Press conference promoting Techtextil and Texprocess took place on 8th of march in Pałac Lubomirskich in Warsaw. It was an occasion to learn more about the leading technical textile fair trade.
Poland is important in the textile industry
At the beginning, the speech was given by Veronika März – a representative of The Mechanical Engineering Industry Association. She said about the latest trends in the world of technical textiles. In addition, she also shared the information about the most important technologies, among which the German industry plays an important role. Noteworthy is the fact that one of the most important export markets in 2017 was Poland. China and the USA came next to it.
The conference participants gathered in the hall also had the opportunity to listen to the presentation prepared by the organizer of the fair. Michael Jänecke, the director of brand management, graced Poland with his presence. In his speech, he drew attention to the importance of the Polish market in the textile industry. He stressed that the presence of Polish companies at the fair is very important for the organizers. He also got acquainted with the full calendar of upcoming events in the industry.
Frankfurt fair is more and more atractive
During the presentation, the participants could learn a lot about the development of this year’s fair edition as well as the initial number of exhibitors and predictions about visitors. For comparison – in the last edition in May 2017, the fair was visited by 1789 exhibitors from 66 countries and over 47,500 visitors from 114 countries. According to the organizer, already – two months before the start of the fair, the number of entries exceeded the previous result. The Polish press conference also allowed to draw the rank of interest in the fair among Polish exhibitors. In numbers: 28 companies exhibited at Techtextil in 2017 and 11 at Texprocess. In total, there were more than a thousand visitors from Poland in the previous edition. The meeting was also a good opportunity for a short exchange of business cards and telling news from the industry.