ACIMIT plans to conduct a seminar for the Russian manufacturers which will impart personally knowledge of the state-of-the-art in Italian textile machinery technology. Around thirteen Italian companies will be part at the technology seminar, including ACIMIT associate members such as Aigle, Bellini, Bianco, Color Service, Ferraro, Itema, Marzoli, Savio and SSM Giudici.
The creativity, sustainable technology, reliability and quality are the uniqueness which have made Italy a leader in the manufacturing of textile machinery and is sold in around 130 countries worldwide
The seminar is organized at a time when the local authorities have initiated pilot projects designed to modernise existing technology and enhance the offering of products on the local market from Russian manufacturers.
This will provide an opportunity to further reinforce existing relations between Russian textile producers and Italian technology suppliers, which are already, well in progress through the promotional initiatives promoted by ACIMIT and ICE-Agency over the years.
The constant presence of Russia in the primary export markets for Italian textile machinery producers as created this interaction between Italian textile machinery manufacturers and Russian companies. In 2013, Italian sales to the Russian market amounted to EUR 29 million.
ACIMIT represents an industrial sector comprising around 300 companies and producing machinery to an overall value of EUR 2.3 billion, with exports amounting to 84% of total sales. In order to promote the Italian textile machinery knowledge throughout the world, ACIMIT organizes a wide range of promotional activities (such as exhibitions, technical seminars, missions in Italy and abroad, etc.) most of the time in collaboration with ICE (Italian Trade Commission).
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