April 20, 2024
Machinery

50 Italian Textile Machinery Companies Exhibiting At Techtextil

Over 50 Italian textile machinery companies will exhibit at Techtextil Frankfurt which will be held from April 23 to 26 in Germany.

Among them, 30 will be present at the Italian Pavilion organised by the Italian Trade Agency and ACIMIT in Hall 12.0, Stall A06 and B11.

Companies exhibiting in the Pavilion include Aeris, Bematic, Beschi, Bombi, Castello, Color Service, Ferraro, Gualchieri e Gualchieri, Guarneri Technology, Mariplast, Monti-Mac, Pentek and Rollmac.

Other companies include Salvadè, Sariel, Sicam, Srs, Stalam, Tecnomeccanica Biellese, Testa, Texera, Toscana Spazzole, Ugolini, Unitech, Zanfrini and Zappa.

According to an ACIMIT press release, the global trade of technical textile products reached €44.7 billion in 2023, with an average annual growth rate of 4.4 percent between 2009 and 2023.

The European Union contributes 35 percent to the sector’s global trade and Germany and Italy are among the leading exporters of technical textiles, along with China, the United States, and Japan.

The growth of the sector, both in terms of production and consumption, has led to an increase in demand for specialised machinery for this particular segment.

Italian textile machinery manufacturers have long expanded their technological supply to meet the new needs of clients operating in this specific sector and over 100 ACIMIT members already serve the sector.

“Techtextil continues to be a fundamental reference point for Italian manufacturers working or wanting to enter the business of technical and innovative textiles,” Marco Salvadè, ACIMIT President said.

“The versatility of ‘Made in Italy’ technologies is well-suited for use in various applications of technical textiles, and is capable of meeting various demands made by Techtextil visitors,” he added.

“The Italian companies present at Techtextil represent only a part, albeit a significant one, of the companies in Italy producing machinery for technical textiles and nonwovens,” ACIMIT stated.

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