ITM Texpo Eurasia, an International Textile Machinery Exhibition, will be held from 1-4 September 2016 at the Beylikdüzü Tüyap Convention and Congress Center. Pre-registrations for the anticipated event will start on 1 May.
Uniting hundreds of domestic and foreign textile leaders, ITM Texpo Eurasia ranks among the leading exhibitions of the sector. Entitled to receive an international exhibition certificate, the exhibition also has a place in the global textile exhibitions calendar, the international arena where cutting-edge technologies are exhibited.
The long success story of the partnership between Monforts and its representative in Indonesia, Primatek, has seen more than 200 stenters installed during the past 15 years.
Today, with Indonesian producers facing surging demand for both quality and volume from domestic consumers, the textile mills are increasingly looking towards extra capacity with new Montex stenters, and to other Monforts hi-tech ranges, such as the Thermex continuous dyeing line, the company reports.
With the acquisition in 2013 of Primatek by the Swiss giant DKSH, formidable resources are now being deployed to ensure Monforts remains the premier brand name for quality in the Indonesian market.
A partner of the famed Hyères International Festival of Fashion & Photography since 2011, Première Vision, which strengthened its collaboration in 2013, will once again this year present the Première Vision Grand Jury Prize.
Accompanied by a EUR 15,000 purse, the prize is being awarded to the winner of the fashion prize by a special jury, chaired this year by Kenzo creative directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon.
In January, the Karl Mayer Academy was able to look back on a successful year. The courses held in the company’s own training centre have been extremely well attended and the trainees were delighted with their learning experience, the German textile machinery manufacturer reports. New courses are now available in India and Germany.
For Karl Mayer, the courses are an investment in the future and a way of contributing to the development of the Indian textile industry by disseminating technical information.
Last year, around 300 trainees received instruction at the Karl Mayer Academy in Germany. Instructors from Obertshausen also travelled to Mexico and the USA to train about 60 customers in their own countries.
The 3rd edition of the Galleria Intima, India’s largest sourcing fair for intimate apparel professionals, organised by the Intimate Apparel Association of India, will this year take place from 18-19 August at the Grand Hyatt, Goa.
Last year the show attracted more than 300 visiting brands and this year, the exhibition promises to get even bigger as the organisers expect over 600 brands and more than 75 exhibitors to visit the event.
With its academy in Changzhou City, Karl Mayer is aiming to complement its range of state-of-the-art machines by making specific training courses available to its customers.
The concept has proved to be extremely successful. Since the Karl Mayer Academy China was set up in 2008, more than 700 trainees have qualified there, and the number is rising all the time.
The Karl Mayer Academy China has also been awarded the prize for the “Great Contribution to China’s Warp Knitting Industry 2013” by the Chinese Federation for the Knitting Industry (CKIA-WKA) on 22 November last year.
Şenol Şankaya, CEO of Turkish knitted garments producer Yeşim Tekstil, has been elected for the second time to the board of managers of the International Apparel Federation (IAF), one of the largest federations for apparel and garment industry.
Şankaya, who is also the chairman of Uludağ Exporters Union for Apparel and Ready Wear (UHKİB), will continue to represent the Turkish apparel sector at the international level.
Chanel has announced it will hire 100 new staff over the next three years at its Barrie Knitwear factory in Hawick in the Scottish Borders. Barrie’s workforce where advised of the company’s expansion plans by Chanel’s fashion president Bruno Pavlovsky yesterday.
The Supervisory Board of Lenzing has appointed Thomas Riegler to serve as the company’s new Chief Financial Officer for the next three years starting on 1 June 2014.
Born in Graz, Thomas Riegler studied business administration and has accumulated more than 20 years of professional experience in the field of financial management. He worked for Roland Berger Strategy Consultants and held top international management positions in the Daimler Group.
Can Lord Digby Jones, former UK government Minister for Trade and Director General of The CBI (Confederation of British Industry) persuade a Scottish textiles mill take their traditional heritage knitwear to China?