At Texprocess in Frankfurt, international manufacturers of technologies, accessories and services for garment manufacture and textile processing meet with processors of textile materials from all over the world.
At a glance
Texprocess 2017 figures
At Texprocess 2017, 13,718 visitors from 109 countries came to find out about the new developments in the processing of textile and flexible materials offered by 312 exhibitors from 35 countries.
- Facts and figures at a glance (PDF, 152 KB)
At Texprocess, trade visitors will experience the latest machines, plants, processes and services for the processing of clothing and textiles. The range of offers covers all process steps.
Exhibitors in the 'CAD/CAM, product development' product group will be presenting their innovations, including contributions to 2D / 3D design, creation of patterns and grading. You will also be able to see in action new software and technologies for CAD/CAM, body scanning, virtual prototyping and industrial-scale made-to-measure manufacture.
How do we best design working environments for people? Which time-monitoring systems are best? What are modern delivery, positioning and magazining systems capable of? Learn more about the 'Preparation stages and organisation of production' at Texprocess.
Be it for very short runs or industrial mass production – with equipment like laser technology, specific quantities of textiles can be cut out with millimetre precision to suit the customer's requirements and be reproduced as often as desired. The 'CMT (Cutting, Making, Trimming)' section showcases equipment, machinery and processes for cutting out, separating, straightening, die-cutting, inserting and pre-assembly.
Among the 'Fusing, setting and manufacturing preparation' products, exhibitors will be showcasing new products for inserts, shaped inserts and fusing machinery, as well as apparatus and equipment for labelling, stapling and marking.
The product group for 'Textile machinery' includes balers, shrinking and testing equipment and appropriate accessories. In addition, this area also includes machines for attaching fringes, machines for cutting and pinking samples, for manufacturing decoration and general passementerie, including braiding and edging and for the manufacture of lace edging.
Finishing processes such as pre-shrinking, bleaching, laser treatment, dyeing and printing are important elements in the production process. 'Textile finishing' products include, amongst others, new procedures, equipment and technologies for printing, lining, gluing, lacquering, laminating, stamping, and perforating.
Whether it is flat-knitting, circular knitting, special stitch formation or linking machines that you are looking for, you will find, here, all the modern technologies, together with the necessary accessories for knitting machines.
Constantly new technologies ensure rapid and precise processing, including, for example, special-effect yarns and twines. As far as embroidery technology is concerned, the suppliers' focus is on flawless accuracy of the finished pattern and even fabric feed. Under the heading of 'Embroidery technology' at Texprocess you will find both single head and multi head embroidery machines and automated systems, as well as tensioning accessories and reversing units.
Increase the efficiency of your processing line: with innovations and modifications to manufacturing technology, you will shorten processing times and save energy. Machines for attaching buttons, rivets, hooks and eyes are all on show at Texprocess, together with sewing machines and sewing equipment, automatic upholstery machines and bartackers, welding presses, tensioning tables and specialised upholstery / covering machines.
Stitching, joining and fastening materials, technical accessories for garment, house and home textiles
Find out about the latest yarns and twines for yourself, together with the extensive range of technical accessories that go with them. This product group includes, moreover, highly-developed fastening and zip-fastening systems, buttons, eyelets, hooks, inserts, precision needles and adhesives specially designed for apparel textiles, as well as furnishing and home textiles.
Come and see what is now available in the way of ironing equipment. As well as presenting machines, equipment and accessories for ironing and steam pressing, the 'Product processing and finishing' section also includes, amongst other things, downdraft tables, form presses, moulding machines and pleating machines. Discover, too, new machines and equipment for dry-cleaning, washing and drying.
Protection of the environment is always an important theme in the textile and apparel industries. The product group devoted to 'Energy, air-conditioning, disposal and recycling' showcases equipment for exhaust air extraction, steam production and vacuum units and presents new recycling processes.
Be it chemical and physical testing technologies or modern organisation procedures: ensuring that quality standards are met through certification and product checks is becoming increasingly important for the industry.
The right sort of storage and material flow systems are crucial for optimum internal material flow. Find out how you can improve your production processes at Texprocess.
Which suppliers can help to reduce storage costs, increase turnaround speed and maximise transparency? Only at Texprocess will you find machines for folding, placing, binding and labelling goods, as well as new despatch and distribution systems.
More and more companies in the textile and apparel industries are optimising their production cycles, thanks to Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and Supply Chain Management (SCM). Texprocess is the major trade fair for these and other IT technologies. Improve your e-commerce procedures, your warehouse administration, data collection and merchandise management with innovative production, planning and control systems. The IT providers will help you to plan optimum collections and product ranges and thus increase your sales and turnover.
Services, consultancy, training' is a product group that includes professional associations, examination authorities, management consultants and certificating agencies. Come and discover the many and varied opportunities for advanced training and further professional development for your colleagues and staff.
This is where the publishers of current trade journals and of literature on all topics relevant to the textile and apparel industries will be presenting themselves and their publications.
Institutes, universities, colleges and specialist schools are intensively involved in research into new ways of processing textiles and flexible materials and are training your future colleagues. You can find out about whole new opportunities for cooperation at the Texprocess Campus.
Finishing companies will present their technical skills and knowledge, together with their production capacities. Moreover, you will also get information about the supply situation in individual countries. Trade visitors will be able to find out from the individual exhibitors on the spot, about the situation of the local apparel industry, customs regulations, infrastructure and other framework conditions relating to sourcing opportunities.
The Texprocess exhibitors` advisory board comprises renowned international experts.
Director Advanced Creations
Apparel Pattern & Digital Creation
Head of Global Marketing
Amann & Söhne GmbH & Co.KG
Product Manager IPM
Marketing Manager/Environment officer
Brother Internationale Industriemaschinen GmbH
Düsseldorfer Str. 7-9
46446 Emmerich am Rhein
Dürkopp Adler AG
Potsdamer Straße 190
Expert Systemtechnik GmbH
Broenninghauser Str. 35 E
FERD. SCHMETZ GmbH
GermanFashion Modeverband Deutschland e.V.
An Lyskirchen 14
Sales and Marketing Manager Industry
Abteilungsleiter Technology & Service Center
Hugo Boss AG
Dr. Andreas Seidl
Human Solutions GmbH
JUKI Central Europe Sp. z o.o.
ul. Poleczki 21
Head of Technical Development & Production
Marc Cain GmbH
Tajima Industries Ltd
19-22 Shirakabe 3 chome
Nagoya 461-0011 / Japan
The European Apparel and Textile Organisation - EURATEX
24, rue Montoyer; Bte. 10
Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Hartmut Rödel
Professor für Konfektionstechnik
TU Dresden, Fakultät Maschinenwesen,
Institut für Textilmaschinen und textile Hochleistungswerkstofftechnik (ITM)
Hohe Str. 6
Fachverband Textile Care, Fabric and Leather Technologies
Denninger Straße 84
Geschäftsführer der VEIT-Gruppe
Vetron Typical Europe GmbH
Univ.-Prof. Prof. h.c. (MGU) Dr.-Ing. Dipl.-Wirt.-Ing. Thomas Gries
Institut für Textiltechnik (ITA) der RWTH Aachen University
Weinstetter Str. 1