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Santoni and Lonati Group to showcase 60 machines
At the ITMA Milano 2015, the Textile Group Companies: Santoni – Lonati –Dinema– Tecnopea and ITS Machina Lonati, all together under a group synergy are aiming at offering a complete response to textile and knitting requests.
M aster the Art of Sustainable Innovation’ is the avowed message for ITMA 2015 & rightly so. Humanity cannot make the Earth sick due to its greed. It is very easy to grasp the meaning of ethics in the sustainability exercise because textile manufacturing being one of the worst polluters on Earth needs to clean its act, by the R-routes -- Reuse, Reduce & Recycle.
Italian exhibitors bet on sustainability
Despite some reduction in the export of Italian textile machinery to the traditional markets of China, India and Turkey, Italian textile machinery industry is optimistic of the rest of the 2015 and 2016 and is also having a positive outlook on the long-term prospects.
ITMA returning to Milan after a gap of 20 years has kindled the high hopes of the Italian textile machinery industry. Already, the first quarters of 2015 has brought in new hopes for the industry with the order book showing a moderate growth of 8 per cent.
Workshops on Italian textile machinery
Among the emerging markets for textile machinery, Vietnam is one of the most promising one. The heading target for the local authorities is to raise Vietnam up to the leading textile and apparel export countries.
ACIMIT, EURATEX & VDMA tie-up for sustainability
EURATEX, the European apparel and textile confederation, has recently signed an MoU with ACIMIT and VDMA, the associations respectively representing Italian and German textile machinery manufacturers.
Sustainability wave rolls on!
The buzzword is Sustainability. The Year 2015 is considered the Year of Sustainability. Sustainability touches every aspect of industry, lives.... and continuation of humankind on earth. For the textile industry, this is of greater urgency. Because textile processes are more polluting and resource-depleting activities.
Orders for Italian textile machinery drop 4%
For the Italian textile machinery sector, the year´s fourth quarter resulted in a decline in orders, mainly due to a negative performance recorded in foreign sales. These findings have been reported in an economic survey conducted by ACIMIT, the Italian Association representing the industry, indicating a 4 per cent drop over the previous quarter.
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