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An exciting and diverse panel of industry experts has been invited to share future trends, rare insights and strategic solutions at the ITMA Speakers Platform. This is the first time that experts from non-exhibiting commercial organisations have been invited to participate.

The Speakers Platform is part of the ITMA Innovation Lab, a special feature launched to promote innovation excellence in the textile and garment industry. At a time when the industry is facing massive disruption, intense competition and global challenges, the owner of ITMA, CEMATEX – the European Committee of Textile Machinery Manufacturers, strives to add greater value to participants’ experience at ITMA 2019.

Mr Fritz Mayer, President of CEMATEX, explained: “It is critical for the global textile, garment and fashion industry to collaborate and to share perspectives and best practices.  In the past, the Speakers Platform featured only presentations by Research and Innovation Pavilion exhibitors.”

He added, “As the world trends towards Industry 4.0 and grapples with sustainability challenges, we would like to offer ITMA as an inclusive platform for all stakeholders to converge and work together to address the challenges we face in today’s rapidly evolving world. Hence, we have invited non exhibitors, as well as all ITMA exhibitors to add greater vibrancy to the Platform.”

By having industry experts who are not ITMA exhibitors to give their presentations, CEMATEX hopes to encourage cross-pollination of ideas and spotlight best in class solutions. The invited industry speakers will join ITMA 2019 exhibitors selected to make their presentations based on these themes:

  • Innovative Raw Materials & Manufacturing Technology
  • Strategic Business Innovation through Automation & Digitalisation
  • Technical Textiles Innovations and Manufacturing Technology
  • Sustainable Textile & Garment Manufacturing in the Circular Economy

Response from industry professionals has been positive. Well-known experts who have confirmed their acceptance to speak include Yoel Fink, CEO of Advanced Functional Fabrics of America (AFFOA). He will address the topic, ‘Textile Sensors – Applications and Market Growth’. Other renowned speakers are:

  • Lutz Walter, Director Innovation & Skills, EURATEX, will present ‘Towards a 4th Industrial Revolution of Textiles & Clothing – Strategic Innovation & Research Agenda: Results in Practice & Way to Go’.
  • Rakhil Hirdaramani, Manufacturers Committee Chair, World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry (WFSGI) will provide insights on ‘Digitisation & Realisation of Data of the Shop Floor’.
  • Navaid Baqai, Director, Global Textile of Cotton Council International (Cotton USA) will speak on the ‘Impact of US Cotton and Its Technical & Financial Performance.
  • Peter Sestic, Lead Development Engineer, Sigmatex UK, will highlight ‘The ‘Breakthrough Aerospace Materials’ Project (BAM) on Development of 3D Woven Textile Composites in the Aerospace Industry’.

On the sustainability front, leading industry practitioners will share their viewpoints and solutions:

  • Sophie Mather, Strategic Director, The Microfibre Consortium will share advice on ‘Prevention of Microplastic Release into the Aquatic Environment during the Washing of Synthetic Clothes: Results of the Cross Industry Agreement CIA)’.
  • René Bethmann, Innovation Manager (Materials & Manufacturing), Vaude, will share ‘Vaude Expectations from Raw Materials Suppliers in the Sense of Sustainability’.
  • Natalia Papu Carrone, Research Analyst, Textiles Programme, Circle Economy, will update on ‘Towards a Zero Waste Textiles industry: The End-of-use Value Chain’.
  • Roian Atwood, Director of Sustainability for Wrangler and Lee Jeans, will provide details on ‘Engaging the Global Supply Chain to Drive Greater Social & Environmental Performance’.
  • Lisa Rosengren, Head of R&D Raw Material, Fristads AB, will speak on ‘Measuring the Total Impact of a Garment – Environmental Product Declaration’.

 

Finance forum

As a value-add to ITMA participants, professionals from the finance industry have been invited to share their expertise at the Speakers’ Platform. They include:

  • Andrea Rossi, Head of International Business Support, Servizi Assicurativi del Commercio Estero (SACE)
  • Andreas Oel, Client Advisory, Large Enterprises & Reinsurance, Swiss Export Risk Insurance (SERV)
  • Julian Paisey, Senior Policy Analyst Export Credits Division, Credits Division, OECD Export
  • Christina Lutz, Export Finance Specialist, Landesbank Baden-Württemberg
  • Cengiz Bekret, Senior Manager – Sales and Business Development BNP Paribas Leasing Solutions
  • Patricia Polo, Institutional Relations Unit, Compañía Española de Seguros de Crédito a la Exportación (CESCE)

Mr Charles Beauduin, Chairman, ITMA Services, said: “Finance and managing risk are critical to the success of any business. At a time when the textile and garment sector is undergoing major technological transformation, businesses are faced with the challenge of finding sources to fund investments in new technologies, including green solutions. At the forum, participants will be able to get practical advice which will help them make better financing decisions.”

