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VISITOR BROCHURE
International Trade Fair for
Technical Textiles and Nonwovens
Your Center of Innovation
May 3 – 5, 2016
techtextilNA.com
Incorporated with:
Co-located with:
Techtextil North America 2016
VISITOR BROCHURE
Greetings from Techtextil North America!
Welcome to Atlanta and the thirteenth edition of North America’s largest dedicated show for technical textiles
and nonwovens. Techtextil North America will be held May 3–5, 2016, at the Georgia World Congress Center and
co-located with Texprocess Americas and JEC Americas, making this trifecta the must-see show in 2016! We look
forward to seeing you.
3 SHOWS
+ 1 FLOOR
= 800+
EXHIBITORS
– Mary Lynn Landgraf, OTEXA,
U.S. Department of Commerce
CREATE
LASTING Technical Textiles and Nonwovens
PARTNERSHIPS Global Platforms
Groundbreaking
Technologies
Top Institutions
AUXETIC AND
PROTECTIVE TEXTILES
GEOSYNTHETIC TEXTILES
Advancements
“It is amazing
how much you can
learn at one venue
in such a condensed
timeframe.”
UNIVERSITY
RESEARCH
advancements
in nonwovens
WELDING
fibers & yarns
New Business Opportunities
Why do YOU NEED to
be in ATLANTA in May?!
COMPOSITE
TEXTILES
Sustainability
11 Symposium
Sessions
40+ Speakers
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Show Information
Show Hours
Tuesday, May 3
Wednesday, May 4
Thursday, May 5
Symposium Hours
10:00am – 5:00pm
10:00am – 5:00pm
10:00am – 3:00pm
Tuesday, May 3
8:30am –11:00am
11:30am – 1:00pm
1:30pm – 4:00pm
Wednesday, May 4
8:30am –11:00am
11:30am – 1:00pm
1:30pm – 4:00pm
Thursday, May 5
8:30am –11:00am
Location
Georgia World Congress Center, Level 1, Hall B
Atlanta, Georgia USA
Horas de Feria
Martes 3 de Mayo
Miercoles 4 de Mayo
Jueves 5 de Mayo
Horas del Simposio
Registration Information
To register for Techtextil North America, please visit
www.techtextilNA.com or call:
U.S. and Canada
International
+1 800 661 5319
+1 905 405 8415
Admission Costs
Exhibition Only
3-Day Symposium*
1-Day Symposium*
Pre-registration
$25
$595
$199
On-site
$50
$700
$250
Información de Registro
Para registrase para Techtextil North America,
por favor visite a www.techtextilNA.com o llame a:
EE.UU. and Canadá
Internacional
+1 800 661 5319
+1 905 405 8415
Costo de Admisión
Exhibición Solamente
Simposio de 3 días*
Simposio de 1 día*
Pre-registro
$25
$595
$199
En-sitio
$50
$700
$250
*Complementary Expo Hall Pass included
*Se incluye un pase gratis al salón de la exposición
con la entrada al simposio
Special rates are available for Academia, Students,
Nonprofit and Government agencies. Please contact
us at +1 770 984 8016 x2418 for full details.
Se ofrecen precios especiales para los miembros de
Instituciones Académicas, Estudiantes, Agencias del
Gobierno o Instituciones sin Animo de Lucro. Por favor
contáctenos llamando al teléfono +1 770 984-8016
extensión 2418 para más detalles.
Techtextil North America presents the opportunity to expand your business
by meeting with decision makers directly involved with technical textiles,
nonwovens and geosynthetics:
Techtextil North America presenta la oportunidad de expandir su negocio
mediante el acceso a los encargados de tomar decisiones involucrados
directamente con los textiles técnicos, materiales no tejidos y geosintéticos.
• Academia
• Civil Engineers
• Consultants
• Corporate Executives
• Government Executives
• Manufacturing Directors
• Military
• Instituciones Académicas
• Ingenieros Civiles
• Consultores
• Ejecutivos
• Funcionarios
• Directores de Producción
• Personal militar
EXHIBITOR BREAKDOWN
8:30am –11:00am
11:30am – 1:00pm
1:30pm – 4:00pm
Miercoles 4 de Mayo
8:30am –11:00am
11:30am – 1:00pm
1:30pm – 4:00pm
Jueves 5 de Mayo
8:30am –11:00am
• Directores de Desarrollo Comercial
• Administradores de Plantas
• Gerentes de Desarrollo de Productos
• Ejecutivos de Compra
• Ingenieros de Investigación & Desarrollo
• Científicos de Investigación & Desarrollo
• Directores Técnicos
KEY OBJECTIVES FOR PARTICIPATION
Europe
49%
62%
55%
Other
10:00am – 5:00pm
10:00am – 5:00pm
10:00am – 3:00pm
Martes 3 de Mayo
• New Business Development Directors
• Plant Management
• Product Development Managers
• Purchasing Executives
• R&D Engineers
• R&D Scientists
• Technical Directors
51%
20%
USA
31%
Cultivating
Existing
Business
Relations
Initiating
New Business
Relationships
Viewing
Innovations
and New
Developments
41%
Expanding
Specialist
Knowledge
34%
Preparing
and
Completing
Sales Deals
Source: 2014 Techtextil North America Exhibitor Survey
Ubicación
Georgia World Congress Center, Nivel 1 Sala B
Atlanta, Georgia EE.UU.
