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Texprocess Forum to discuss textile processing trends
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For the fourth time, the Texprocess Forum will be held during the Texprocess trade fair in Frankfurt am Main from May 9-12, 2017. At this international conference, experts from science and industry will present the latest textile processing trends and knowledge in around 40 lectures and panel discussions spread over all four days of the fair.

The main themes of the 2017 Texprocess Forum 2017 are digitalisation and Industry 4.0 (with SPESA, Lectra, Human Solutions, Hohenstein Institute and Gerber Technology), quality management (TÜV Süd, Takko Holding and Datacolor) and sustainability (with Bayern Innovativ). Additionally, a separate lecture block will focus on the use of digital textile printing for finishing and functionalising technical textiles (with Mimaki, Zimmer Maschinenbau and Coldenhove).

Texprocess Forum will be held in Hall 6.0 and will be free of charge for visitors of Texprocess and Techtextil. The lecture programme has been compiled by DTB – Dialogue Textile Apparel, the International Apparel Federation (IAF) and the World Textile Information Network (WTiN).

Additionally, the Texprocess lecture programme in the digital printing section will be supplemented by the European Digital Textile Conference, which WTiN is holding for the first time at the fair on May 10. (RKS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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