Texprocess 2011 is the new international trade fair for processing textile and flexible materials, which will make its debut from May 24-27, 2011, at Frankfurt am Main convention centre. This top event for the garment-manufacturing and textile-processing industry will make its debut parallel to Techtextil, the International Trade Fair for Technical Textiles and Nonwovens. Texprocess will be held every two years, and would be attracting leading manufacturers from around the world who would be showcasing their latest machines, plant, processing, IT systems and services for making up textiles and other flexible materials. Texprocess 2011 will be making its debut on the basis of an innovative concept – it is the new, international forum for innovations in the sector. The premier business destination in Germany, Frankfurt, which is officially called Frankfurt am Main, can be reached from any part of the world easily. The city is a financial powerhouse in Europe, second only to London, and is a major entry point for the European Union, with the Frankfurt Am-Main airport handling numerous international airlines operating daily, non-stop flights to major cities across the world. Visitors from world over planning to attend the event can look forward to book their air tickets for business class to Frankfurt and travel in comfort on the leading German carrier Lufthansa. The airlines offer a comprehensive global route network linking Frankfurt with important cities around the world. As the Official Airline to this event, Lufthansa is offering special flight deals and discount airline tickets for international participants.
There are several reasons why you should attend Texprocess 2011. When you reach Frankfurt to attend the event, you’ll find the whole attractive range of products covering the entire value chain at Texprocess. The event will provide you a platform at which potential customers from the garment industry can discover new production facilities. Above all, the Txprocess 2011 will offer you a forum for future-oriented subjects, such as sustainability, traceability, environmental protection, automation and supply-chain management. If you are a trade visitor from the US and want to attend the expo, then you have the option to travel by business class flights to Frankfurt and avoid stressful journey as the flight is long haul. There are many airlines offering convenient, non-stop flights from the US to Frankfurt, such as Delta Air Lines, Continental Airlines, United Airlines, American Airlines and US Airways. These airlines are available from hubs in major US cities, including New York, Washington, Chicago, Atlanta, Los Angles, San Francisco, and others. Undoubtedly, the Texprocess 2011 will prove itself to be a unique platform for bringing together the international suppliers of machines, accessories and services for textile processing with the processers of textile materials from all over the world.