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26th October 2016, Moscow

Techtextil Russia to be held annually

Responding to the needs of the technical textiles and fibrous materials market, Messe Frankfurt RUS will turn Techtextil Russia into an annual event. The next edition will be held in Moscow, from 20-22 February.

Technical textiles and equipment for its production is recognised as the main factor of Russian textile and light industry development. This sub-sector has been actively promoted and supported by governmental structures at the regional and federal levels, Messe Frankfurt reports.

In 2016, 120 companies from 15 countries presented their equipment, technologies and products at Techtextil Russia. © Messe Frankfurt RUS/Elena Muzikantova

Market players understand the importance of this industry and increase production capacity, actively engage themselves in transfer of foreign technologies in this field as well as localization of production.

Techtextil Russia 2016 was a success

In 2016, 120 companies from 15 countries, including Belarus, Belgium, China, Egypt, France, Germany, India, Italy, Netherlands, Slovenia, Switzerland, Tunisia, and Russia presented their equipment, technologies and products at Techtextil Russia.

Of those, more than 20 companies have participated in the exhibition for the first time reflecting the constantly growing importance and popularity of the fair and its professional recognition, organisers report.

Technical textiles and equipment for its production is recognised as the main factor of Russian textile and light industry development. © Messe Frankfurt RUS/Elena Muzikantova

The local technical textiles and nonwovens market was represented by key players such as Gazprom Khimvolovno, Mashteksimpeks, Nonwovens factory Ves’ mir, the company Igla, Janta, Ivanovoiskozh and many others.

International offer

National Pavilions of Belgium, China, Italy and Germany represented the international offer. The range of products shown by German companies such as Mehler Texnologies, Pfaff Industriesysteme und Maschinen, Lindauer Dornier, ZKS Zwickauer Kammgarn and others at the German Pavilion included modern technological developments, new samples of nonwoven materials, surface treatment of materials technology, composites on textile base, and more.

Indian companies’ products and technologies also attracted great attention from professional visitors, according to organisers. One of the Indian textile and light industry market leaders Aditya Birla Group participated at Techtextil Russia for the first time.

Concurrent events

At the same time as the exhibition, within the Russian Textile Week, which runs from 20-23 February, four other top events will take place at the Expocentre fairground. These include Inlegmash, an international exhibition for textile manufacturing and processing, CJF, an event for children’s and junior fashion, and Interfabric, an international exhibition of fabric and textile materials.

The technical textiles and nonwovens market was represented by key domestic players in 2016. © Messe Frankfurt RUS/Elena Muzikantova

The central event of the business programme of the Russian Textile Week will be the IV international forum of light industry Legpromforum-2017, in which current issues, challenges and prospects for the industry in general and its most dynamic segments will be discussed on the highest governmental level. The production and effective use of the various types of technical textiles, scientific, and economic aspects of the process will be discussed at the Techtextil Russia Symposium.

According to organisers, uniting leading industry events at one venue already proved its effectiveness last year. Industry professionals positively assessed the joint exhibitions of Techtextil Russia and Inlegmash in previous years.

www.techtextil.messefrankfurt.ru

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