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Colombiatex de las Américas

  • Colombiatex de las Américas

January 23, 2018 @ 8:00 am - January 25, 2018 @ 5:00 pm

Colombiatex de las Américas highlights textiles, specialized solutions, supplies, chemicals and machinery to the market in Latin America.

FILTECH 2018

  • FILTECH 2018

  • Tuesday, 13th March, To : Thursday, 15th March 2018
  • KoelnMesse, Cologne, Cologne, Germany

 

 

About The Event : FILTECH 2018

FILTECH is the largest and most important filtration event world-wide.
This Exhibition is a must for all those concerned with designing, improving, purchasing, selling or researching filtration and separation equipment and services. The booming filtration industry offers excellent opportunities for companies offering innovative technical textiles with world-wide business perspectives.

TEXTYLE EXPO 2018

  • TEXTYLE EXPO 2018

25 - 28 APRIL 2018

ALGERIA AT EXIBITION HALL OF CCO,ORAN

2nd Intenational Exibition on printing & Signage Industry

  • 2nd Intenational Exibition on printing & Signage Industry
  • 2nd Intenational Exibition on printing & Signage Industry

EXPLORE PRINT INNOVATION

22,23,24 June 2018

Colombo,SRI LANKA

ITMA 2019 Garment sector zooms in an automation to help manufacturers accelerate productivity and efficiency

  • ITMA 2019 Garment sector zooms in an automation to help manufacturers accelerate productivity and efficiency

  • The world’s largest textile and garment technology exhibition, ITMA 2019, is spotlighting smart garment technologies as robots and artificial intelligence are set to revolutionaries the industry. Automation, especially in an integrated textile and garment manufacturing chain, will help address the fashion and clothing industry’s current concerns of short production cycles and sustainable business practices, according to CEMATEX, the European Committee of Textile Machinery Manufacturers.
  • Mr Fritz P. Mayer, President of CEMATEX, which owns the ITMA exhibition, said: “The garment making industry is labour intensive and associated with low productivity. Things are set to change. Recently, there has been much publicity about ‘sewbots’, considered as a major breakthrough in garment automation. Manufacturers fast enough to ride the digital wave will find new opportunities and gain an edge over their competitors.”
  • Mr Vu Duc Giang, Chairman of the Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association (VITAS), concurred: “The garment industry is very competitive and production cycles are now even shorter. Therefore, we need to think out of the box and leverage on new technologies to help us to be more productive and efficient. Many innovative solutions are being introduced, from processes to materials.”

  • Mr A.E. Roberts, Managing Director of ITMA Services, organiser of ITMA 2019, elaborated: “The digitisation of the fashion industry means that their suppliers will need to seamlessly integrate their design, material supply and production of the finished products. With integrated solutions, garment manufacturers will be able to respond well to fast and flexible production turnarounds, and cut costs by increasing productivity and reducing wastes.” With greater automation on the cards, industry players are seeing the resurgence of garment manufacturing activities in Europe and other developed economies.
  • Mr Paulo Vaz, General Director of the Textile and Apparel Association of Portugal (ATP) is upbeat about prospects for Portuguese manufacturers. He said, “We are glad that there is a resurgence of textile and garment making in Europe as this benefits the Portuguese textile and apparel industry. Our manufacturers can be more competitive by improving competencies through branding, innovation and R&D.
  • “By incorporating technological and creative innovation to differentiate our products, we can expand our markets. As such, it is critical for us to continually evaluate and invest in new technologies. ITMA 2019, which will be held in neighbouring Spain, will be an excellent platform for our manufacturers to explore integrated solutions, ranging from textile and garment technologies to fibres, yarns and fabrics.”
  • Innovative garment technology showcase
  • To help garment manufacturers exploit technologies that optimise the manufacturing process for productivity gains, ITMA 2019 is expected to feature a wide array of innovative solutions. They range from garment making machinery to other textile processing machinery, auxiliary machinery and accessories, such as:
  • Software and systems for product planning, design and related automation technology for garment making
  • Equipment for product development
  • Machinery for shrinking, fusing, cutting preparation, cutting and related automation technology
  • Machinery for sewing, quilting and linking
  • Sewing supplies and consumables
  • Machinery and equipment for product finishing
  • Auxiliary machinery for the garment making industry
  • “An exhibition such as ITMA 2019, where we can explore all the solutions, from textile to garment making, and even materials, in one location is ideal for our members. We will be organizing a delegation of top garment manufacturers to study the latest trends and source new technologies that we can implement in our factories,” said Mr Giang of VITAS.
  • Besides a big display of technologies, fibres, yarns and fabrics, ITMA 2019 will be complemented by conferences and meetings that will add value to the visits of garment technology buyers, as well as brands and retailers.
  • ITMA Services’ Mr Roberts explained: “The global textile and apparel supply chain is expected to see more integration and collaboration, both vertically and horizontally. There is a lot of ongoing dialogues among stakeholders in the fashion, textile and garment industry. ITMA can be a useful focal point for discussions on the entire manufacturing value chain so that concerns can be addressed in an integrated and meaningful way.”
  • ITMA 2019 will be held from 20 to 26 June at Fira de Barcelona, Gran Via venue. Application for exhibition space has been brisk since booking started in May. Close to 50 per cent of the space has been booked. The exhibition will showcase an integrated textile and garment manufacturing value chain. In addition to machinery, exhibits will also include yarns, fibres and fabrics, and solutions for technical textiles and nonwovens, and garment making.
  • The last ITMA exhibition, held in Milan in 2015, drew the participation of 1,691 exhibitors from 46 countries. For more information on ITMA 2019, 