To be held from 21 to 25 June, the Speakers Platform will also feature panel discussions. Interested participants can get programme updates from itma.com and the app.

ITMA Innovation Lab

In addition to the Speakers Platform, the ITMA Innovation Lab features three other components: Research & Innovation Pavilion, Innovation Video Showcase and ITMA Sustainable Innovation Award.

Featuring the theme, Innovating the World of Textiles, ITMA 2019 will be held from 20 to 26 June at Fira de Barcelona, Gran Via venue. The exhibition will feature 1,700 exhibitors who will be showcasing their latest technologies and sustainable solutions for the entire textile and garment manufacturing value chain, as well as fibres, yarns and fabrics. Online visitor registration is open and early bird rates for badges will end 15 May 2019.

About CEMATEX & ITMA

The European Committee of Textile Machinery Manufacturers (CEMATEX) comprises national textile machinery associations from Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. It is the owner of ITMA and ITMA ASIA. Considered the ‘Olympics’ of textile machinery exhibitions, ITMA has a 68-year history of displaying the latest technology for every single work process of textile and garment making. It is held every four years in Europe.

About ITMA Services

Headquartered in Brussels with a subsidiary in Singapore, ITMA Services is the appointed organiser of ITMA 2019 and future ITMA branded exhibitions. It is managed by professionals with extensive experience in organising ITMA and other major trade exhibitions around the world. It aims to maintain and expand ITMA’s unique selling proposition and relevance to a global audience.

Issued by CEMATEX and ITMA Services

Contact:

Ms Daphne Poon

ITMA Services

Tel: +65 94789543

Email: daphnepoon@itma.com

www.itma.com

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Techtextil is the leading international trade fair for technical textiles and nonwovens showing the full range of potential uses of textile technologies. Under the motto ‘Connecting the Future’, international exhibitors will present their textile innovations to trade visitors, from 14 to 17 May, 2019. Techtextil is held in parallel with Texprocess the leading international trade fair for processing textile and flexible materials. In collaboration with “Creative #olland“, the Dutch creative industries, Techtextil and Texprocess are dedicating an exhibition space to life in the city of the future with the ‘Urban Living – City of the Future’ special event. On an area of more than 500 m2 in the foyer of Hall 4.2 selected examples will be showing how textile innovations can already improve the way people live together in urban surroundings today. Selected innovations from the fields of architecture & construction, mobility, medicine and clothing will be shown in a disruptive architectonic landscape.
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DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR’s 20th Anniversary edition concluded March 22nd 2018, achieving new milestones in international visitor and exhibitor numbers and increased participation with VIP programs and onsite events.

Record International Exposure

The show exceeded anticipated registration numbers for international guests and exhibiting companies, making 2018 the largest turnout in DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR history. This year’s edition grew to an impressive show space of 160,000 sqm and welcomed over 60,000 visitors from 104 countries. Attendees from South Korea, USA, Japan, India, and Malaysia made up the top-5 international countries. From the total number of 1,418 exhibitors, 281 came from outside of China.

“The greatness of this exhibition was visible this year in regards to participation”, said Susanne Klaproth, Director of DOMOTEX Worldwide. “It’s a good feeling to see our brand earning more international attention and respect. Especially in Asia, we foresee enormous potential for the platform, as construction and flooring projects will continue to increase in the region”.

20th Anniversary Gala Dinner

Hundreds of industry guests attended the kick-off party of DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR. The event celebrated the fair’s 20thAnniversary with entertaining performances and honorable speeches, retelling stories and reminiscing on the fruitful years past. From thousands of companies that have exhibited at the fair through the years, these loyal international companies were recognized, as they have been exhibiting at DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR since the inaugural show in 1999: Aquafil, Associated Weavers, Balta Group, Beaulieu, Balsan, Louis Depoortere, MC Three, Oriental Weavers, and Unilin among others.

Nanxun – VIP Hosted Buyers Delegation

Wood flooring experts from Australia, Italy, Malaysia, New Zealand, Panama, and the United States were welcomed to China for an official business ceremony in Nanxun.  The goal of this program was to increase business collaboration between international buyers and wood flooring suppliers from the region. The delegates participated in personalized match-making meetings and factory tours before carrying on their conversations with Nanxun companies onsite at DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR.

