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ITM 2020 duration extended to five days
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ITM 2020 duration extended to five days
The duration of ITM 2020 exhibition has been extended to five days on the basis of intense demand from exhibitors and visitors and will be held from June 2 to 6, 2020, in Istanbul, Turkey. ITM is the largest textile technology show with a wide display of textile technologies, textile equipment and products, and textile related software and solutions.

Being the address for world launches, the ITM 2020 exhibition will host exhibitors and visitors from around the world.

The ITM 2018 expo, held from April 14 to 17, 2018 was the meeting point of the textile sector leaders thanks to the foreign visitors from 94 countries, the number of domestic visitors increasing according to the past years. In addition, the ITM 2018 exhibition saw an increase in the number of machines exhibited and a rise in the dimensions of the exhibitor booths.

The ITM 2018 international textile machinery exhibition has achieved great global success and attracted a lot of requests in the questionnaires from the participants and visitors that the exhibition duration of four days was not sufficient for such a huge organisation. Hence, the 2020 edition has been extended to five days. (GK)

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