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30th January 2014, Milan

Recycled fibres and yarns at ITMA 2015

The chapter on fibres and yarns is expected to grow at ITMA 2015, the international textile and garment machinery exhibition that will take place from 12- 19 November 2015 at Fiera Milano Rho in Milan, Italy.

As the textile and garment industry moves towards making a tangible commitment to sustainability, the chapter will now include a new sub-chapter on recycled fibres and yarns.

Fibre and yarn sector

The debut of the fibre and yarn chapter at ITMA 2011 was endorsed as a useful platform by exhibitors, organisers report. The survey conducted among the exhibitors showed that the majority was willing to return to the event with a bigger participation.

According to the exhibition’s organisers, MP Expositions Pte, the exhibition features the largest and most comprehensive range of textile and garment technology products and services in one venue.

In 2011 the sector recorded 37 exhibitors from 14 different countries. It was also one of the top 5 sectors visited, with 94% of the fibre and yarn exhibitors indicated that they will return for the next edition. The survey also showed that 83% of exhibitors established new business relationships during an event.

Integrated business platform

ITMA 2015 is the international business platform for fibre and yarn producers. It attracts an international pool of buyers surcing for end solutions in the production of traditional textile and innovative textile materials.

According to the exhibition’s organisers, MP Expositions Pte, the exhibition features the largest and most comprehensive range of textile and garment technology products and services in one venue.

The strong support has been received from the fibre and yarn industry associations around the world, including Brazilian Association of Producers of Artificial and Synthetic Fibres (ABRAFAS), Discover Natural Fibres Initiative, Gdynia Cotton Association and Taiwan Man-Made Fibre Industries Association.

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