Techtextil worldwide: Techtextil Russia to be held annually
Responding to the needs of the technical textiles and fibrous materials market, Messe Frankfurt RUS will thus turn Techtextil Russia into an annual event. Techtextil Russia will be held in Moscow for the ninth time from 20 to 22 February 2017 and it will take place in the framework of the “Russian Textile Week 2017”.
The week is organized by IEC Expocentre and the Russian Union of Entrepreneurs of Textile and Light Industry; the official partner is Messe Frankfurt RUS. CPM Moscow – the largest fashion fair in Eastern Europe, will be held in parallel to “Russian Textile Week”.
Technical textiles and equipment for its production is recognized 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. 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 has been a successful event
In February 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. Out of those, more than 20 companies participated in the exhibition for the first time reflecting the constantly growing importance and popularity of the fair and its professional recognition. The local technical textiles and nonwovens market was represented by key players such as Gazprom Khimvolovno, Mashteksimpeks , Nonwovens factory Ves’ mir, Igla, Janta, and Ivanovoiskozh.
National Pavilions of Belgium, China, Italy and Germany completed the Techtextil Russia exposition. The range of products shown by German companies such as Mehler Texnologies Gmbh, Pfaff Industriesysteme und Maschinen GmbH, Lindauer Dornier GmbH, ZKS Zwickauer Kammgarn GmbH included current technological developments, new samples of nonwoven materials, surface treatment of materials technology, composites on textile base, and more.