned companies and institutes presented their latest developments in the area of spinning, weaving, knitting, finishing, technical textiles and textile testing: Groz-Beckert, Hohenstein Textile Testing, Jakob Müller, Karl Mayer, Lindauer Dornier, Mahlo, Oeko-Tex, Oerlikon Saurer, Oerlikon Schlafhorst, Oerlikon Textile Components, Reseda Binder, Rieter Ingolstadt, Sedo Treepoint, Textechno, Trützschler Card Clothing, Trützschler Spinning and Welker Spintech.

The conference underlined the good and long-lasting business relationship between German textile machinery manufacturers and Vietnamese textile producers. The participants resumed that they built up new valuable contacts.

“This conference showed the strong Vietnamese interest to improve its textile industry. We see good chances for our future business, especially after the increase of energy costs here in Vietnam”, said Jürgen Müller, product manager from Rieter Ingolstadt.

In 2010, German exports of textile machinery and accessories to Vietnam increased by almost 114 % to EUR 33.5 million (VND 995.8 billion) compared to 2009. The Vietnamese government strives for a development of its textile export volume by the year 2020 which could only be realized by investments in the modernisation of its production process and the training of employees, said Mr. Pham Xuan Hong, Chairman from AGTEK, in his welcome address.

VDMA, Textile Machinery Association

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