High-Tex from Germany, a special German exhibition to be staged during Techtextil Russia, is to include presentations from 53 companies, 45 of whom are manufacturers of nonwovens and technical textiles or from research institutes.
The exhibition will also include presentations from eight manufacturers of textile machinery, alongside a one-day scientific symposium. A preparatory seminar on the Russian market will address customs, transport, technical regulations and bureaucratic demands.
“We are more than satisfied with the number of registrations received, which has exceeded our expectations,” said Dietmar Schmitz, head of the fair policy and EXPO participations in the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology.
“This ‘High-Tex from Germany’ ranks among the most successful events since it was launched in 2000. We have not only reached but also exceeded our target of 50 participants.”
Guests to attend include Ernst Burgbacher, commissioner of the German government for small to medium-sized companies in the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, and Holger Lösch, member of the executive board of the Federation of German Industries.
Mr Schmitz added: “Russia is a prosperous market. As a result of the numerous construction, industrial and infrastructure projects, there is an enormous demand for technical textiles there. German companies and institutes are highly regarded as business partners and have a good reputation in Russia.”
It is predicted that Russia will invest around €1 trillion in modernisation projects by 2030.
Peter Schwartze, president of the Confederation of the German Textile and Fashion Industry and exhibition president of ‘High-Tex from Germany’ said: “This is a very attractive market. However, it also represents a considerable challenge. Therefore, we aim to ensure that exhibitors are as well-prepared as possible before they leave for Moscow, so they can conduct business successfully there.”
High-Tex from Germany, the special German exhibition will be held during Techtextil Russia, which takes place in Moscow, from March 12-14.
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