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IAF to host sessions on Industry 4.0, denim development
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Apr '17
The International Apparel Federation (IAF) will host sessions on Industry 4.0 and denim development at the Texprocess Symposium. Messe Frankfurt has partnered with IAF to organise part of the four-day symposium that will kick off from May 9, 2017. A session on 'Implementing Industry 4.0 successfully in the fashion industry' will also be organised.

The symposium that will be held in Frankfurt, will conduct three sub sessions where IAF members and panels will explain to the audience about the importance of digitisation in the industry and how it is actually implemented by clothing manufacturers, brands and retailers and, how start-ups are using new technology to create new business models and entice consumers. Organisations such as Lectra, Gerber, Spesa, Oerlikon, Saxion University, WTiN and Denkendorf will also share their insights with the audience.

On the last day of the programme, IAF will host a session titled 'Developments in denim and lessons for the rest of the industry'. In a single round table discussion, the audience will get information on innovation in materials and how machinery is transforming the denim industry creating new value and sustainability and serving as a good example to other sectors of the fashion industry. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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