VDMA opens registration for US & Mexico conferences

The VDMA Textile Machinery Association from Germany has published demanding and comprehensive programs of its B2B forums and conferences, which will be held in Charlotte (NC) and Mexico City in November 2017. Online registrations for the programs are now open and are available at www.germantech-ustextile.de and www.germantech-mextextile.de.

Industry experts from the VDMA member companies will present practice-oriented technology topics to decision makers from the local textile industries.

For the conference in Charlotte, taking place on November 6, 2017 at the Sheraton Charlotte Hotel, three parallel sessions are scheduled: textile machinery and components for the fibre and yarn industry; nonwovens and technical textiles industry; and apparel, home textile & carpet industry. The sessions will feature application-oriented technology presentations from around 25 VDMA member companies.

The program in Mexico City will cover two days, November 8 and 9, 2017, at the Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe. The content for the programs include textile machinery and components for the apparel and home textile industry, textile machinery and components for the fibre and yarn industry, and textile machinery and components for the nonwovens and technical textiles industry.

Around 29 VDMA member companies will present their latest technologies. Interested decision makers (for example technical management, production managers, quality and maintenance managers, mill owners) from the textile, nonwoven, and carpet manufacturing industries, along the entire textile chain, are requested to register for the forum.

Each registrant will be checked and approved. A few weeks prior to the events, the approved registrants will be able to pre-arrange B2B meetings with the experts from the participating VDMA member companies, their subsidiaries and agents via the above-mentioned websites.

The training session at the Instituto Politécnico Nacional (Escuela Superior de Ingeniería Textil) to be held in Mexico City on 10 November, 2017 will focus on future engineers. (GK)

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