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Texprocess: 75% space already sold, new registrations still coming

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Feb '11
The outlook for the première of the leading international Texprocess trade fair from 24 to 27 May 2011 is good. 75 percent of the exhibition space has already been sold, and the range of products for processing textile and other flexible materials is complete. Texprocess is where companies launch their innovations and high-tech solutions for the textile-processing industry.

The exhibitors will include international market leaders from manufacturing nations renowned for their textile-processing technology, such as Germany, Italy, Japan, China, Korea and Taiwan. Registrations have recently been received from Korean embroidery and sewing machine manufacturers Sunstar/SWF, Italian cutting and spreading machine producer Morgan Tecnica and Chinese sewing-machine manufacturers New Jack and Zoje. Hall 5.1 with sewing technology is already fully booked up. Additionally, there is a very high level of demand from companies specialising in IT solutions and cutting so that little space remains available in Hall 4.0.

Detlef Braun, Member of the Board of Management of Messe Frankfurt: “The echo from the market has been excellent and new registrations are still coming in daily. This shows that we are on the right track with our concept. Internationality, high-tech machinery, IT, the Source it! Sourcing platform, the biennial cycle of events and holding the fair concurrently with Techtextil – these are the decisive factors behind the success of Europe's new leading trade fair for the sector.

Thanks to the combination of Texprocess and Techtextil, visitors can look forward to an unparalleled range of products and services.” In addition to the manufacturers of processing machinery who will be making presentations at Texprocess, several companies are showing their products at Techtextil. They include, for example, Groz-Beckert, Kastilo Technische Gewebe, Kuris Spezialmaschinen, Maschinenfabrik Herbert Meyer, Reutex and Robuso Stahlwarenfabrik.

For Texprocess, Messe Frankfurt has been joined by several strong partners. The conceptual partner is VDMA Garment and Leather Technology. Other associations on the supplier side include CSMA (China Sewing Machinery Association) and SPESA (Sewn Products, Equipment & Suppliers of the Americas). The visitor side is represented by GermanFashion and Dialog Textile Apparel (DTB). Additionally, the international umbrella associations, Euratex (European Textile and Apparel Confederation) and IAF (International Apparel Federation), will publicise the benefits of a visit to Texprocess via their national member associations.

Elgar Straub, General Manager of VDMA Garment and Leather Technology: “The response to Texprocess shows that both the apparel and textile-processing industries want and need a strong international trade fair in Europe. And Frankfurt Fair and Exhibition Centre is the ideal venue for this.”

Thomas Rasch, General Manager of GermanFashion: “As the representative ofthe German fashion industry, we see Texprocess as offering a highly-promising opportunity to gather all the latest information about innovations and high-tech equipment for the apparel-production and textile-processing sectors. We are particularly pleased about the Source it! sourcing platform, which will offer an insight into the procurement situation in the core countries for apparel manufacturing.”


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