The orders intake in the first six months of the year for Italian companies registered a physiological decline after two years of strong growth. However, Italian exports remain high even in the first four months of 2018. Asia is the main destination for Italian textile machinery (about 50% of the total exports), followed by European Countri
In the first half of this year, the Asian markets reflected a mixed development. While Indonesia and Vietnam showed a good development, India, Bangladesh and Pakistan were below last year’s volume. China still being the most important export market for Swiss Textile Machines kept its share. However export figures reflect only pa
Nine companies are members of TMAS, Textile Machine Association of Sweden, each in the forefront of their own specific segment, with a long successful history and a passion for textile manufacturing.
There has been a very positive trend the last two to three years with a good business climate and increasing export of Swedis
Bruno AMELINE, President of UCMTF Evelyne CHOLET, Secretary General of UCMTF The French Textile Machinery Manufacturers’ Association groups 30 companies. They design and produce nearly all their machines in France. The total annual turnover is above 1 billion US Dollars. Most of our machines (92%) are exported all
Production, sales and exports performance was highly pleasing in 2017 and 2018. This positive trend was for the benefit of all technologies of the textile value chain. Delivery times increased significantly in some sectors. China is of course the top market in Asia. Other big volume destinations are India, Bangladesh or Pakistan.
On September 24th, the international cheongsam cultural ambassador, founder of Chantel Gong and one of China Ten Outstanding Designers — GONG Hangyu, who just won the honorary title “the one hundredth Chinese artistic master in the world stamp history” in the fashion capital — Paris, sparked a flurry of modern c
During The World New Fiber Materials Forum & The 24th China International Man-Made Fiber Conference (CIMFC) held on September 5th in Xiaoshasn, China. The reporter of China Textile found an opportunity to have an interview with Mr. Andre Wissenberg, Vice President, Head of Marketing, Corporate Communications and Public Affairs of Oerlikon Man-made Fiber