Technical textiles and nonwovens as well as the processing of textile and flexible materials will finally meet again at Techtextil and Texprocess.
More than 1,000 registered international exhibitors will present a wide range of new developments in all product and application areas.
After a three year break, exhibitors and visitors are looking forward to personal interaction.
The new international start-up area, the Denim Future Factory, the Walk-in Forums and Innovation Awards with a focus on sustainability are some of the latest addition to the exhibition.
Discussions and lectures on highly topical issues, innovative textile novelties and sustainable approaches are the focus of the leading international trade fairs.
Top international decision-makers can expect a global and attractive product range at Techtextil and Texprocess from more than 1,000 registered exhibitors from 45 countries.
Latest machinery, equipment, processes and services for processing apparel and textiles from various product groups such as CAD/CAM, cutting, textile finishing, sewing and embroidery technology or product preparation and finishing will be on display.
Important aspects include digitalization and efficiency improvements.
“Since the last edition of Techtextil and Texprocess in 2019, many exhibitors have invested intensively in the research and development of their products. They can now finally present their new products and innovations to customers, decision-makers and the public,” explains Michael Jänecke, Director Brand Management Technical Textiles & Textile Processing.
With Sustainability@Techtextil and Sustainability@Texprocess, the theme of sustainability runs through all areas of Techtextil and Texprocess.
For the first time, exhibitors can submit both sustainable products that have already been certified and those that have not yet been certified for examination by an independent international jury.
Following successful analysis, exhibitors with sustainable offerings will be identified at the trade fairs.
A special highlight of Texprocess this year is the Denim Future Factory.
The denim industry is the fastest-growing market in the textile and fashion industry and has developed significantly in recent times.
The special show in hall 8.0 picks up on these developments and showcases innovations in manufacturing and processing along the entire textile process chain and focuses on sustainable approaches in denim production.
Visitors will be able to experience new processes in every step of production – from design, cutting, sewing, knitting and embroidery to finishing, IT and logistics.
For the first time, Techtextil and Texprocess 2022 will offer a Digital Extension: exhibitors and visitors will be able to meet both on-site in Frankfurt and virtually, and will be able to exchange ideas in complementary formats.
In parallel, Messe Frankfurt will host the Heimtextil Summer Special, the leading international trade fair for home and contract textiles, as well as the D2C Neonyt Lab (24.6-26.6.2022), which is a progressive trend platform that brings fashion, sustainability and innovation to life.
At the same time (20.6.-26.6.2022) the Frankfurt Fashion Week will take place. Exhibitors and visitors will thus benefit from a representation of the entire textile value chain on the fairground and in the city of Frankfurt am Main.
From innovative textiles and their production, through processing, to the end product as a home textile or fashion product and its recycling. With the purchase of one ticket, Techtextil, Texprocess and Heimtextil can be visited at the same time.