“I had the pleasurable experience of being a part of the “2018 Nanxun – VIP Hosted Buyers Program with DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR” said Roberto Dos Ramos from Grupo Europisos S.A Panama. “I can assure that this was an event of excellence to the last detail in the meeting itinerary program with the suppliers, visits to their factories, and quality of enterprises with which we interacted with”.

The International Carpet Delegation

Organized by COVER Magazine, 23 international buyers were led on a special tour through the Carpet W-Halls of the fair to increase onsite engagement and business collaboration with top Chinese carpet and rug exhibitors.

Larry Stone from The Scarab in Colorado, USA mentioned this about the program; “Being a member of the buyers’ delegation with COVER Magazine gave me a unique opportunity to meet producers, learn in depth information, and discover new products that our company may have otherwise missed at such a large event.”

The Successful Return of Luxury Brands

The second edition of the Luxury Brands Carpet Show was yet again a fan-favorite, especially as the pavilion grew in space to feature more of the industry’s high end luxury rug designers from around the world. Curated by COVER Magazine, the pavilion was set up as a gallery style viewing area that naturally led visitors to each company’s carpet art. In China, as the taste for extravagant interior design and flooring decoration intensifies, Luxury Brands will continue to increase in popularity, buyer potential, and excitement for the display’s extravagant hand-made rug designs.

“Luxury Brands came out with a bang for its second year in Shanghai”, exclaimed Erika Kurtz COO of New Moon Rugs. “We had a fabulous group of the world’s premier rug brands working to increase the exposure of hand-made rugs in this up-and-coming market. This year also brought new and exciting buyers and it looks like the luxury handmade rug industry is beginning to gain momentum throughout mainland China”.

 

Creativity Boost @ InnovAction & Cadex

The 2018 InnovAction Flooring Campaign launched 400 products and materials from the Carpet, Resilient, and Wood sectors. Voting for the show’s Top-10 Best Products took place two weeks before opening and was judged on style, quality, and durability by two of the industry’s leading international media publications, Floor Covering Weekly and HALI. Onsite, InnovAction exhibitors were found within three specialty display areas, all of which designed by globally renowned architect, Kostas Chatzigiannis. Each pavilion gave the halls a different flare and introduced award-winning concepts, such as but not limited to the French Cobble Stone collection from Dalian Shumaike, GEMP heavy-duty, industrial flooring from Widehigh Technology, and the dense fiber Flock Carpet from Jiashan Bohua.

With the growing demand for in China for stylish interiors – the cadex interior design and architecture conferences quickly identified this market swell and rode its wave to a 50% increase in participation from 2017. Over 8,000 visitors attended the 4 conference sessions and 20 design salons which touched on topics such as creative workspaces.

Looking forward to seeing you next year, March 26th – 28th, 2019!

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CEMATEX, the European Committee of Textile Machinery Manufacturers, today announced that ITMA will return to Milan, Italy, for its 19th edition. ITMA 2023 will be held at the Fiera Milano Rho exhibition centre from 8 to 14 June 2023.

The decision to host ITMA 2023 in Milan was taken at the CEMATEX General Assembly held recently.  Mr Fritz P Mayer, President of CEMATEX, explained: “We received very positive feedback from ITMA 2015 exhibitors and visitors. Milan has excellent infrastructure for holding large-scale exhibitions like ITMA, which grosses over 200,000 square metres and attracts a global audience. It offers an extensive range of hospitality services and air connections to all parts of the world. Italy also has a large textile machinery and textile making industry.”

Alessandro Zucchi, President of ACIMIT, the association of Italian textile machinery manufacturers, said: “We are very pleased that Milan has been selected to host ITMA 2023. We will work hard with all parties, including government agencies and local partners to ensure another successful show.”

Fiera Milano, which also hosted ITMA 2015, beat two other short-listed bidders out of an initial list of 9 venues. “It is a great satisfaction for us to have brought the top international exhibition of machinery and technology for textiles and clothing back to Italy,” said Mr Fabrizio Curci, Chief Executive Officer of Fiera Milano. “The trust the organisers have placed in us is an acknowledgement of the professional approach and quality services Fiera Milano is able to guarantee for international events hosted here.”

ITMA – the world’s largest textile and garment technology exhibition – has been held every four years since 1951. The next exhibition will be held from 20 to 26 June 2019 at Fira de Barcelona, Gran Via venue, Spain.

