Two technological conferences themed “German technology meets Indian textiles” will be held on 3rd December in Mumbai (Hotel Vivanta by Taj- President) and on 5th December 2013 in Coimbatore (Hotel Le Meridian), organized by the German VDMA Textile Machinery Association.
Indian textile companies aiming for new products, improved quality of fabrics and enhanced competitiveness have the chance to learn more about the latest solutions to realize these objectives from 14 well-known German textile machinery and accessories builders.
Technology and cross topics
The speakers from the German companies and institutes will present practice-oriented technology topics related to twisting, knitting, warp-knitting, weaving, finishing and dyeing machinery, textiles testing and measurement and control equipment. Major application areas will cover garments, home textiles as well as industrial applications (technical textiles) for medical, building and automotive industry among others.
Moreover, important cross-topics like energy and material efficiency will be presented in the framework of the VDMA sustainability initiative Blue Competence. Issues like Life Cycle Costs, certification and labeling as well as buyer’s credits (export finance) will enrich the program for the benefit of the participants of the Indian textile industry. Last but not least, the conference dinner will provide further networking opportunities in a relaxed atmosphere.
Both, presentations and scheduled meetings
Visitors to the event have the chance to inform themselves about innovative German technology by attending the presentations as well as by participating in the B2B Matchmaking dialogue (one-to-one 30-minutes pre-scheduled meetings).
Registration starting from October
Starting from October visitors can register online for the presentations and arrange meetings with the German companies and their agents. In addition, a conference magazine will be provided and distributed by VDMA partners in October and November 2013.
Next stop Techtextil India
Interested stakeholders from the Indian textile industry are welcome to visit the German pavilion at Techtextil India (3rd to 5th October 2013, Mumbai). Boris Abadjieff, VDMA Textile Machinery Association and Sumit Sharma, VDMA India Office (Noida) will be present at the booth and will provide visitors with all necessary information concerning the conferences in December and all other issues related to German technology.
Participating companies at the VDMA conferences in Mumbai and Coimbatore
A. Monforts Textilmaschinen, Allma Volkmann, branch of Saurer Germany, Brückner Textile Technologies, Groz-Beckert, Heusch, Hohenstein Textile Testing Institute, Karl Mayer Textilmaschinenfabrik, Körting Hannover, Landesbank Baden-Württemberg, Lindauer Dornier, Mahlo, Mayer & Cie., Merz Maschinenfabrik, Thies, Welker Spintech, Wumag Texroll.
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