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Al asistir al simposio de prestigio mundial, encontrará temas que abarcan de
nuevas fibras al campo aero-espacial, tejidos de protección, temas médicos y más.
Tuesday, May 3
Martes 3 de Mayo
Wednesday, May 4
Miercoles 4 de Mayo
8:30am –11:00am
Tension Structures
Estructuras Tensadas
8:30am–11:00am
Advancements and Future Uses in Smart Textiles
Avances y Futuros Usos de los Textiles Inteligentes
Textile Testing and How It Affects the Industry
Pruebas Textiles y Cómo estas Afectan la Industria
New Fiber Technologies (Advanced)
Tecnologías de Fibra Nueva (Avanzado)
11:30am– 1:00pm
BONUS SESSION: How Technology Is Implemented Across
the Globe to Increase Productivity in the Apparel Industry,
developed by IAF
SESION EXTRA: Como la Tecnología es Implementada a través
del Mundo para Incrementar la Productividad en la Industria
de Prendas, dessarrollada por IAF
11:30am– 1:00pm
BONUS SESSION: Connecting Technical Textiles and
Composites, developed by Techtextil North America,
Texprocess Americas and JEC Americas
SESION EXTRA: Conectando los Textiles Técnicos y los
Compuestos, dessarrollada por Techtextil North America,
Texprocess Americas and JEC Americas
1:30pm– 4:00pm
Advancements in Nonwovens
Avances en los No-Tejidos
New Fiber Technologies (Basic)
Nuevas Tecnologías de Fibras (Básico)
1:30pm– 4:00pm
Auxetic and Protective Textiles
Textiles Auxiliares y de Protección
Innovations in Geosynthetic Textiles
Innovaciones en Textiles Geo-sintéticos
SESSIONS
By attending the premier symposium, you will find topics ranging from
New Fibers to Nonwoven Advancements, Protective Fabrics, Smart Textiles,
Sustainability and more. Grab a seat today!
Symposium
Techtextil North America 2016
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Thursday, May 5
Jueves 5 de Mayo
Connecting Technical
Textiles and Composites
Testing
APPAREL INDUSTRY
8:30am –11:00am
Welding
Soldadura
Sustainability: How Does Sustainability Aid the Textile Industry?
Sostenibilidad /Cómo la Sostenibilidad Auxilia la Industria Textil?
Tension Structures
Smart Textiles
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new fiber technology
Tuesday, May 3, 2016
Martes 3 de Mayo, 2016
Tension Structures
Learn more about the architectural perspective of a tension
structure and what to know about tension structures from
an architectural point-of-view. The session will then turn
to an engineering perspective and what to expect from a
tension structure in relationship to engineering loads and
what it takes to erect a tension structure and have it be safe
and last based on the lifetime of the fabric selected. The
session will then add a fabrication perspective and what
is involved with the fabrication of a tension structure from
a fabricator’s perspective and what it takes to work with a
client within all of these different aspects.
Moderator: Marc Shellshear, Gale Pacific, Inc.
Estructuras Tensadas
Conozca más sobre la perspectiva arquitectónica de una
estructura tensada y qué saber de ellas desde otro punto de
vista arquitectónico. Luego la sesión se convertirá hacia una
perspectiva de ingeniería y de lo que se puede esperar de una
estructura tensada en relación con las cargas de ingeniería y lo
que lleva a enderezarlas y hacer que sean seguras, además de
calcular el tiempo de vida según la tela escogida. Seguidamente,
la sesión agregará una perspectiva de fabricación y lo que
involucra la fabricación de una estructura tensada desde el
punto de vista del fabricante y, lo que conlleva trabajar con
un cliente dentro de todos estos diferentes aspectos.
Moderador: Marc Shellshear, Gale Pacific, Inc.
Featuring:
• Wayne Rendely, Wayne Rendely PE
Topic: Fabric Canopy 30’ x 30’ – Numerous Possibilities
•Tim Koehler, Lawrence Fabric & Metal Structures, Inc.
Topic: Your Imagination Is Our Vision
• Nic Goldsmith, FTL
Topic: Innovations and Ideas in Tension Structure
• Q&A Session
Presentadores:
• Wayne Rendely, Wayne Rendely PE
Tema: Fabric Canopy 30’ x 30’ – Numerosas Posibilidades
•Tim Koehler, Lawrence Fabric & Metal Structures, Inc.
Topic: Your Imagination Is Our Vision
• Nic Goldsmith, FTL
Tema: Innovaciones e Ideas en Estructuras Tensionadas
• Q&A Sesión
Textile Testing and How It Affects the Industry
Textile Testing plays a major role in the development of
new products, as well as maintaining quality standards
of existing products. This session focuses on how testing
affects the textile industry.
Moderator: Sam Buff, Textile Technology Center –
Gaston College
Pruebas Textiles y Cómo estas Afectan la Industria
Las Pruebas Textiles juegan un papel mayor en el desarrollo
de nuevos productos, así como el hecho de mantener los
estándares de calidad de los productos existentes. Esta sesión
se enfoca en cómo las pruebas afectan la industria textil.
