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Sweden's TMAS to help Vietnam turn top global textile hub
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Apr '18
The Textile Machinery Association of Sweden (TMAS) is now firmly established in Vietnam to help turn the country into a leading textile and garments manufacturer globally by assisting through advanced production technology, innovative solutions and equipment. TMAS member companies see a tremendous potential to add value to an important local industry.

Vietnam now has over 6,000 textile and garment manufacturing companies with about 2.5 million employees, making Vietnam the third top garment exporter in the world.

TMAS will be present at SaigonTex 2018, to be organised between 11 and 14 April in Ho Chi Minh City, according to a TMAS press release.
TMAS has established an office in Ho Chi Minh City and provides customers with highly innovative products, including machineries, equipment and solutions to support customers in their production processes. TMAS president Mikael Äremann visited Vietnam in early 2018.

According to Tran Phuoc Thanh, business development representative for TMAS in Vietnam, the country’s textile industry will continue to grow as it shifts over to new technologies and automation resulting in high end fashion and top-quality garments.

TMAS’ nine member companies are ACG Nyström AB, Baldwin Jimek AB, Eltex of Sweden AB, ES Automatex Solution AB, Eton Systems AB, IRO AB, ACG Kinna Automatic AB, Svegea of Sweden AB and Texo AB (DS)

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