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Techtextil Rossija 2005 in Moscow concludes on a successful note

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Sep '05
Techtextil Rossija has been successfully completed in Moscow.

Techtextil Rossija, organised by Messe Frankfurt RUS, took place for the second time from 7 - 9 September 2005, at the Crocus Expo International Exhibition Centre in Moscow.

Messe Frankfurt RUS presented final report for the Techtextil Rossija 2005.

- Great success: 116 exhibitors met specialists from 20 countries
- Technical Textile developments in Russia receive support from the government
- “High-Tex from Germany” becomes forum for contacts between specialists

Eugen Alles, Managing Director Messe Frankfurt RUS, Moscow informed that the trade fair was held parallel to the first Interstoff Rossija for apparel fabrics and accessories. Both shows benefitted from each other and brought synergic effects to its altogether 3,050 trade visitors.

They are glad to see that exhibitors of this year's fair met more good quality trade visitors than two years ago. Some of this success is also due to the fact, that the shows were held in the newly opened Crocus Expo.

Techtextil Rossija showcased 116 participating companies from 20 countries, including Austria, Belgium, Belarus, Bulgaria, China, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Russia, Spain, Slovenia, Switzerland, Turkey, and the USA. Major participation came from Germany, mainly by the national activities at the "High-Tex from Germany" joint booth which presented 41 companies and institutes.


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