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International Textile Technology Week exceeds exhibitors' expectations

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Jun '09
Carried out from March 10th to 13th at the Anhembi Park Exhibition Hall in São Paulo, the International Textile Technology Week welcomed 23,609 visitors during the 4-day trade fair. 602 exhibitors from 17 countries, including Germany, China, India and Italy, introduced several novelties to a public with expertise and great power of decision for closing business deals.

There were around 2 thousand launchings, among them bending and embroidery machines; overlock and interlock sewing machines; lockstitch sewing machines; industrial and domestic sewing machines, cutting and knitting machines; ironing; accessories; components, knitting systems and CAD/CAM cutting & sewing, textile mills; spinning; fabric dyeing, finishing and improvement; software exclusively developed for the textile industry, industrial washing machines; centrifuges, dryers, new technologies, products and services for domestic, industrial, medical, hotel and jeans laundry; circular looms; electronic machines for sock-manufacturing; replacement items; lubricant oils; needles; sinkers; auxiliary products for dry-cleaners, yarns; feeders; rings; hand stroboscope for spindle speed measurement; warp machines; combing & carding machines; boiler changers and economizers; automatic jeans sewing units; advisory services, consulting, sales intermediation and training in the nonwovens segment; loop adhesive machine for disposable diaper lines.

The “International Textile Technology Week “turned out to be a great business opportunity for exhibitors and professionals of the textile sector. The trade fair's public featured high technical level and powerful decision making at the time of purchase. “We may say, that the event was a great marketing tool for the exhibitors, who not only could close good business deals, but also strengthened their brand in the competitive textile and ready-to-wear apparel market” remarked Evaristo Nascimento, director of Reed Exhibitions Alcantara Machado.

According to the President of ANEL, Paulo César Dantas Fernandes, “EXPOLAV was a very productive marketing action. We obtained information indicating good product sales rates by the exhibitors, who seemed to be satisfied with the event. Without a doubt, it was an opportunity to demonstrate the optimism existing within the entire production chain linked to our sector”.

Formed by the events ITMEX AMERICAS (10th International Textile Machinery Fair), EXPOLAV (International Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Machinery, Equipment, Products and Services Trade Fair), FEIMACO (5th International Garment Industry Machinery and Components Trade Fair) and NT&TT SHOW (3rd International Nonwovens & Technical Textiles Trade Fair), the WEEK was promoted by Reed Exhibitions Alcantara Machado – the largest organizer of business trade fairs and events in Latin America.

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