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German tech for Indian textile industry
Today, textile machinery engineering is one of the important branches of engineering and plant construction in Germany. The industry produced textile machinery and accessories worth Euro 3 billion in 2019 in Germany and ca.
Virtual platforms as alternatives to real trade fairs?
André Wissenberg, Head of Marketing, Corporate Communications and Public Affairs for the Oerlikon Manmade Fibers segment and Chairman of the VDMA Marketing and Trade Fair Committee, speaks on the impact of coronavirus epidemic had, and does it continue to have, on events within the textile machine industry.
Texcare Forum concludes with talks on digital culture
Texcare Forum India – LaundrexNet 2020 Conference marked its second edition on 15 February 2020 emphasising on the textile care sector implementing the fourth industry revolution and challenges that comes in-hand with it.
Cematex elects permanent Secretary General
A new Secretary General has been chosen by Cematex, the European Committee of Textile Machinery Manufacturers. Cornelia Buchwalder has served on an interim basis since June 2019, following the retirement of Maria Avery, and was elected to the permanent position by the Cematex Board on March 12.
VDMA: Going digital at ITMA
ITMA 2019 is once again marked by a significant presence of German companies. More than 220 exhibitors from Germany including more than 110 VDMA member companies cover nearly all different machinery chapters with a focus on spinning, nonwoven, weaving, knitting, warp knitting and finishing.
Manifold challenges ahead: Waldmann
The challenges for the textile machinery industry are manifold with a view to 2019: The political and economic framework conditions have deteriorated, incoming orders in important markets are difficult to predict. Markets that have so far been less in focus have to be observed and worked on more intensively.
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