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Texprocess Americas to hold symposium programmes
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Apr '16
Courtesy: Texprocess
Courtesy: Texprocess
Texprocess Americas will be holding symposium programmes addressing the latest in product development, technology, and future for sewn products industry from 3 to 5 May in Atlanta, Georgia, according to a company release.

The symposium has been developed by prominent industry experts to provide a platform for presenters to interact with attendees after each session.

The Texprocess Americas' symposium sessions will include discussions on automation and robotics, long and short term future of technology in apparel, advancements in sewing room technologies, and 3D evolution: ?using 3D in the apparel fit process, to name a few.

In addition to the 8 symposium sessions offered, three bonus sessions will be available for visitors who have purchased a symposium pass. Visitors can expect to connect with potential new partners, learn about exciting new technologies and discover how they can grow their business while partaking in the Texprocess Americas symposium.

Texprocess Americas is co-located with Techtextil North America and JEC Americas. These three shows bring together the full spectrum of technical textiles, nonwovens, sewn products and equipment, technology and composites into one central location. (HO)

Messe Frankfurt


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