ITM Texpo Eurasia attracted almost 50000 visitors to see the newest textile technologies
ITM Texpo Eurasia, an International Textile Machinery Exhibition, which took place from 1-4 June, 2016 at the Beylikdüzü Tüyap Convention and Congress Centre, Istanbul, Turkey, besides attracting the sector’s leading textile technology representatives, welcomed 49,730 visitors
ITM fairs, provided a great opportunity to foreign and local participants to present their new technologies. According to organizers, a great volume of sales and business contacts have been made.
Among exhibitors, a great number of textile machinery specialists presented their innovations. Shima Seiki, a leading computerized knitting machine manufacturer, featured its flagship MACH2XS WHOLEGARMENT knitting machine with original SlideNeedle on four needle beds and spring-loaded moveable sinkers, as well as the compact SWG091N2 for producing smaller WHOLEGARMENT items and accessories.
Italian hosiery knitting machine builder Busi Giovanni presented the company’s J-TERRY and Busi MEDICAL TERRY PANTYHOSE single cylinder sock machines. Groz-Beckert, a leading provider of industrial machine needles, precision parts and fine tools, showcased its CircularKnit exhibit, a circular knitting machine replica made of acrylic glass that visualized 14 different knitting technologies from gauge E10 to E50.
Monforts presented a wide range of advanced innovations and developments, including the new version of the Eco-Applicator for knitted fabrics. Karl Mayer, another German machinery maker, exhibited its new HKS 4-M EL tricot machine and the Size Box VSB innovative sizing technology.
The exhibition covered areas like, yarns, knitting, weaving, dyeing, printing, finishing and hosiery machines, sub-industries and chemicals. More than 1,000 textile technology producers presented their latest models in operation.
The exhibition, organized by Tüyap Fairs and Exhibitions Organization Inc & Teknik Fairs Ltd partnership with the Cooperation of TEMSAD (Turkish Textile & Machinery Industrialists Association), exhibited a range of innovations and technologies.
The exhibition proved that Turkey, becoming a centre of the world’s textile production in Eurasia, is experiencing successful times in terms of textile exhibitions.