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Reshaping The Textile Recycling Industry with Advanced Technologies

Textile and its production are huge contributors to environmental waste, which is why there is an urgent need to transform the textile industry into a sustainable and circular value manufacturing chain. This growing need created exciting opportunities for the textile recycling sector.

The Asia Pacific, and the Middle East and Africa markets are expected to grow to US$3.1 billion and US$608.7 million respectively by 2027 (Business Market Insights).

Reshaping the Industry with Sustainable Business Opportunities

Industry growth is being propelled by cutting-edge technologies, including the adoption of recycled and advanced fibre recycling technologies. Technology providers are also collaborating with each other and with industry partners to create innovative products or to offer complementary solutions.

Exhibit at ITMA ASIA + CITME, Singapore 2025 to meet quality buyers, find new business partners and collaborate with exhibitors for cross-promotion of technologies!

Reshaping The Textile Recycling Industry with Advanced Technologies

A Proven Business Platform to Propel Regional Growth

A dedicated showcase of technologies and solutions for the entire textile and garment making value chain, ITMA ASIA + CITME, Singapore 2025 is the platform to showcase your technologies to a growing market.

With the growing need for sustainable waste management, textile manufacturers are sourcing quality recycling solutions to address impending legislation on textile collection and eco-friendly designs. ITMA ASIA + CITME 2025 will be an excellent regional platform for us to showcase our latest automated sorting machines.”

Mr Dieter Wittouck, CEO, Valvan nv

This expansion of the exhibition from Shanghai to Singapore recognises the growing needs of the Asian textile industry, especially India. The industry today is looking for technologies to meet its need for optimising production, minimising supply chain risks, better control of quality and finishes, and enhancing sustainability in all aspects of production.”

Ms Chandrima Chatterjee, Secretary General, Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI)

 

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