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Mega event for technical textiles & nonwoven to come in Oct

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Cinte Techtextil China, running 20 – 22 October 2008 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre, is the only trade fair of its kind in A-sia: a specialised event showcasing technical textiles and nonwoven products.

Now in its eighth year, the show attracts more than half of its exhibitors (320 from 22 countries & regions in 2005) and nearly 20% of its visitors from overseas. Held only once every two years, it is co-organised by leading nonwovens and technical textile industry as-sociations across China.

China’s demand for technical textiles and nonwoven materials is massive – accounting for half of all spending in this sector in Asia. China’s consumption of technical textiles has grown more than 10% a year for two decades and is expected to reach nearly five million ton-nes by 2010. Consumption of nonwovens has had an equally impres-sive growth in China: increasing 30% each year and expected to reach nearly two million tonnes by 2010.

This year, the event will be held at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre, a modern and well-equipped facility with space to ex-pand and access to transportation. The new, more modern venue is in keeping with the growing event. Since 2000, the show’s size has grown 283%. The number of visitors attending has grown 170% – with more than 7,000 buyers from 59 countries & regions at the last show.

Application areas partition products into useful categories:
Technical textiles and nonwovens are used in a vast range of in-dustries from construction to agriculture to medical technology.
 
Development in these industries raises demand – and opportunity for technical textile and nonwoven material manufacturers. Several events are fuelling the demand, including the 2008 Olympics in Beijing and 2010 World Expo in Shanghai, both creating tremendous development in China.

China’s latest government economic plan is also improving infrastructure by building thousands of kilometres of new rural roads and improving housing, medical treatment and agriculture – thereby raising the demand for technical textiles and nonwovens.

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