After a successful stint last year, Cinte Techtextil China is set to attract exhibitors and visitors interested in technical textiles and nonwoven products from Asia in Shanghai, China, from September 6-8. The 2022 edition of the international trade fair will highlight materials and technologies for products that focus on personal hygiene and environmental protection.
Cinte Techtextil China’s product categories comprise 12 application areas, including all types of uses in modern technical textiles and nonwovens. The categories cover everything from upstream technology and raw material providers to finished fabrics, chemicals, and other solutions, according to Cinte Techtextil China’s website.
The trade fair will be held in halls E1 – E3 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre. It is organised by Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd; the Sub-Council of Textile Industry, CCPIT; and the China Nonwovens & Industrial Textiles Association (CNITA).
Technical textiles and especially the nonwovens industries have witnessed a growth spurt during the COVID-19 pandemic. A recent study projects the rise of the global polypropylene nonwoven fabric market at a CAGR of 6.7 per cent, touching $39.23 billion by 2028. Nonwovens are in huge demand in sanitation, medical, automotive, and other end-use industries. The Asia-Pacific region has also been recognised as the largest regional market in the world with huge potential for further growth.
“The field of nonwovens is poised for a positive growth as the awareness of personal hygiene and pandemic prevention sustains in the domestic market. We decided to join the fair and showcase our new launches as we remain confident in the future development of the industry, especially since China is dominating the global scene,” said James Gao, head of marketing and textile technologies, Uster Technologies (China) Co Ltd, as per a press release issued by Cinte Techtextil China.
“The market is paying more attention to environmental protection, and we receive enquiries about special yarns for this every day. We focus on technical yarns for filtration as well as anti-bacterial properties, which are very important for the environment. The potential here in China is incredible and this is a big opportunity for everybody,” said Roberto Galante, plant manager of FMMG Technical Textiles (Suzhou) Co Ltd, the Chinese subsidiary of the Fil Man Made Group, who was also one of the exhibitors at the 2021 edition of Cinte Techtextil China.
Fibre2Fashion News Desk (NB)