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16 / 02 / 2016

Press Release. INLEGMASH 2016

On 24-26 February 2016 Pavilion No.3 of Expocentre Fairgrounds will host the 16th edition of the International Exhibition for Textile Manufacturing and Processing – Inlegmash 2016.

Over 45 years Inlegmash has become Russia’s most important meeting place for textile industry professionals, manufacturers and consumer of textile equipment from all over the world.

The show is managed by Expocentre ZAO and Messe Dussedorf GmbH (Germany) under the auspices of the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Inlegmash’s high standing in the industry is confirmed by regular participation of leading manufacturers of textile equipment, as well as labels of approval from UFI – the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry, and RUEF – the Russian Union of Exhibitions and Fairs.   

2016 is the first year that Inlegmash is held within the Russian Textile Week. The Week is organized by Expocentre ZAO and the Souzlegprom Russian Union of Entrepreneurs of Textile and Light Industry under the support of the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Russian Civic Chamber and the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs.  

The Week includes the Inlegmash International Exhibition for Textile Manufacturing and Processing; the CJF – Child and Junior Fashion. Spring International Exhibition; the Techtextil Russia International Exhibition for Technical Textiles, Nonwovens and Protective Clothing; the Interfabric International Exhibition for Fabrics and Textile Materials; and the major textile event Legpromforum International Forum on Textile Industry.
Inlegmash once again brings together professionals of the textile industry who will showcase the latest equipment and technology.  

Product Sectors 2016

  • Equipment for primary treatment of natural and man-made fibers
  • Spinning equipment
  • Weaving equipment
  • Textile finishing equipment
  • Dyeing equipment, heat printing machines, dyes and chemicals
  • Knitting equipment
  • Equipment for garment manufacturers
  • Cutting equipment
  • Steam setting equipment, equipment for laundries and dry cleaning
  • Non-woven materials manufacturing equipment
  • Felting equipment
  • Equipment for fur and leather production
  • Equipment for garment accessories and haberdashery production
  • Packaging and marking equipment

This year Inlegmash welcomes 110 companies from 17 countries: Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, India, Iran, Italy, Japan, the Republic of Korea, the Netherlands, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, and the UK.

The total exhibition space amounts to 3,000 sq m.
Among exhibitors there are Velles (Russia), Rolltex (Russia), Shveymash (Russia), and Nдhmaschinenfabrik Emil Stutznacker (Germany).
The show’s newcomers are Automatex (Canada), E.N.Tech (former O.R.V., Italy), Masias Maquinaria (Spain), Megadyne (Italy), Nomaco (Germany), Savio Macchine (Italy), Terico Golzar (Iran), Texpac (India), Vektor (Russia), and Textor (Russia).
Inlegmash regular exhibitors are leading manufacturers of textile equipment, such as August Herzog, Autefa, Bianco, Dilo, Ferrostaal, Picanol, Ratera, Reggiani, Rieter, Textima, Thies, Trьtzschler, Uster, Vuts, etc.
The Russian Textile Week features a lot of conferences, round tables, seminars and plenary meetings devoted to the most pressing issues of the Russian textile industry.
One of the most interesting events of the Inlegmash program is the Round Table on the Current Research, Equipment and Technology of the World’s Leading and Russian Manufacturers for Textile Industry: From Theoretical Developments to Implementation, organized by the Souzlegprom Russian Union of Entrepreneurs of Textile and Light Industry.

The key event of the Week is the 3rd International Textile Industry Forum “Legpromforum 2016”: Textile Industry in the Current Economic Conditions, organized by Souzlegprom and Expocentre ZAO.

Date and venue: 24 February 2016, Moscow, Blue Hall of Pavilion No.2, Expocentre Fairgrounds

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