Messe Düsseldorf to Promote Worldwide Printing Trade Fair Program at Print 2017

Messe Düsseldorf will participate in PRINT 2017 in order to promote its program of international printing trade fairs, organized around the globe. At PRINT booth 2461, visitor and exhibitor information for drupa 2020, No. 1 for printing technologies (June 16 – 26, 2020 in Düsseldorf, Germany), Pack Print International 2017, 6th International Packaging and Printing Exhibition for Asia (September 20 – 23, 2017 in Bangkok), printpack alger 2018 (March 11 – 13, 2018 in Algiers, Algeria), indoprint 2018 (September 19 – 22, 2018 in Jakarta) and All in Print China 2018, China International Exhibition All About Printing Technology & Equipment (October 24 – 28, 2018 in Shanghai) will be available.

As the No. 1 international trade fair for printing technologies, drupa reflects the status of the industry and focuses on future themes with strong growth potential – such as 3D printing, functional printing and package printing. The drupa exhibit categories are divided into six main segments: pre-press/print; pre-media/multichannel; post press/converting/package printing; future technologies; materials; and equipment/ services/infrastructure. The entire range of applications and business areas will be presented at drupa. At the show’s last staging in 2016, 1,828 exhibitors from 55 nations and 260,165 visitors from 183 countries took part. About 70% of the drupa exhibitors usually come from nations other than Germany, including more than 100 companies from the U.S. As in the past, Messe Düsseldorf North America will again organize a U.S. Pavilion at drupa 2020.

Bangalore Fashion Week Bangalore

  • Bangalore Fashion Week Bangalore

Bangalore Fashion Week is Asia's biggest trade fair for jewelery, fashion and accessories and offers an independent appreciation of all products. From diamonds to fur coats to expensive watches and designer eyewear. This fair is open to trade visitors and offers buyers the opportunity to buy at wholesale prices and to establish new business contacts.

Exhibitors and visitors meet for the 17th time on the Bangalore Fashion Week on 4 days from Thur., 27.07.2017 to Sun., 30.07.2017 in Bangalore.

PM to open three-day Textiles India 2017 in June

  • PM to open three-day Textiles India 2017 in June

Textiles India 2017, a landmark global trade event for the Indian textile and handicraft sector, will be inaugurated at Gandhinagar on June 30. The overall aim of the event, to be held during June 30-July 2, is to showcase the entire range of textile products from ‘Fibre to Fashion’ and will attract representatives in the textile industry from all over India and abroad.
 

The exhibition, with more thousand stalls, will witness the presence of over 2,500 discerning international buyers, agents, designers, retail chains from across the world, and 15,000 domestic buyers. The three-day event will include a global conference on the last day with six themes, to be chaired by the concerned Union Ministers and the valedictory session presided over by the Union Finance Minister. Over 33 round-tables will be held on issues of concern for the various segments of textiles and handicrafts on the second day, i.e., July 1, with prominent international speakers & industry leaders.

 

Meanwhile, the Ministry of Textiles recently presented a curtain-raiser to ‘Textiles India 2017’, positioned as the first-ever global B2B textile and handicrafts event in India. The event was hosted by the Ministry of Textiles, Government of India, under the leadership of the Union Textiles Minister, Mrs. Smriti Zubin Irani, and the Minister of State, Mr. Ajay Tamta. Secretary, Textiles, Mrs. Rashmi Verma and other senior officials too were present on the occasion.

 

The event witnessed an inspiring experience of the major strands of the textile story of India, as represented by the leading craft persons and fashion designers of the country. It marked celebration of the textiles and handicrafts of India, bringing to the fore the inspiring vision of the Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi – “From Farm to Fibre, Fibre to Factory, Factory to Fashion, Fashion to Foreign.”

 

The function was attended by political dignitaries, ambassadors of textile partner countries, industrialists, industry associations, leading fashion and media houses.

Speaking on the occasion, the Textiles Minister observed that the Indian textiles is extremely diverse and its history is world-renowned Textiles India 2017 holds the promise of becoming a landmark annual trade event for the Indian textiles and apparel industry at the global level.

 

With this curtain-raiser, she said the Ministry is celebrating the significant achievements of the textile industry and the enormous promise of spectacular growth over the next few years.

She applauded the role of this community which manufactures diverse fabrics, apparel and textiles and creates handcrafted brilliance for the world to experience.

The Crafts Village was vibrant with unique exhibits celebrating the diverse crafts and textiles of India and the skills of the weavers and craftsmen from across the country, who were specially invited for the function. The artisans showcased their potential of the products for international markets.

 

The international delegates present were extremely appreciative of the attention to detail and incredible hand-work of these artisans.

A representation of artisans, weavers, emerging and established designers from across the country celebrated the special preview to Textiles India 2017. The fashion designers and craftsmen showcased the strength of the Indian textiles sector in cotton, silk, wool, woven & hand-printed, embroidered as well as modern & futuristic textiles.

 

 

 

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