Moderador: Sam Buff, Textile Technology Center –
Gaston College
Featuring:
• Dan St. Louis, The Manufacturing Solutions Center at CVCC
Topic: TBD
• Diana Wyman, AATCC
Topic: How Textile Testing Affects the Industry
• Fred Humiston, Sigma Technologies International
Topic: Testing of Low Emissivity, Heat Reflective Textiles
for Improved Thermal Performance
• Dr. DenHartog, North Carolina State University
Topic: Advanced Evaluations of Fabrics to Quantify Effects
on Human Comfort
• Q&A Session
Presentadores:
• Dan St. Louis, The Manufacturing Solutions Center at CVCC
Topic: Horario a determinar
• Diana Wyman, AATCC
Tema: Cómo las Pruebas Textiles Afectan la Industria
• Fred Humiston, Sigma Technologies International
Tema: Horario a determinar
• Dr. DenHartog, North Carolina State University
Tema: Horario a determinar
• Q&A Sesión
8:30 am – 11:00 am
8:30 am – 11:00 am
For the most up-to-date Symposium Sessions information, visit www.techtextilna.com.
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1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Advancements in Nonwovens
The nonwovens session will focus on the latest machinery
developments and all segments of the industry from
web formation to bonding including needle punching,
spunbonding and melt blowing to hydroentangling, and
thermal bonding. New and emerging product lines will also
be a focus.
Moderator: Behnam Pourdeyhimi, The Nonwoven’s Institute
Featuring:
• Eunkyoung Shim, North Carolina State University
Topic: Nonwovens and Fibers Filled with Calcium Carbonate
• Xiangwu Zhang, Ph.D., North Carolina State University
Topic: Centrifugally Spun Nanofibers for Advanced
Energy Storage
• Andy Griffin, Georgia Institute of Technology
Topic: Auxetic Phenomena in Nonwoven Fabrics
• Q&A Session
1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
New Fiber Technologies (Basic)
(Two Part Session) Part One is intended for those new
to the synthetic fiber industry, those needing a good
understanding of fiber fundamentals, and those interested
in learning about the latest commercially significant fiber
processes. This session will take you through the basic fiber
technologies and respective markets currently using these
respective fibers and what new horizons are being explored
within each of these areas. If you are looking for a refresher
course outside of your area of expertise or new to the
business as discussed, this course is for you.
Moderator: Marc Shellshear, Gale Pacific, Inc.
Featuring:
• Kishor Gupta, Georgia Institute of Technology
Topic: Recent Developments in Polymer Nano Composite Fibers
• Jeffrey S. Dugan, Fiber Innovation Technology, Inc.
Topic: Are Two Better Than One? Bicomponent Fibers
and What They Can Offer
• Bill Stuckey, Coats
Topic: Using “Old” to Make “New”: Engineering for the
21st Century with 20th Century Fibers
• Andreas Gehr, Synthomer, LLC
Topic: Functional Polymers for Textiles and Nonwovens
• Q&A Session
Miercoles 4 de Mayo, 2016
Advancements and Future Uses in Smart Textiles
Discover advancements and future expectations in smart,
functional and innovative textiles. An introduction to
new functions and unique structures of textiles suitable
for many challenging applications related to engineering
and medical applications.
Moderator: Bipin Kumar, UC Davis
Avances y Futuros Usos de los Textiles Inteligentes
Descubra los avances y futuras expectativas en los textiles
inteligentes, funcionales e innovadores. Una introducción
hacia nuevas funciones y estructuras únicas de textiles
perfectos para muchas aplicaciones retadoras relacionadas
con la ingeniería y aplicaciones médicas.
Moderador: Bipin Kumar, UC Davis
Featuring:
• Maurizio Macagno, Sensoria
Topic: The Garment Is the Computer
• Michael Gibson, Herzog Maschinenfabrik GmbH & Co. KG
Topic: New Developments for Braiding for Technical and
Medical Textiles, as well as Composites
• Jan Beringer, Hohenstein Institute
Topic: Innovative and Highly Functional Fabrics for Humans
in Space and on Earth
• Dr. Jin Di, InCube Labs
Topic: Wearable Flexible Film Containing Therapeutic
Depots for Drug Delivery
• Bipin Kumar, UC Davis
Topic: Stress Control in Textiles and Its Smart Functions
• Q&A Session
Presentadores:
• Maurizio Macagno, Sensoria
Tema: La Prenda es la Computadora
• Michael Gibson, Herzog Maschinenfabrik GmbH & Co. KG
Tema: Nuevos Desarrollos para el Trenzado de Textiles
Técnicos y Médicos así como de Compuestos
• Jan Beringer, Hohenstein Institute
Tema: Telas Innovadoras y Altamente Funcionales para los
Humanos en el Espacio y en la Tierra
• Dr. Jin Di, InCube Labs
Tema: Capas Usables – Flexibles que Contienen Depósitos
Terapéuticos para la Transmisión de Drogas
• Bipin Kumar, UC Davis
Tema: Control de Estrés en los Textiles y sus
Funciones Inteligentes
• Q&A Sesión
8:30 am – 11:00 am
Presentadores:
• Eunkyoung Shim, NCSU
Tema: Los no-tejidos y Fibras rellenas de Carbono Cálcico
• Xiangwu Zhang, Ph.D., NCSU
Tema: Nano-Fibras Tejidas Centrífugamente para el
Almacenado de Energía de Avanzada
• Andy Griffin, Georgia Institute of Technology
Tema: Fenómeno Auxético en Telas No-Tejidas
• Q&A Sesión
Nuevas Tecnologías de Fibras (Básico)
(Sesión de 2 Partes) Parte Uno tiene la intención de informar
a los nuevos en el mundo de la industria de fibras sintéticas,
lo que necesitan sobre un buen entendimiento de los
fundamentos de la fibra y, para aquellos que desean aprender
sobre lo ultimo comercialmente hablando, que tiene que
ver con los procesos de las fibras. Esta sesión le llevará a
través de las tecnologías básicas de la fibra y los mercados
correspondientes que actualmente están utilizando estas
fibras y, lo que los nuevos horizontes están explorando en
cada una de estas áreas. Si está buscando un curso que le
refresque el tema fuera de su área de experiencia o es nuevo
hacia este negocio, este curso es para usted.