Space at ITMA 2019 has sold out and new applicants are being put on a waiting list. The exhibition has attracted over 1,600 exhibitors to showcase their latest technologies and sustainable solutions for the entire textile and garment manufacturing value chain, as well as fibres, yarns and fabrics. Visit www.itma.com for more information.

About CEMATEX & ITMA

The European Committee of Textile Machinery Manufacturers (CEMATEX) comprises national textile machinery associations from Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. It is the owner of ITMA and ITMA ASIA. Considered the ‘Olympics’ of textile machinery exhibitions, ITMA has a 67-year history of displaying the latest technology for every single work process of textile and garment making. It is held every four years in Europe.

About ITMA Services

Headquartered in Brussels with a subsidiary in Singapore, ITMA Services is the appointed organiser of ITMA 2019 and future ITMA branded exhibitions. It is managed by professionals with extensive experience in organising ITMA and other major trade exhibitions around the world. It aims to maintain and expand ITMA’s unique selling proposition and relevance to a global audience.

 

 

Contacts

Ms. Maria Avery CEMATEX

Phone: +44 7967 477305

Email: info@cematex.com

www.cematex.com

Ms. Daphne Poon

ITMA Services

Phone: +65 94789543

Email: daphnepoon@itma.com

www.itma.com

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India is a very important market for the German textile machinery industry, with an export of more than €255 million (+ 8 %) in 2017. Many German machinery builders have longstanding relations with Indian customers and quite a number of them also provide production plants and training centres in India. Not surprisingly, about 370 decision-makers and experts from the textile and nonwoven related industry attended the VDMA conference and B2B event called “German Technology meets Indian Textiles and Nonwovens” in Mumbai on 15-16 May 2018 (www.germantech-indiantextile.de).

According to a survey, both the event and German textile machinery engineering received the highest marks among the visitors. About 57 % of the visitors stated very good and 38 % good experience with machines and components from German suppliers. The performance and service promise as well as the high-quality standards have made German machine suppliers as most reliable partners in India and other countries. This positive result has by far not been reached by any other manufacturing nation from Europe or Asia. Asked for future processes, investments in technical textiles and/or nonwoven production seem to be the most favorite sectors in India. Around 74 % of the visitors plan to expand their production capacities with new machines and components whereas 26 % intend to replace old machinery by new machines and components. High productivity, after-sales service, end-product quality, low operating and acquisition costs are the decisive machine procurement criteria in this order. The investments plans are based on a positive business and investment outlook in India. 45 % of the visitors surveyed plan to invest more than 10 % within the next 12 months and 30 % up to 10 %. 25 % of the visitors expect a sales increase by more than 10 % for the next 12 months and 60 % anticipate a sales growth of up to 10%.

Considering this positive business climate and the high interest from the Indian industry, the 32 well-known VDMA members participated in the conference have good chances to offer the right technologies and to place new orders. The presented technology topics along the entire textile value chain will help the Indian industry to fulfill their expansion plans and to meet the challenges such as rising salary costs and shortage of labor in industrial regions. The major cutting-edge topics of the conference program were as follows:

  • Higher profits throughout the entire textile value chain
  • Energy, material, water and dyestuff savings for an environmentally friendly production
  • New applications such as technical textiles, nonwovens (e. g. hygiene products, geotextiles for the infrastructure) or home textiles (e. g. terry towels)
  • Automation, industry 4.0, digital communication and smart factory solutions
  • Quality improvements e. g. with measurement and control systems
  • Lower investment costs in spinning preparation with integrated draw frames
  • New technologies to combine spinning and knitting
  • Smart textiles and added value products e. g. with embroidery machines

The complete program can be found here: www.germantech-indiantextile.de/program.html

Whereas the event on 15-16 May 2018 focused on customers, a training session at the prestigious Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute VJTI in Mumbai on 17 May 2018 was addressed to future engineers. More than 220 textile manufacturing and mechanical engineering students followed the technical presentations. The VDMA’s contribution to improve the education of future customers and partners was very much appreciated. The VDMA Textile Machinery Association and VDMA India Office cordially thank all media partners and supporting Associations involved (see www.germantech-indiantextile.de). In 2018, the Association’s next sales supporting activities take place in Belarus, Brazil, Uzbekistan, Iran, China and Egypt.

