The 18th International Exhibition on Textile Industry (ShanghaiTex 2017)

Textile for Smarter Future
2017-11-27 - 2017-11-30
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The 18th Shanghai International Textile Machinery Exhibition (ShanghaiTex 2017) focuses on the world’s latest innovative textile technology, high-growth application sectors and cross-border technology, thereby assisting industry to overcome challenges and spark new opportunities on the way to industry 4.0. In response to the "Customization" trend, ShanghaiTex 2017 contributes to the progressive realization of industry 4.0 through promotion of advancement in production, digitalization, sustainability and servitization, to breathe new dynamics and value to the industry and assist Chinese textile to rank among the world's manufacturing power.
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Trade visitors include manufacturers, agents, distributors and servicing organizations from the industries of: Fiber/Yarn: Synthetic, Cotton, Wool, Hemp & Flax, Silk & Spun Fabric: Synthetic, Cotton, Wool, Hemp & Flax, Blended, Silk Knitted Goods: Woven Fabric, Knitted Clothing, Woolen Sweaters, Towel, Underwear, Hosiery Printing, Dyeing & Finishing Additives Processing Industry Garment / Apparel High Fashion Headwear / Scarf Carpet Home Textile Techtextile Non-woven Embroidery Braiding, Trimmings/ Narrow Fabric Leather, Fur, Down
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Bleaching, Dyeing, Printing, Finishing and Making- up Machinery Digital Printing Machinery Fiber Manufacturing Machinery Knitting & Hosiery Machinery Machinery and Accessories for Apparel Mill Management Instruments New Materials, Technology & Designs for Knitting Products Non-Woven Fabric Machinery and Tufting Machinery Software and IT for Textile and Garment Industry (CAD/CAM/CIM) Spare Parts and Accessories for Textile and Garment Machinery Spinning Machinery Techtextile Technology & Product Testing and Measuring Equipment Textile Chemicals Warp-Knitting, Embroidery and Weaving Machinery Yarn Twisters, Winders and Accessories

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