Moderador: Marc Shellshear, Gale Pacific, Inc.
New Fiber Technologies (Advanced)
(Two Part Session) In Part 2 of this session learn from
experts about the most recent synthetic fiber developments
expected to have technical and commercial significance in
the field of synthetic fibers. Advanced products from micro,
nanofibers to carbon fibers will be discussed.
Moderator: Behnam Pourdeyhimi, The Nonwoven’s Institute
Featuring:
• Po-Hsiang Wang, Georgia Institute of Technology
Topic: Nanotechnology in Technical Textiles
• Dr. Juan P. Hinestroza, Cornell University
Topic: New Metrology Tools to Understand Nanoscale
Phenomena on Fibers
• Ashley Morris, University of Kentucky
Topic: Understanding the Development of Solution Spun
Polymer Fibers to Control Final Properties: Solid and
Hollow Fibers
• Q&A Session
Presentadores:
• Kishor Gupta, Georgia Institute of Technology
Tema: Desarrollos Recientes en fibras compuestas
de nano-polymer
• Jeffrey S. Dugan, Fiber Innovation Technology, Inc.
Tema: Es Dos Mejor que Uno? Fibras Bicompuestas
y lo que Pueden Ofrecer
• Bill Stuckey, Coats
Tema: Horario a determinar
• Andreas Gehr, Synthomer, LLC
Tema: Horario a determinar
• Q&A Sesión
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Wednesday, May 4, 2016
Avances en los No-Tejidos
La sesión de los no-tejidos se enfocara en lo más nuevo del
desarrollo de maquinaria y en todos los segmentos de la industria,
desde la formación de la red hasta la unión, incluyendo
puntos a base de agujas, uniones tejidas y derretidos a base
de soplo, hasta hidro-enredados y uniones térmicas. Nuevas y
emergentes líneas de productos serán también un enfoque.
Moderador: Behnam Pourdeyhimi, The Nonwoven’s Institute
8:30 am – 11:00 am
Tecnologías de Fibra Nueva (Avanzado)
(Sesión de2 Partes) En la Parte 2 de esta sesión, aprenda de parte
de los expertos sobre los desarrollos más recientes de fibras
sintéticas, las cuales se espera que tengan significado técnico y
comercial en la rama de fibras sintéticas. Se discutirán también
productos de avanzada como fibras micro, nano y de carbono.
Moderador: Behnam Pourdeyhimi, The Nonwoven’s Institute
Presentadores:
• Po-Hsiang Wang, Georgia Institute of Technology
Tema: Nano-tecnología en textiles técnicos
• Dr. Juan P. Hinestroza, Cornell University
Tema: Nuevas herramientas de metrología para entender
el fenómeno de las nano-escalas en las fibras
• Ashley Morris, University of Kentucky
Tema: Entendiendo el Desarrollo de la Solución de Fibras
Tejidas de Polymer para Controlar las Propiedades Finales:
Fibras Solidas y Huecas
• Q&A Sesión
For the most up-to-date Symposium Sessions information, visit www.techtextilna.com.
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1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Auxetic and Protective Textiles
Auxetic structures and materials are those that get fatter on
stretching rather than becoming thinner, as is the ordinary
case. This counterintuitive behavior opens exciting vistas for
design and creation of new textile materials and structures
for applications that would benefit from auxetic response to
tension or compression. This session will highlight advances
in such auxetic textile materials and structures. Some of the
presentations will couple auxetic behavior with protective
functions for personnel exposed to a dangerous environment
or situation. Included in this session will also be presentations
on non-auxetic protective textiles.
Moderator: Andy Griffin, Georgia Institute of Technology
Textiles Auxiliares y de Protección
Estructuras y materiales auxéticos son aquellos que
se vuelven gordos al estirarse en lugar de volverse
más delgados, como sucede en el caso normal. Este
comportamiento contra-intuitivo abre pensamientos
excitantes para el diseño y creación de nuevos materiales
textiles y estructuras para aplicaciones que se beneficiarían
de una respuesta auxética hacia la tensión o compresión.
