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Presentation of French textile machinery industry in India, UCMTF

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Jan '10
UCMTF (French Association of Textile Machinery Manufacturers), Ubifrance and the French Trade Commission of the French Embassy in India plan to organise in India the second edition of the seminar:

“The French Textile Machinery Manufacturers: your partners to address globalization challenges"

This seminar will take place this time at Ludhiana and Mumbai on 20th & 22nd April 2010 respectively.

In order to meet and identify the Indian partners and associates for this seminar Ms Evelyne Cholet, representative of UCMTF, Ms Florence Zuber, representative of Ubifrance, France and Ms Brinder Rault, Trade Advisor, French Trade Commission of French Embassy in India plan to meet various Indian organizations on the following dates:

- Meetings at Mumbai: 1st & 2nd February
- Meetings at Chandigarh: 3rd February
- Meetings at Ludhiana: 3rd & 4th February
- Meetings at Delhi: on 5th February

During this trip a group meeting with the specialized Indian magazines/journals is also being organised on Tuesday 2nd February at Mumbai & Friday 5th February 2010 at 10 am at the French Trade Commission at Delhi.

The French textile machinery Manufacturers have established a firm foothold on the international markets for many years. France is the European Union's third largest exporter of textile machinery and the sixth largest in the world. More than one hundred countries have chosen them as their partners to whom they export 90% of their national production. They are a dynamic group of companies who created years ago a private professional Association UCMTF (French Association of Textile Machinery Manufacturers), whose aim is the promotion of the French machines and French companies. UCMTF nurtures the dynamism, professionalism, competence and creativity of the French member companies.

French companies have established and will continue to ensure a leadership position in the international textile industry.

They are expanding on textile markets with extremely targeted products and for industries requiring integrated manufacturing processes.

Employing more than 8.000 people with a continuously growing turnover (more than 1,5 billion USD) and backed by specialised research centres, the French manufacturers have dominant positions in their specialities. Most of them now hold significant world market shares, exceeding 60 % for some specialities. This leadership is due to the simultaneously implementation of technologically advanced machinery, reliability and the services required in large-scale exporting and automation. Their success in these areas guarantees a productive future, and gives the French machinery an advantage over the competition.

The specialised sectors of the French textile machinery industry are :

- Spinning preparation machinery
- Long fibre spinning machinery
- Fibre opening, fibre blending machinery, textile waste recovery
- Cards
- Nonwovens manufacturing lines


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