Techtextil North America 2016

Event contact title
Marketing Coordinator
Event contact first name
Kari
Event contact last name
Martin
Email
kari.martin@usa.messefrankfurt.com
Event contact telephone number
678-732-2428
Description
The eleventh edition of North America?s only dedicated show for technical textiles and nonwovens will be held May 13 - 15, 2014 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA. Techtextil North America assembles all vertical aspects of the technical textile industry. From research and development, through raw materials and production processes and finally ending in conversion, further treatment and recycling. Held in conjunction with the exhibit hall, is the Techtextil North America Symposium which will address market developments, technological information, new technical processes and products, as well as international industry trends. Make your plans now to join the industry for three days of education, networking and business development!
Attendee information
Registration opens November 2013. Registration Fees: (Expo Hall Pass is included with any Symposium Pass purchase) Exhibit Hall Only Pass: Pre-Registration: $25.00 3-Day Symposium Pass: Pre-Registration: $595.00 1-Day Symposium Pass: Pre-Registration: $295.00 ** Special rates are available for Academia, Student, Nonprofit or Government agencies.
Exhibitor information
Techtextil North America assembles all vertical aspects of the technical textile industry. From research and development, through raw materials and production processes and finally ending in conversion, further treatment and recycling. Starting in 2012, ATME-I (American Textile Machinery Exhibition?International) will be incorporated into Techtextil North America providing textile machinery, equipment, products and service suppliers a broader technical textile and nonwoven industry base to showcase their products and services. This is your company?s best opportunity to meet with buyers from the Americas looking for the newest innovations and products in the technical textile and nonwovens sector.

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