The upcoming editions of Indo Intertex, to be held in Jakarta end of April and Techtextil North America beginning of May in Atlanta will see significant contingents of machinery manufacturers organised in VDMA (German Engineering Federation).
The following 12 VDMA associated companies will participate in the German presentation organised at Indo Intertex: Dilo Systems, Dürkopp Adler, Erbatech, Nomaco, Reseda Binder, Sedo Treepoint, Setex Schermuly textile computer, Spinnbau, Temafa Maschinenfabrik, Pfaff Industriesysteme and Xetma Vollenweider.
At www.indointertex.german-pavilion.com, visitors to Indo Intertex can get information on all exhibitors of the official German presentation, booth numbers and floor plans etc. The complete exhibitors list can be found here https://indointertex.com/exhibit-list/
Indonesia is one of the most relevant markets in the region. With 73 million Euros worth of German machinery sold in 2015, exports to Indonesia were back on track again after a weaker performance in 2014 (47 million Euros).
For the eleventh consecutive edition of Techtextil North America, a joint presentation of German companies producing high performance technical textiles and nonwovens will take place. Well known VDMA member companies will be showcasing their latest products in an official German Pavilion in Atlanta: beba Mischtechnik, Brückner Textile Technologies, Expert Systemtechnik, Global International, Maier-Unitas, A. Monforts Textilmaschinen, Ontec Automation, PLEVA, Georg Sahm, Strobel Spezialmaschinen and ZSK Stickmaschinen.
Further information on the German presentation at Techtextil North America can be found under www.techtextil-atlanta.german-pavilion.com. The complete exhibitor list, including additional VDMA member companies (direct exhibitors) can be found here:
The United States belong traditionally to the strongest markets for German technology. Despite a backdrop of exports 2015/2014 the German textile machinery shipping to the US topped again the 200 million line, reaching 216 million Euros in 2015. Again the United States were the second biggest market for German textile machinery and accessories. For German sewing and garment machinery the United States is, since 2012, the main market, with exports amounting to 42 million Euros.