“I think that the ITM Exhibition will be an important meeting, especially in this period when our Turkish textile industry gains momentum and makes investments, as well as in terms of supplying the necessary technologies for new investments in neighbouring countries and directing the investments,” believes Adil Nalbant, President, TEMSAD (Textile Machinery And Accessories Industrialists Association).
The end of the frequent curfews and other strict measures that occurred in 2020 till the middle of 2021 and the speed in the vaccination processes have reactivated the global trade. In this duration, where domestic and international activities increased, global textile industry companies both increased their activities to meet the domestic demand and continued their intensive work in export markets with both sector exhibitions and regional visits.
“Among these increasing physical activities, the ITM Exhibition, which could not be organised in 2020 and 2021 due to the effect of Covid-19, will be a very important meeting point for our industry in 2022. ITM Exhibitions, which are held every two years in partnership with Tüyap, Teknik Fairs, and TEMSAD, have become a global brand of our industry and have become the meeting point of domestic and foreign textile machinery technologies with end-users in our country,” said Adil Nalbant.
The largest meeting point after the pandemic in the textile Industry: ITM 2022
The ITM 2022 Exhibition, which will take place on 14-18 June 2022, will be the largest industry organisation that global brands and procurement committees will meet with great interest after the pandemic. “We think that the ITM 2022 Exhibition will be an important event where both our members and the new generation machines of other sector technologies will be exhibited and will arouse great interest in terms of domestic and foreign visitors. The ITM Exhibition will be an important meeting, especially in this period when our Turkish textile industry gains acceleration and makes investments, as well as in terms of supplying the necessary technologies for new investments in neighbouring countries and directing the investments,” said Nalbant.