Participating VDMA member companies in India:

A. Monforts Textilmaschinen, ANDRITZ Kuesters, Autefa Solutions, Benninger Zell, Brueckner Textile Technologies, DILO Systems + TEMAFA, Lindauer Dornier, Erbatech, Erhardt + Leimer, Festo, Groz-Beckert, Interspare, IQ-SPS, Karl Mayer, Küsters Textile, Lenze Mechatronics, Mahlo, Mayer & Cie., Neuenhauser Maschinenbau, Oerlikon Textile, Reseda Binder, Saurer, Sedo Treepoint, SETEX Schermuly textile computer, Texpa Maschinenbau, Thies Textilmaschinen, Truetzschler, Truetzschler Nonwoven & Man-Made Fibers, WEKO Weitmann & Konrad, Welker Vakuum, ZSK Stickmaschinen.

VDMA Mechanical Engineering Industry Association

With more than 3,200 members, the VDMA is the largest network organization for mechanical engineering in Europe. The association represents the common economic, technological and scientific interests of this diverse industry.

Constantly looking to the future has been a key characteristic of the VDMA for over 125 years. The VDMA was founded in November 1892 and is the most important voice for the mechanical engineering industry today. It represents the issues of the mechanical and plant engineering sector in Germany and Europe. It successfully accompanies its members in global markets. Its technical expertise, industry knowledge and straightforward positioning make it a recognized and valued point of contact for companies as well as the general public, science, administration and policy makers

Textile Machinery Association

The roundabout 120 textile technology manufacturers organised within the VDMA Textile Machinery Association represent approximately 95 % of Germany’s total production volume in this field. The main activities of the Textile Machinery Association are economic and technical representation of the branch’s interests, exchange of experiences as well as services such as statistics, observation of significant markets and reporting on the situation in the textile industry throughout the world. In addition, the Association supports the world’s largest international textile machinery exhibition ITMA (June 20 – 26, 2019, Barcelona, Spain, www.itma.com). German technology is also presented during the VDMA conferences, B2B meetings and business delegations worldwide to relevant stakeholders from the textile and nonwoven industry. For more information, please visit https://txm.vdma.org. Most of the companies are medium-sized. In 2017, the branch produced textile machinery and accessories worth around 3.5 billion euros.

Contact

Nicolai Strauch / Boris Abadjieff

Phone: +49 69 6603 1366

Fax: +49 69 6603 2366

Email: nicolai.strauch@vdma.org

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Once again, innovation has taken a front row seat at the general meeting of ACIMIT, the  association that represents Italian textile machinery manufacturers. In presenting the latest figures for the sector for 2017, President Alessandro Zucchi reiterated the inevitability of the digitalization process regarding the entire textile industry. Partnerships between technology suppliers and textile manufacturers have become an essential component in providing solutions to the needs of fast-fashion and increasingly more significant e-commerce retail channels.

However, the digitalization of production processes requires a whole new set of skills, and consequently new training solutions. The declaration of intent launched by the trade association is essentially to strength the current link with educational institutions. “We need to consolidate the dialogue with schools,” states Zucchi, “making sure that our needs are met in professional terms, created by the new digital context and the ensuing opportunities young people can seize upon in sectors such as textile machinery production, in which Italy plays a pre-eminent role in providing excellence worldwide.”

At the general meeting’s opening remarks, Prof. Fortis, Vice President of the Edison Foundation, illustrated Italy’s global leadership within the textile machinery industry, both in terms of exports and trade balance. The quality and distinction of Italian textile machinery has been reiterated by the latest figures provided by President Zucchi. In 2017, production rose by 8%, for a value of 2.4 billion euros, while exports grew by 7% (2 billion euros). Production benefitted from a growing demand abroad for Italian machinery, as well as the crucial recovery of Italy’s domestic market, mainly due to the boost generated by the fiscal incentives for the digitalization process of the companies.

Italian textile machinery sector (million euro)

Source: ACIMIT

Note: Figures exclude laundry machinery data

Export of Italian textile machinery

Source: ACIMIT

Background on the Italy’s textile machinery industry and ACIMIT

ACIMIT represents an industrial sector comprising around 300 manufacturers (employing close to 12,000 people) and producing machinery for an overall value of about 2.9 billion euros, with exports amounting to more than 84% of total sales. Creativity, sustainable technology, reliability and quality are the characteristics which have made Italy a global leader in the manufacturing of textile machinery.

Contacts:

Mauro Badanelli, ACIMIT Economics-Press,

Phone. +39024693611, e-mail: economics-press@acimit.it

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