ITM exhibition expands its success to Central Asia: ITM Uzbekistan

ITM exhibition expands its success to Central Asia: ITM Uzbekistan

ITM Uzbekistan, the first of which will be held between September 12-15, 2023, will be organised in the following odd years such as 2025, 2027, and so on.

ITM- International Textile Machinery Exhibition, which is one of the world’s most important exhibitions in its field and carries its success beyond its borders, will be held in a country other than Turkey for the first time next year under the name ‘ITM Uzbekistan’. ‘ITM Uzbekistan 2023 Exhibition’, which will be held in Uzbekistan New Expo Centre on September 12-15, 2023, will bring together buyers from Central Asia and Turkic Republics with the world’s most important textile and garment technology manufacturers. 

The organisers of ITM Exhibition, Teknik Fairs Inc. and Tüyap Tüm Fuarcılık Yapım Inc., have added a new one to their exhibition experience of more than a quarter century. In line with the intense demands from the sector with regard to the increasing textile investments in Uzbekistan and Central Asia, preparations have started for the ‘ITM Uzbekistan Exhibition’ to be held at the newly built Tashkent New Expo Centre. 

ITM Uzbekistan to be organised in odd years

ITM Uzbekistan, the first of which will be held between September 12-15, 2023, will be organised in the following odd years such as 2025, 2027, and so on. The exhibition calendar was created by taking into account the dates of the exhibitions organised in the same sector in different countries of the world and in Europe and the benefits of the sector.

‘ITM Uzbekistan’ will be the meeting point of textile and garment machinery manufacturers in Central Asia

The experience and know-how that made ITM Exhibition a global brand will be transferred to ‘ITM Uzbekistan Exhibition’. It will be one of the most important events in the world, especially in Central Asia and Turkic Republics, just like ITM Exhibition. ITM Uzbekistan will bring together the world’s leading textile and garment technology manufacturers with global investors. Many new business agreements will be signed at the exhibition where world textile technology leaders will demonstrate their latest innovations.

Tashkent New Expo Centre will be Central Asia’s gateway to the world

New Expo Centre, built in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, will host the most important events of both Central Asia and Turkic Republics. New Expo Centre, where many national and international events will be held, will be the gateway of Central Asia to the world. The exhibition centre, consisting of a total area of 44 thousand sq metre and two stages, was built with the latest technology, taking into account all needs. The new exhibition centre, which includes cafes/restaurants, resting areas, meeting, congress, seminar and exhibition halls, is an important attraction centre with its proximity to the new airport under construction in the capital and the facilities where the international Olympic Games will be held.

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