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German technology meets Indian textiles

VDMA Technological Conference, 03.12.2013 in Mumbai and 05.12.2013 in Coimbatore, with Karl Mayer taking part

(PresseBox) (Obertshausen, ) In order to improve the level of knowledge about German textile machinery manufacturers and to spread information about the latest technological developments, the German Textile Machinery Association (VDMA) is arranging two technological conferences in Indian textile centres this year as well.

The VDMA event series will bear the title 'German technology meets Indian textiles'. It will be held at the Taj President Hotel in Mumbai on 3 December and at the Le Meridian Hotel in Coimbatore on 5 December.

The target group of the Conference will be all those Indian manufacturers who are looking for new products and ways of improving the quality of their goods and their competitiveness.

For the visitors there will be a schedule of reports with contributions from 14 well-known German textile machinery manufacturers and institutes. The practically oriented reports will cover all the process stages in the textile production chain. In the warp preparation section Peter Obrist from KARL MAYER will present technical solutions to the production of warp beams which will satisfy the high requirements of high-speed weaving. The regional sales manager will target the Size-O-Matic machine for the processing of staple fibres as one focal point.

The practical section of the VDMA Conference will deal with both, garments and household textiles, as well as technical textiles. General topics will include: energy efficiency and savings in materials, the financing of exports, life-cycle costs, and the allocation of certificates and labels.

And means will even be provided for personal dialogue at the VDMA Technological Conference.