Esta sesión resaltara los avances en tales materiales textiles
auxéticos y estructuras. Algunas de las presentaciones unirán
el comportamiento auxético con funciones de protección para
personas expuestas a situaciones o ambientes peligrosos.
Incluidas en esta sesión estarán también presentaciones
de textiles no-auxéticos de protección.
Moderador: Andy Griffin, Georgia Institute of Technology
Featuring:
• Andrew Alderson, Sheffield Hallam University
Topic: Straining to Make an Impact (Protector): An
Overview of Auxetic Textiles and Their Impact Response
• Hong Hu, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Topic: Auxetic 3-D Textiles and Composites
• Meisha Shofner Georgia Institute of Technology
Topic: Auxetic Behavior in Needle-punched Nonwoven Fabrics
• David O’Keefe, Advanced Fabric Technology
Topic: Design Methodologies Using Auxetic Fabrics
for Blast and Ballistic Applications
• Mary-Lynn Landgraf, U.S. Department of Commerce
Topic: Factors Driving the Evolutionary Protective
Clothing Market
• Q&A Session
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Presentadores:
• Andrew Alderson, Sheffield Hallam University
Tema: “Luchando por Lograr un Impacto (Protector)”: Un
Vistazo a los Textiles Auxéticos y Su Impacto en las Respuestas
• Hong Hu, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Tema: Textiles y Compuestos Auxéticos-3D
• Meisha Shofner Georgia Institute of Technology
Tema: Comportamiento Auxético en Telas No-Tejidas
a base de Puntos de Aguja
• David O’Keefe, Advanced Fabric Technology
Tema: Diseños Metodológicos utilizando las Telas
Auxeticas para Aplicaciones de Balística y Explosión
• Mary-Lynn Landgraf, U.S. Department of Commerce
Topic: Horario a determinar
• Q&A Sesión
Thursday, May 5, 2016
Jueves 5 de Mayo, 2016
Welding
Stitch-free seam technology—welded or bonded—are
two different concepts. Welding is the process of joining
pieces of synthetic fabrics with various methods: hot air,
hot wedge, RF, ultra-sonic, plunge, laser, and impact.
Bonding, on the other hand, can be performed on two
pieces of fabric by placing a heat activated material
(adhesive) between them. Stitch-free seaming technologies
are extensively used in performance apparel, sportswear,
and fitted active wear. Technical outerwear is becoming
less bulky and more form-fitting while retaining the latest
advances in waterproof and breathable capability.
Moderator: Traci Evling, JTE Machine
Soldadura
La tecnología libre de costuras—soldadas o pegadas—son dos
diferentes conceptos. Soldadura es el proceso de unir piezas de telas
sintéticas a base de varios métodos: aire caliente, soldadura caliente,
RF, ultra-sónico, planchado, laser e impacto. Pegado, por otro lado,
puede ser hecho en dos piezas de tela al colocar un material que se
activa con el calor (adhesivo), entre ellas. Las tecnologías libre de
costura son utilizadas ampliamente en ropa de desempeño,
deportivas y prendas activas a la medida. Las prendas técnicas de uso
al aire libre se están volviendo menos voluminosas y con más cuerpo
de entalle, mientras mantienen lo más avanzado de la tecnología en
métodos a prueba de agua y capacidades de respiración.
Moderador: Horario a determinar
Featuring:
• Traci Evling, JTE Machine
Topic: “Raising the Bar” with Welding Technologies
• Truy Pham, Miller Weldmaster
Topic: Welding Inflatable and 3-Dimensional Products
• Karl-Heinz Herzer, DAP America
Topic: Textile Welding at a Glance
• Q&A Session
Presentadores:
• Traci Evling, JTE Machine
Tema: Horario a determinar
• Truy Pham, Miller Weldmaster
Tema: Horario a determinar
• Karl-Heinz Herzer, DAP America
Tema: Horario a determinar
• Q&A Sesión
Sustainability: How Does Sustainability Aid the
Textile Industry?
Many companies in the textile industry have embarked
on a path toward sustainability. This session focuses
on sustainability champions sharing their thoughts on
emerging technologies, latest trends and the future efforts
of maintaining some degree of sustainability while running
a profitable enterprise.
Moderator: Sam Buff, Textile Technology Center –
Gaston College
Sostenibilidad /Cómo la Sostenibilidad Auxilia la
Industria Textil?
Many companies in the textile industry have embarked
on a path toward sustainability. This session focuses
on sustainability champions sharing their thoughts on
emerging technologies, latest trends and the future efforts
of maintaining some degree of sustainability while running
a profitable enterprise.
