VDMA Textile Machinery Conference and B2B Forum will be conducted in Mumbai at Hotel Leela, on May 15 and 16, 2018 stated a company release. The release invited decision-makers from the Indian textile and nonwoven industry to register under www.germantech-indiantextile.de for the event.
Stating that registration is mandatory for participation, the release disclosed that the organizers will bear organizational costs and there will be no entrance fee. In addition it mentioned that April 30, 2018 is the last date for registration.
The VDMA organizes the event in close co-operation with the VDMA India Office, important media partners and Indian textile associations such as CITI. More than 30 well-known VDMA textile machinery and component manufacturers will hold 36 application-oriented presentations about spinning, knitting, weaving, finishing, dyeing and embroidery. Other important cross topics, such as automation, digitalization (Industry 4.0) and smart production technologies will show all kind of Indian textile manufacturers how to improve their competitiveness.
State-of-the-art-technology will be presented in the following three sessions:
- Textile machinery & components for the fiber & yarn industry (May 15, 2018)
- Textile machinery & components for the technical textiles and nonwovens industry (May 15 & 16, 2018)
- Textile machinery & components for the apparel, home textile & carpet industry
Networking among the participants and experts will be reached also through a B2B meeting area and conference followed by dinner or high tea. In addition, a training seminar at Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute will take place on 17 May 2018 at the premises of VJTI in Mumbai.
Regina Brückner, chairperson of the VDMA Textile Machinery Association said, “The knowledge needed to keep up in the textile business is changing at a faster rate, which makes lifelong learning a must. The knowledge transfer at the VDMA event will improve the competitiveness of the Indian textile industry not only in the short but also in the medium and long-term. The students of today are the decision-makers and technical managers of tomorrow.”