ShanghaiTex 2011 opens with 1,000 exhibitors
The biennial premiere textile event, the 15th International Exhibition on Textile Industry (ShanghaiTex 2011) opens today at Shanghai New International Expo Centre, Pudong, Shanghai. The 4-day show will open from June 14th to 17th, 2011 and is expected to attract 50,000 trade visitors, including 6,000 overseas visitors from all over the world. More than 20 buyer groups organized by local & overseas associations and corporations will source at the exhibition.
Textile Industry's Glamorous Platform for 1,000 High Quality Exhibitors and Global Visitors
Being one of the most important industries in China, the textile industry has been listed as one of the prioritized areas for transformation by the Chinese Government in the 12th Five-Year Plan (2011-2015) in order to enhance, optimize and upgrade the production capacity and support textile waste recycling. Having the responsibility to comply with the policy, ShanghaiTex 2011 has provided a perfect platform for industry players to demonstrate their latest innovation on energy saving and low carbon emission technology and users to renew their production facilities.
ShanghaiTex 2011 has gathered more than 1,000 exhibitors from 23 countries and regions including Austria, Bangladesh, Canada, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hong Kong SAR, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Holland, Pakistan, Mainland China, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, Taiwan, Turkey, United Kingdom and the USA.
Occupying 8 exhibition halls, ShanghaiTex 2011 has an exhibition area of 92,000 sqm. Among the exhibitors, near 400 enterprises come from knitting, dyeing and finishing sectors, accounting for over 50% of the total exhibiting area. Green and innovative exhibits are one of the highlights, which meet the needs of enterprises for transformation and upgrading.
Overseas and local renowned exhibitors include: China Hi-Tech Group, Pacific Mechatronic Group, Italy's Santoni, BTSR, Germany's H. Stoll, Groz-Becker, Karl Mayer, Terrort, Japan's Shima Seiki, Hong Kong's Nan Sing, Ning Bo Cixing, Ning Bo Yuren, Switzerland's Santex, Hong Kong's Fong's, Gofront, Germany's Thies, U.S.A's X-rite, Italy's Brazzoli, Korea's IL Sung, Itema Savio, Truetzschler, Marzuoli, Uster, Italy's SEIT, Lamiflex, Switzerland's Jakob Mueller, Runyuan, Barudan, Qingfang, CMT-Hicorp, Beijing Chonglee, Tianmen, Shannxi Baocheng, RIFA, Ningbo Dechang, Changshu Jinlong, Zhejiang Feihu, Hangzhou Honghua, Shandong Companion Group, Fujian Xingang, Changzhou Diba, Changshu, Yantai S&S, Shanghai Keycheng, Lianyungang Yingyou, Huangshi, Shanghai Juxin, Zhongshan Hung Jyi, Jilong, Sanyou Holding Group, etc.
"The 2nd China Textile Industry Summit" on Jun 13 for in-depth industry exchange
"The 2nd China Textile Industry Summit" was successfully held on June 13, 2011 at Shanghai New International Expo Centre, which was one day prior to the opening of ShanghaiTex 2011. The summit's keynote speakers discussed the topic on "Strategic Transformation – Build Up a Strong Nation for Textile Industry". The summit focused on the analysis and interpretation of the 12th Five-Year Plan at different perspectives. It was widely recognized to be beneficial to textile enterprises who would like to undergo transformation and upgrade their production capacity.