Moderador: Sam Buff, Textile Technology Center –
Gaston College
Featuring:
• Ian Rosenberger and Lee Kimball, Thread International
Topic: Using Recycled Materials to End Poverty
• Christo Stanev, EVNRU
Topic: Innovating for Sustainability the Story of
Regenerated Cellulose
• Dr. Magali Brown, Nicca Chemical
Topic: A Unique Approach to PFC-Free Water Repellent
Systems: Performance and Sustainability
• Timothy James Skedzuhn, Heiq
Topic: Water Repellency Without Fluorine – Learning
from Nature
• Q&A Session
Presentadores:
• Ian Rosenberger and Lee Kimball, Thread International
Tema: Horario a determinar
• Christo Stanev, EVNRU
Tema: Innovando para la sostenibilidad la historia de
Celulosa Regenerada
• Dr. Magali Brown, Nicca Chemical
Tema: Un Acercamiento Unico hacia PFC- sistema
de impermeabilidad: desempeño y sostenibilidad
• Timothy James Skedzuhn, Heiq
Tema: Horario a determinar
Q&A Sesión
8:30 am – 11:00 am
BONUS SESSIONS:
8:30 am – 11:00 am
Tuesday, May 3, 2016
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
How Technology Is Implemented Across the
Globe to Increase Productivity in the Apparel
Industry, developed by IAF
Panelists from around the world will debate if indeed
the attention of the industry is shifting to—some would
say back to—productivity improvements. During this
session it will be discussed how in different parts of the
world technology is being used to improve productivity;
questioning if this is all new technology, or simply a
reuse of existing methods that were tabled years ago.
This session will provide insight into whether large
improvements in productivity can bring back production
to high cost economies such as the U.S. and if this will
create a shift in competitive advantage, or if low(er)
cost economies will make the same investments and
retain their advantage.
Moderator: Matthijas Criettee, IAF
Wednesday, May 4, 2016
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Connecting Technical Textiles and Composites,
developed by Techtextil North America,
Texprocess Americas and JEC Americas
Learn how companies have made the connection
between technical textiles and composites. Three
industry experts will discuss their experiences during
an open forum panel.
Moderator: Steve Warner, Beaverlake6 Report
For the most up-to-date Symposium Sessions information, visit www.techtextilna.com.
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The following applies to all 12 icons of the Application Areas and corresponding terms.
SESIÓNES EXTRAS:
Agrotech
Martes 3 de Mayo, 2016
Horticulture and landscape gardening,
agriculture and forestry, animal husbandry,
fences, etc.
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Como la Tecnología es Implementada a través
del Mundo para Incrementar la Productividad
en la Industria de Prendas, dessarrollada
por IAF
Panelistas alrededor del mundo debatirán si de verdad
la atención de la industria se está volviendo hacia—
algunos dirían nuevamente a—mejoras de productividad.
Durante esta sesión se discutirá como en diferentes
lugares del mundo la tecnología está siendo utilizada
para mejorar la productividad; preguntándose si esto es
todo nueva tecnología o simplemente es la re-utilización
de métodos existentes que fueron tabulados años
atrás. Esta sesión proveerá una mirada para comprobar
si las grandes mejoras en la productividad pueden traer
nuevamente la producción a países de economías
de alto costo, tales como los USA y si esto creara un
cambio en las ventajas competitivas o, si las economías
de más bajo costo harán las mismas inversiones y con
ello mantener su ventaja.
Moderador: Matthijas Criettee, IAF
Buildtech
Medtech
Clothtech
Trade visitors: designers, engineers, components
suppliers, etc.
Automobile and shipbuilding, aircraft and space
travel, rail vehicles, motorcycle and bicycle
construction, etc.
Trade visitors: shoe and garment manufacturers,
designers, developers, etc.
Oekotech
Geotech
Trade visitors: environmental-protection engineers
and technicians, environmental-protection
authorities, special companies, etc.
Hometech
Technical components of furniture, upholstery
and interior furnishing, rugs, floor coverings, etc.
Trade visitors: furniture makers, designers, interior
designers, architects and planners from the contract
sector, etc.
Sporttech
Trade visitors: designers and manufacturers
of sport articles and equipment, etc.
Trade visitors: producers and processors of medical
requisites, medical devices, research institutes, etc.
Mobiltech
Trade visitors: road and underground engineers,
road and underground building companies, planning
authorities, municipalities, etc.
Conozca cómo las compañías han hecho la conexión
entre los textiles técnicos y los compuestos. Cuatro
expertos de la industria discutirán sus experiencias
durante un panel de foro abierto.
Moderador:Steve Warner, Beaverlake6 Report
Trade visitors: security engineers and technicians,
manufacturers of protective clothing, safety offices,
industrial safety organizations, etc.
Sport and leisure, active wear, outdoor, sports
equipment and outfits, sports shoes, etc.
Hygiene, medicine, rescue organization
equipment, etc.
Trade visitors: architects, civil engineers, planning
authorities, property developers, building-material
manufacturers, building companies, etc.
Underground, civil engineering, earth and road
construction, dam engineering, dump construction,
ground isolation, drainage systems, erosion
control and containment, etc.
Conectando los Textiles Técnicos y los
Compuestos, dessarrollada por Techtextil North
Americas, Texprocess Americas y JEC Americas
Protection of persons and properties, etc.
Trade visitors: processors and users of products
with textiles for all industrial applications, industrial
designers, developers, etc.
Technical components of garments, shoes,
bags, etc.
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Protech
Filtration, cleaning, mechanical engineering,
chemical industry, electrical industry, seals,
sound absorption products, etc.
Trade visitors: agricultural engineers, landscape
architects, horticultural engineers, agricultural
institutes and large organizations, etc.
