Innovation has always been an integral part of ITMA's DNA. In 2015, in line with industry trends and needs, the exhibition will spotlight innovations that promote sustainability. ITMA 2015 set to take place from 12-19 November in Milan, Italy, will be featuring a dedicated chapter on digital printing technology to provide enhanced access to the vast business potential of this sector.
As innovations and growing adoption of digital technological solutions aims at improving print speed, design and efficiency are driving the next growth wave in the printing sector. The Global Industry Analyst has projected global production of printed textiles to reach 27.8 billion square metres by 2018.
At ITMA 2015, global textile and garment technology suppliers have snapped up over 95% of the 200,000 square metres of space. While, the printing sector makes up 10% of the space booked by exhibitors, more than double the space occupied by the sector at the 2011 show.
The printing industry associations have also given strong support. The latest organization to pledge its support is the European Specialist Printing Manufacturers Association (ESMA).
Peter Buttiens, Chief Executive Officer, European Specialist Printing Manufacturers Association said that their members are highly regarded for their level of technical expertise and knowledge. They have made significant commitments to sustainability and ecological optimization. They look forward to showcasing their latest innovations in screen and digital printing that promote sustainability at ITMA 2015.
Other associations to be part of ITMA 2015 include, China Screen Printing & Graphics Imaging Association, Taiwan Regional Association of Filament Fabrics Printing, Dyeing & Finishing Industries and Taiwan Textile Printing, Dyeing & Finishing Industrial Association
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