Exhibitor registrations up at Techtextil & Texprocess 2019
November 12, 2018 - Germany
The tradefair duo of Techtextil and Texprocess 2019 is almost fully booked up. Techtextil and Texprocess is set to take place in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, from May 14-17, 2019. The number of registrations received for the exhibitions is already significantly over that of the previous editions. Proposals for the new Techtextil forum can still be submitted.
Techtextil is the leading international trade fair for technical textiles and nonwovens, and Texprocess is the leading international trade fair for processing textile and flexible materials.
To date, around 1,000 companies from 54 countries have registered for Techtextil 2019. The exhibitors at Techtextil present the complete spectrum of technical textiles and nonwovens. Next year will see a significant increase in the fields of technology and fibres & yarns. Also very well represented are suppliers of woven fabrics, coated textiles, and functional apparel textiles. The exhibitors show fibre-based products for all areas of applications, in particular, an expanded range for the industry, for architecture and civil engineering, apparel, mobility, medicine, sport, and hazard protection, according to a press release on the tradefairs.
With over 250 registrations already received from 31 countries, the concurrent Texprocess presents the complete spectrum of textile processing technologies from design, via cutting, making, trimming, textile digital printing, dressing and finishing, to textile logistics and textile recycling. In the case of Texprocess, too, there is only a limited amount of exhibition space still available.
With the Techtextil forum, Techtextil 2019 will have a new platform for the exchange of ideas and information between exhibitors and trade visitors, as well as researchers, developers, and users of technical textiles. Techtextil forum will be held within the framework of the fair, on all four days and free of charge for all trade-fair participants. Proposals for lectures, discussions, and workshops can still be submitted until November 16, 2019. (GK)