Membrane, light-weight/solid construction,
engineering and industrial building, temporary
construction, interior construction, earth, water
and traffic route construction, agricultural
construction, etc.
Miercoles 4 de Mayo, 2016
Indutech
Environmental protection, recycling, waste
disposal, etc.
Packtech
TOP 10 APPLICATION AREAS
Indutech
60%
46%
45%
Mobiltech
Geotech
34%
50%
Buildtech
Protech
41%
53%
Hometech
Sporttech
Packaging, protective cover systems, sacks,
big bags, storage systems, etc.
Trade visitors: packaging industry, developers,
buyers from major commercial and industrial
companies, etc.
Clothtech
Medtech
51%
65%
39%
Agrotech
Source: 2014 Techtextil North America Exhibitor Survey
© 1996 Techtextil, Messe Frankfurt Exhibition GmbH.
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Product Categories
• International institutions
• National research institutes
• Universities and polytechnics
• Industrial research centers
• Planning and consulting companies
• Research, development, planning,
and services
2. Technology, Machinery
and Accessories
• Production processes
• Processing technology
• Machines and equipment
• Surface treatment machinery
• Coating equipment
• Laminating and coating equipment
• Bonding and separating technology
• CMT (Cutting, Making, Trimming)
• Control and monitoring methods
• Purification and regeneration
technology
• Disposal and recycling technology
• Technical accessories
• Laboratory and measuring equipment
• Quality Assurance
• Machinery for the production of
man-made filaments and fibres and
for filaments treatment
• Automatic doffing, piecing and
transport systems
• Winding and reeling machinery
• Yarn steaming, setting and moistening
machinery
• Texturing, bulking and crimping
machinery
• Doubling and twisting machinery for
staple fibre yarns
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• Doubling and twisting machinery for
filament yarns
• Cordage and rope making machinery
• Machinery for web formation,
nonwovens and felting and
accessories
• Auxiliary machinery and devices
• Transport, Handling and Packaging
Equipment
• Equipment for liquid, solid and
air recycling
• Software for design, data monitoring,
and processing
(CAD/CAM/CIM) and integrated
production
• Automatic controls and data collection
systems, including process controls
• Machines, apparatus, accessories,
supplies, services required in the
general maintenance of plants and
equipment
• Weaving preparatory machinery
• Weaving machinery for
special purposes
• Shedding machinery and shedding
programming devices
• Preparatory machinery for knitting and
hosiery
• Circular knitting machinery
• Flat and warp knitting machinery
• Dry and wet pre-treatment machinery
• Yarn dyeing machines and apparatus
• Printing Machinery
• Water extraction machines
• Tentering and drying machines
• Finishing machines
• Mill and process supplies
for weaving, knitting, and
finishing plants
• Dyestuffs and chemical products for
the textile industry
• Equipment and products to ensure
machinery and plant operations
• Other machinery and/or other
accessories
• Technology, processes, and
accessories
3. Fibers and Yarns
• Man-made fibers
• Yarns (man-made)
• Monofilaments (man-made)
• All (man-made)
• Flock fibers
• Glass fibers
• Glass monofilaments
• Glass roving
• Glass, all
• Metal fibers
• Metal yarns
• Natural fibers
• Other fibers
• Other yarns
•Monofilaments
• Fibers and yarns: general
4. Woven Fabrics, Laid Webs,
Braiding, and Knitted Fabrics
• Fabrics made of man-made fibers
• Fabrics made of natural fibers
• Fabrics made of natural fibers
• Laid webs made of man-made fibers
• Laid webs made of glass fibers
• Laid webs made of natural fibers
• Laid webs made of other fibers
• Braidings made of man-made fibers
• Braidings made of glass fibers
• Braidings made of natural fibers
• Braidings made of other fibers
• Knitted fabrics made of man-made
fibers
• Knitted fabrics made of glass fibers
• Knitted fabrics made of natural fibers
• Knitted fabrics made of other fibers
• Tapes, strings, cords: general
• Belts, ropes, cordage: general
•Nets
• Textile bonding systems: general
•Membranes
• Multi-layered composites: general
• Smart textiles (textiles used in or with
electronic sensors)
• Textiles made of recycled material
• Woven fabrics, laid web, braidings,
knitted fabrics, tapes, belts, nets,
textile bonding systems
7.Composites
• Reinforcing textiles
• Composite textiles
•Prepregs
• Structural components and moldings
• Fiber-reinforcing plastic for concrete
parts, pipes and containers
• Membrane systems
• Films and sheeting
• Textile-reinforced plastic for concrete
parts, pipes and containers
• Textile sheet products for laminating
with solids such as metal, plastic
and glass
