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100% of exhibition space booked at Texprocess
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Aug '16
Courtesy: Messe Frankfurt
Courtesy: Messe Frankfurt
According to Messe Frankfurt, the organiser of Texprocess, a fair for processing textile and flexible materials, almost 100 per cent of exhibition of space has been booked when compared with 2015.

Among companies, who come from 14 countries, new exhibitors include Mitsubishi Electric Europe, Inventech Europe, Gemini CAD Systems and Hatapress & Garments.

There will be national pavilions from China, Taiwan and Japan, while exhibitors from USA too are planning a national pavilion.

“The large number of registrations shows that Texprocess has carved out a place in the market as a leading platform,” Olaf Schmidt, vice president textiles and textile technologies, Messe Frankfurt said.

“Texprocess offers the full spectrum of new software solutions, as well as processes and technologies. Moreover, the 2017 edition will cover more themes than ever before,” he added.

The World Textile Information Network (WTiN) will hold its European Printing Conference for the first time at Texprocess.

The Innovative Apparel Show will be held again with one German and three European universities presenting fashion designs made of functional textiles and the associated production and processing stages. (AR)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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