Hospital mattress protector From 19 to 22 October, 2021, INDEX, the recommendation profession fair for the nonwovens industry, will certainly take place in Geneva.
For this version there will be even more than a hundred Italian exhibitors, of whom regarding eighty are machinery suppliers. As in the previous editions, Italian Trade Agency will certainly arrange an Italian Pavilion, where 13 Italian producers will certainly show. The complying with ACIMIT participant business will be showing in this area: A. Piovan, Bianco, Bombi, Color Service, Guarneri Technology, Monti-Mac, Officina Master, Ratti, Texera, Toscana Spazzole, Unitech. Other ACIMIT participant companies will certainly exhibit with their very own cubicle.
In recent times nonwovens production have expanded on a worldwide range, far more dramatically than the conventional fabric industry. According to numbers accumulated and also assembled by EDANA, the international organization of nonwovens business, manufacturing of nonwovens in Europe grew by 7.2% in 2020 to get to 3 million tonnes ( as well as 85.9 billion square metres), with a complete approximated turn over of Euro 9.6 million Hospital mattress protector.
“Index is the leading profession fair for the nonwovens industry, remarks Alex Zucchi, president of ACIMIT. It is therefore specifically crucial for ACIMIT and the Italian fabric equipment industry to be present at the referral event for nonwovens, a market that has revealed strong development throughout the duration of the Covid-19 pandemic. The raised need for nonwovens, particularly those intended for the clinical field ( medical masks, but also other individual protective clothes as well as devices) has actually compensated the Italian technological offer, abundant in cutting-edge options”.
The demand for nonwovens has actually enhanced the Italian production of nonwovens equipment throughout the in 2015. The raised demand for innovative solutions is precisely what boosts the duty of Italian fabric equipment suppliers. The Italian exports of equipments used for producing nonwovens (HS code 844900) reached a value of 59 million euros in 2020. In the very first 6 months of 2021, after that, the growth was impressive: +142% over the first half of 2020, worth 37 million euros.