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1. ShanghaiTex 2013
Date: June 10 -13, 2013
Location: Shanghai New International Expo Centre – China.
Key Attractions: With ever changing and improving technology, the exhibition is one of the prime places for showing innovations in textile machinery industry. ‘Shanghaitex 2013’ is the 16th international exhibition on textile industry in China. Industry researchers estimate that there will be an increase of 30 billion yards of material volume on annual growth rate in worldwide textile printing industry, while the application of digital printing on textile goods accounts for growing share and continues expanding, which moves from mass-production to mass-customization. In view of this the organizers of The 16th International Exhibition on Textile Industry (ShanghaiTex 2013) have set up a new theme zone named “Digital Printing Machinery Zone” in ShanghaiTex 2013 to meet the market demand on this area. But as usual the exhibition will remain exhibiting machineries from all other aspects of textile manufacturing.
2. InDIGO- Denim Exhibition
Date: April 19 – 20, 2013
Location: International Trade Expo centre, Sector 62, Noida, India.
Key Attractions: InDIGO; the platform where future leaders of denim industry come together. InDIGO will retain its international character in the second edition, and shall be inaugurated by H. E. Dr. Burak Akcapar, the Ambassador of Turkey to India. The imposing personal presence and participation of H. E. Dr. Akcapar is the materialization of Denim Club India’s efforts towards internationalization of the denim business. Denim Club India will set up a fully-operational state-of-the-art Denim Jeans Production Line during InDIGO 2013. Set up in an area of around 200 square meters, the state-of-the-art production line will demonstrate how the latest technology and automation can be used to increase production and efficiency manifold. Supported by globally recognized industry leaders, this production line will produce ready to wear jeans, using the best of the raw material, machines, and consumables.
3. OEKO-TEX® honors sustainable textile production
Date: June 12, 2013
Location: OEKO-TEX® GmbH, Frankfurt
Key Attractions: To honor the achievements of OEKO-TEX® certified companies who have shown special commitment to the issue of sustainability, the OEKO-TEX® Association will be presenting the Sustainability Award for the first time on 12 June 2013 during an evening event in Frankfurt am Main. The award presentation will also mark the official start of the new OEKO-TEX® certification called ‘Sustainable Textile Production (STeP)’ which will replace the current OEKO-TEX® Standard 1000.
4. AATCC 2013 International Conference
Date: April 9-11, 2013
Location: Greenville, USA
Key Attractions: AATCC’s 2013 International Conference will be held April 9-11 at the Hyatt Regency in Greenville, SC. The conference will feature “something for everyone” and include three educational tracks, poster session, student paper competition, student textile bowl, welcoming reception, and Award’s luncheon where the association’s most prestigious awards will be presented. The conference is open to anyone who would like to attend on doing necessary registration.
5. Future Fibres, Fabrics & Finishes, London, UK
Date: April 12, 2013
Location: London College of Fashion, 272 High Holborn, London, WC1V 7EX
Key Attractions: The London Sections of The Textile Institute (TI) and The Society of Dyers & Colorists (SDC) are hosting a seminar on ‘Future Fibres, Fabrics & Finishes’. This is an opportunity for a glimpse at the ‘Future Fibres, Fabrics & Finishes’ and to hear and see firsthand about the research and development currently happening in the textile industry. Speakers will include:
David Lussey of Peratech, who recently received a Queen’s award, and will speak on Smart textiles, wearable electronics and touch technology.
6. The 1st International Conference on Digital Technologies for the Textile Industries
Date: September 5 – 6, 2013 to March 14, 2013
Location: The University of Manchester, Sackville Street Building, Manchester M13 9PL, UK
Key Attractions: The organizers invite authors to submit a one-page abstract, via www.texeng.co.uk, for each paper that they wish to be considered for inclusion in the oral and/or poster programme for the conference. Closing date for submissions of abstracts intended for oral presentation is June 15, 2013. Poster abstracts can also be considered at a later date.
7. Made in France by Fatex- Cloths Manufacturing Exhibition
Date: April 10- 11, 2013
Location: Carrousel du Louvre – PARIS.
Key Attractions: Made in France by fatex celebrates its tenth anniversary. The French high-end clothes manufacturing exhibition is a showcase for the know-how and manufacturing techniques of the French luxury ready-to-wear sector. Consistently at the cutting edge of fashion this was launched in 2003 to provide a comprehensive overview of French clothes manufacturing in response to the globalization of the clothing industry, Made in France by fatex quickly established itself as a must-attend event for professionals in the luxury ready-to-wear and couture sector. For ten years this talent pool of specialist French manufacturing companies has showcased the originality, technical skill, and high quality behind the iconic “Made in France” label.
8. 3rd Cambodia Int’l Plastics, Packaging, Printing & Food Processing Industry Fair
Date: August 8 -11, 2013
Location: Diamond Island Convention and Exhibition Center (Diamond Island Phnom Penh, Cambodia)
Key Attractions: Apart from the Plastic Bending Machinery the exhibition will also focus on the following products:
-Quality Detection Instrument and Equipment:
-Machinery Parts and Accessories
-Packaging: Converting Machinery, Packaging Machinery, Packaging Materials, Raw Materials & Auxiliaries, Fiberboard Packages, Paper Bags and Folding Cartons, Rigid Packages, Glass Bottles & Tin Cans
– Printing: Printing Machinery & Accessories
9. Complete Cotton- A Unique Training Experience
Date: April 10 – 19, 2013
Location: The International Cotton Association (ICA), Liverpool Marriott Hotel, Liverpool, United Kingdom.
Key Attractions: Complete Cotton incorporates 18 training modules – all delivered by industry experts. Each module is designed to be interactive, providing you with practical experience and an opportunity to share best practice with the presenters and other delegates.
The modules include: Cotton Production and Ginning; Creating a Cotton Contract; Banking and Finance; World Cotton Markets; Global Trading (China, India and the US); Futures and Options; Risk Management; Logistics and Control; Cotton Spinning; Retail Perspective; Quality Testing and Arbitration; History of Cotton and Liverpool; Role of the ICA; Social activities.
10. 2013 Innovative Nonwovens Conference (NETInc)
Date: April 28 – May 1, 2013
Location: Hyatt Regency Atlanta, Atlanta.
Key Attractions: The Innovative Nonwovens Conference (NETInc) is the only technical conference developed by engineers and technologists to help you understand the innovation behind the science and how it impacts the market. NETInc features peer-reviewed papers, expert speakers, and exclusive networking opportunities.