Italian ITEMA sponsors Milano Unica before inaugurating new premises in Shanghai (updated 3/5/14 11:45)

Italian ITEMA sponsors Milano Unica before inaugurating new premises in Shanghai

ITEMA_Sponsors-Milano-Unica-2014_PRESS-RELEASE-2Once again, the leading Italian provider of advance weaving machines, Itema S.p.A., Colzate, is sponsoring the exclusive textile fair from Milan will take place from March 3 -5, 2014 in Shanghai (PRC) bringing together the best manufacturers of premium Made in Italy fabrics and apparel

Milano Unica is actually linked to Itema’s Grand Opening of the new Shanghai premises on March 6, 2014 and President Silvio Albini, Albini Group, will be the Key Customer Testimonial in Shanghai. His company is one of the oldest and most loyal customers of Itema and the group is a top European manufacturer (eight plants, five in Italy and more than 1300 employees worldwide) of high quality, exclusive shirting fabrics and a real flagship of Made in Italy excellence. Other special guests include the Italian Consul for Economic and Commercial Affairs in Shanghai; Eugenia Plagi,Italian Rrade Commissioner; Claudio Pasqualucci and Xu Wen Ying, vice president of teh Chinese National Textile and Apparel Council.

Milano Unica forms part of the Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics (see TextileFuture’s Event Calendar) and over 100 of the best Italian textile manufacturers will showcase their latest quality products.

Itema is an Italian privately held multinational company and a leading player in the textile industry, according to in-house information – and is providing best-in-class weaving machines for over 60 years, bringing together Italian quality, Swiss precision and Chinese efficiency. In China, the company is present since 2003 with sales and after sales teams, assembly and technical support, to ensure highest possible standard of weaving solutions.

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www.itemagroup.com


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