Before the flagship ITMA 2019, four machinery manufacturers associations, AMEC of Spain, SYMATEX of Belgium, BTMA of Great Britain and UCMTF of France, have taken the initiative to organise a roadshow in Mexico.

More than 18 manufacturers have joined. On the Mexican side, the initiative has also received a strong support from CANAINTEX and CITEX.

A two-day programme has been set up. The European textile machinery manufacturers will welcome the Mexican textile and carpet manufacturers and present them their latest technical innovations and services in Mexico City on 20 November and Puebla on 21 November.

The machines cover nearly all the textiles industry, from fibre processing to dyeing and finishing and even recycling through weaving, circular knitting; all end uses markets, textile for apparel, home textiles, carpet manufacturing and technical textiles for the automotive manufacturers for example.

“This is a very convenient opportunity to meet these state-of-the-art machinery manufacturers, meet them at the highest levels, know them better, discuss about your projects,” UCMTF reports. “They are already or can become your technology partners to design new products, improve your production processes, increase your raw materials, energy and water savings and introduce new features of Industry 4.0.”

As of 30 September, the following companies will participate:

Alliance Machines Textiles: Dyeing and finishing machines

BMS Vision: Hardware and software for Manufacturing Execution Systems

Canmartex: Large-diameter circular knitting machines for knitted fabrics

Garnett Controls: Online weight controls, blending and dosing

Cygnet Texkimp: Fibre handling and converting machines for technical markets

Gomplast: Coating rollers with rubber, polyurethane and fluoropolymer

Icomatex: Machinery for washing and textile finishing

James H. Heal: Complete range laboratory instruments

Jeanologia: Laser and eco technologies for fabric and garment finishing

Laroche: Nonwovens and recycling machines

N. Schlumberger: Long fibre spinning machines

Pirobloc: Thermal oil boilers

Picanol: Weaving machines (airjet, rapier)

Rousselet & Callebaut De Blicquy: Continuous centrifugal hydro extractors, dyeing machines

Superba: Yarn continuous heat treatment and space dyeing machines

Tacome: Textile printing and finishing machines

Trelleborg: Coated polymer solutions for the finishing industry

Van De Wiele: Complete lines from extrusion to weaving

ITMA 2019, the world’s largest international textile and garment technology exhibition, will return to Barcelona, Spain, from 20-26 June 2019. The exhibition will take place at the Fira de Barcelona exhibition centre. The exhibition is expected to feature 190,000 square metres of gross exhibition space, over 1,500 exhibitors from some 45 countries, and visitorship of over 100,000.

Source :Innovationintextiles

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