1,223 companies from 37 countries exhibited at ITM Texpo Eurasia 2013
ITM Texpo Eurasia, HIGHTEX International Technical Textiles and Nonwoven and Istanbul Yarn Fairs, has been held from 29 May to 1 June, at Buyukcekmece Tuyap Fair and Congress Center in Istanbul, Turkey. There were 10 different halls with an approximately 90,000sqm area, and brought 1,223 companies and their representatives from 37 countries.
A variety of brand new models of the latest technologies that are used in every step of textile manufacturing including examples from yarn machines to weaving machines, weaving machines to nonwoven technologies, dying-finishing machines to printing digital printing machines have been presented in the fairs where Turkey’s and the globe’s leading textile companies introduced their newest technological innovations. Additionally, every product related to nonwoven and technical textiles and the brand new yarn models have been introduced in HIGHTEX 2013 and Istanbul Yarn Fair respectively.
Turkey’s and the globe’s leading textile companies introduced their newest technological innovations
In these exhibitions where thousands of visitors from Turkey and all around the world came together, the procurement committees from Uzbekistan, Iran and Pakistan took part as well. In addition to that there have been a lot of visitors and representatives of commerce chambers from the neighboring countries of Turkey and 70 countries including Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Bulgaria, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Morocco, Tunisia and Greek took place on the top. The visitors form Arabic and Middle Eastern countries ranked among others and attracted attention.
The countries where the top five highest number of foreign visitors came from are the following ones: Egypt (19.4%), Iran (14.3%), Bulgaria (5.7%), Russia (4.4%) and India (4.2%).
The executives of technology manufacturer companies, who participated in the exhibitions, have emphasized that they found a chance to achieve important business connections and they were satisfied with the potential of visitors. The exhibited machines have found buyers in succession, and similarly some very important technological products which are still in production, or even only prototypes taht are not yet produced, have been indented for later purchases.