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Techtextil India: 1st hybrid edition in 2021

Over the years, the editions of Techtextil India have been instrumental in uniting the technical textile fraternity and creating an atmosphere of collaboration through its physical platform. However, the new hybrid edition that is set to be held on September 1-3, 2021, will not only physically, but also digitally unite exhibitors from the technical textile industry with key buyers and suppliers from India and worldwide.
While the physical fair offers the benefit of face-to-face interaction under strict observance of safety protocols, the digital platform will help exhibitors increase their brand exposure and interact with potential buyers from across the globe via features such as live streaming, video calls, live chats and more.
The hybrid fair will also make collaborative engagements simple through its AI assisted platform. Potential suppliers will be automatically matched when buyers launch product or service queries, following which virtual appointments can be set-up at a mutually agreed-upon time.
Organizer of the fair, Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai/India, is also looking forward to incorporating online panel discussions and knowledge programs to impart erudite market insights and rejuvenate confidence among players across the 12 application areas of technical textiles.

 

Source:
dfv media group
More information: Techtextil India

Vandewiele: acquisition of Savio Group

The manufacturer of carpet weaving machines Vandewiele NV, Kortrijk/Belgium, has reached an agreement for the acquisition of 100 % of the producer of yarn finishing machines Savio Macchine Tessili S.p.A., Pordenone/Italy.
Vandewiele is convinced that the Savio Group will be a valued member of the group, consisting of several textile machine companies.

Savio is a world leader in the yarn finishing sector, operating in the design, manufacturing and distribution of winding machines, quality control devices and electronic boards for the textile industry. It has factories in Italy, China, India, Belgium, Germany and Switzerland.

 

 

Source:
dfv media group
More information: Vandewiele Savio