VDMA launches new textile machinery website
22nd September 2011, Barcelona
As ITMA opens here today, Germany's VDMA Textile Machinery Association has announced the launch of a new internet portal for the global textiles industry www.machines-for-textiles.com . The machine builders association says the portal will be a useful tool for textile manufacturers who want to get quick and easy access to information on German technology.
Who produces machines for tailored fibre placement? Who offers machinery for sisal and hemp processing? You need machines to produce conveyor belts? Heart of the new portal is the VDMA sourcing service that allows textile companies around the globe to search for manufacturers of textile machines and accessories. In addition the portal offers application reports, providing exclusive background information on selected products. The website is completed by information on latest trends and innovations as well as on exhibitions, symposia and conferences. Journalists can find press releases of the VDMA Textile Machinery Association. Press releases of its member companies on machines-for-textiles will follow within short.
Sourcing service - Broad range of searching possibilities
The members of the VDMA Textile Machinery Association offer machines and accessories for all production steps of the textile industry. The spectrum ranges from classical spinning or weaving machinery to specific machinery for geotextiles, fish nets, mooring lines or artificial turf to name only a few.
Users of the sourcing service on machines-for-textiles.com are assisted by a broad range of searching possibilities:
- Free text search: Input of machines names (or parts of it) or textile products.
- Search for company name or location.
- Hierarchical search for categories of textile machinery and accessories.
Alphabetical search of textile products for which production technology is requested.
The results shown are the respective VDMA member companies with all contact data and links to the websites of the companies.
Author: Billy Hunter