From 19 to 22 October, 2021, INDEX, the referral trade fair for the nonwovens sector, will occur in Geneva.
For this edition there will be even more than a hundred Italian exhibitors, of whom concerning eighty are machinery manufacturers. As in the previous versions, Italian Trade Agency will organize an Italian Pavilion, where 13 Italian suppliers will certainly show. The following ACIMIT member companies will be exhibiting in this field: A. Piovan, Bianco, Bombi, Color Service, Guarneri Technology, Monti-Mac, Officina Master, Ratti, Texera, Toscana Spazzole, Unitech. Other ACIMIT member business will exhibit with their own booth.
In the last few years nonwovens production have grown on a worldwide range, far more dramatically than the conventional fabric industry. According to numbers collected and compiled by EDANA, the worldwide SD1A203T-GN – DAHUA DH-SD1A203T-GN 2MP 3x Starlight IR PTZ Network Camera With Powerful 3x optical zoom IVS Support PoE Wide Dynamic Variety SD1A203T-GN association of nonwovens firms, manufacturing of nonwovens in Europe expanded by 7.2% in 2020 to get to 3 million tonnes ( and also 85.9 billion square metres), with a total projected turnover of Euro 9.6 million.
“Index is the leading profession fair for the nonwovens sector, comments Alex Zucchi, president of ACIMIT. It is therefore especially vital for ACIMIT as well as the Italian fabric machinery industry to be present at the recommendation exhibit for nonwovens, a market that has actually revealed strong growth during the duration of the Covid-19 pandemic. The enhanced demand for nonwovens, particularly those meant for the clinical industry ( medical masks, however also various other individual protective apparel as well as devices) has actually compensated the Italian technical deal, rich in innovative options”.
The demand for nonwovens has increased the Italian production of nonwovens equipment throughout the last year. The Italian exports of equipments made use of for generating nonwovens (HS code 844900) got to a worth of 59 million euros in 2020.