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ITMA 2007 Covers the Complete Textile Chain

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Exhibitors and visitors can expect a wide range of machines, accessories and innovations at ITMA 2007, where all areas of the textile chain will be presented.

ITMA is the largest and most renowned trade fair of international textile engineering and the all-encompassing industry meeting place at the same time. Machines and accessories are presented for the complete textile chain in a range, which is unique in the world and which extends from spinning to flat fabric production (weaving, knitting and nonwovens manufacture) all the way to finishing and manufacturing ready-made clothes including relevant products such as software, material flow logistics, test and measurement equipment, waste water treatment and textile chemicals. Consequently, ITMA is also designed for customers, who are searching for solutions for very different areas in the textile chain. Exhibitors, who offer products for several areas of the textile chain, profit especially from ITMA participation.

ITMA 2007 will also be an important trade fair for innovations in the making-up industry. Thanks to the numerous interfaces to other process steps of the textile chain, these companies will be located in the central Hall B 2, from where production techniques of preliminary stages such as fabric production and finishing can be reached quickly. Demanding customers from the European and North American clothing industries will especially use ITMA to obtain information about current technology trends and prepare investment decisions.

The organisers also expect many visitors from South America, the Middle East and Asia. Customers from these countries appreciate the comprehensive offer of information and the numerous world firsts at ITMA, which are presented regularly. Technical textiles attract special attention. As at no other event, visitors are presented with a wide range of technology and processes for manufacturing technical textiles in action, which in turn makes it possible to compare different technologies as production alternatives.

Software solutions and material flow technology will be another important aspect of ITMA in Munich. The number of exhibitors has increased continually in these segments over the past years. Software and material flow logistics suppliers will also be located centrally to do justice to their decisive lateral function along the complete textile change.

“The number of registrations for ITMA 2007 is already very good news for us now. Some booths are still available but their number is limited and allocation has already started. Consequently, I recommend that all undecided companies register quickly by the end of August at the latest to secure an attractive booth spot,” trade fair expert Ragnar Strauch from the VDMA Textile Machinery Association emphasised.

About ITMA
In the halls of the New Munich Trade Fair Centre, the latest products of the international textile machinery industry will be presented on 13 - 20 September 2007. The European umbrella organisation CEMATEX, which comprises nine European member associations, is the owner of ITMA and has selected the Textile Machinery Association of the VDMA to engage Messe München to hold the event in 2007. This leading international trade fair of the textile machinery industry takes place at intervals of four years at different exhibition locations and attracts around 100,000 visitors and 1,300 exhibitors from all over the world. ITMA 2007 will occupy the entire exhibition area of the New Munich Trade Fair Centre.


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