• Composites: general
8.Bondtec
9. Functional Apparel Textiles
• Finishing processes
• Adhesive, sealing and molding
materials
• Laminating and coating materials
• Raw materials and additives
• Application processing
• Material pretreatment
• Plastics and other hardening masses
• Adhesive mixing and application
equipment, robot technologies
• Surface treatment technologies
• Plasma treatment
•Flocking
• Bontec: general
• New materials
• New finishings
•Membranes
• Wearable Smart Textiles (with
electronics and/or sensors)
• Wearable Smart Textiles (without
electronics and/or sensors)
• Materials with additional functions
• Textiles for future apparel
• Textiles with medical/cosmetic
qualities (wearable skincare,
cosmetotextiles)
• Textiles for professional +
protective clothing
• Textiles for sport + active wear
• Laminating technologies
•Coating
•Printing
•Finishing
•Functionality
5.Nonwovens
• Nonwovens made of man-made fibers
• Nonwovens made of glass fibers
• Nonwovens made of natural fibers
• Nonwovens made of other fibers
• Nonwovens: general
PRIMARY PRODUCTS
Woven Fabrics, Laid Webs, Braidings, Knitted Fabrics
38%
Fibers and Yarns
6. Coated Textiles
• Coated textiles
• Laminated textiles
• Tent fabrics
• Packaging materials, sacking
• Tarpaulin fabrics
• Awning material
• End-product manufacturing
•Accessories
• Synthetic leather
• Coated textiles: general
30%
Technology, Machinery and Accessories
27%
Nonwovens
27%
Coated Textiles
18%
Research and Development
8%
0
Source: 2014 Techtextil North America Exhibitor Survey
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20
30
•Nanotechnology
• Microsystems technology
• Wearable electronics
• Optical technologies
•Information/Communication
technology
• Testing technology and process
• Apparel concepts
• Processing and Ready-to-Wear
•Prototypes
• Interdisciplinary cooperation
• New strategies for marketing
• Other services
• Functional apparel technologies:
general
• Functional apparel textiles: general
10.Associations
• Associations: General
11.Publications
•Publisher
PREMIER
SYMPOSIUM
Basics
and Advanced
25%
Composites (reinforcing textiles, composite textiles, etc.)
INNOVATIONS
1. Research, Development,
Planning and Consultancy
40
Welding
WEB FORMATION
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2016 Exhibitor List
A.B. Carter, Inc.
Advanced Testing Instruments (ATI)
Advanced Textile Composites
Alexium, Inc.
American Cord & Webbing Co. Inc.
American Polyfilm, Inc.
Angles Textil, S.A.
APCM Manufacturing, LLC
Apex Mills Corp.
Atkins & Pearce Inc.
August Herzog Maschinenfabrik GmbH & Co. KG
Aurora Specialty Textiles
Balkan Tekstil Makinalari San. Ve Tic. Ltd. Sti.
Bally Ribbon Mills
Beaver Manufacturing Co.,Inc.
Bekaert Corporation – Fibre Technologies
BioThane Coated Webbing
Bluestar Silicones
Bolger & O΄Hearn
BondCote Corporation
BST ProControl
Card Clothing & Services, Inc.
Carolina Narrow Fabric Company
Chemique Adhesives
Coats North America
Colortex Usa
Conitex Sonoco USA
Covestro LLC
CTT Group
D&W Paper Tube
DAF Products, Inc.
Daikin America, Inc.
Dakota Coatings, Inc.
Devan US, Inc.
Dillon Yarn Corporation
Dino-Lite Scopes (BigC)
DNA Technical Fabrics
Dominion Fiber Technologies, Inc.
Ems-Griltech Americas
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Engtex AB
Enka De Colombia S.A
Enka tecnica GmbH
Erhardt + Leimer, Inc.
Fi-Tech, Inc.
Frankl & Thomas, Inc.
Galan
Gaston County Dyeing Machine Compnay
Gehring Textiles/Tweave, LLC
Genkinger Hubtex Inc.
Gentex Corporation
Glen Raven Technical Fabrics
Glenro Inc.
Graniteville Specialty Fabrics
Hahl, Inc.
HAS Group Makina Endustria A.S.
Herculite Products
Highland Industries
ICF/Glanzstoff Bohemia, S.R.O.
Ikeuchi USA, Inc.
Imex KL&C, Inc.
ISI Industrial USA, LLC
IT Supplies
Itema America, Inc.
J.P. Fibres
J.R. Corporation
Jain Chem Ltd. / Ulterion International
James Heal
Jason Mills, LLC
Jowat Corporation
Kleiberit Adhesives USA, Inc.
Klieverik Heli B.V.
Kluber Lubrication Na Lp
Kobe-Cz SRO
Kornit Digital North America
Kuraray America, Inc.
Kusters Zima Corporation
Lang Ligon & Co., Inc.
Leigh Fibers, Inc.
Leister Technologies
Lenzing Plastics GmbH & Co KG
Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Inc.
Lumat USA, Inc.
Luwa America, Inc.
Mascoe Systems Corporation
Master Textile Mills Limited
Mathis USA, Inc.
MDM NT SP Z O.O.
Measured Solutions Inc
Measurement Technology NW Thermal Division
Menzel LP
Mezger, Inc.
Mid South Extrusion
Milco Industries, Inc.
Miller Weldmaster Corporation
MiniFIBERS, Inc.
Monosuisse AG
Mount Vernon Mills
National Webbing Products
Navis TubeTex
Nexis Fibers
Ningbo Firewheel Thermal Insulation & Sealing
Co., Ltd.
Nonwoven Machinery USA, LLC
North Carolina’s Southeast
ONSE YALITIM IM. Sav. San. Teks Ve Müh Tic.
Ltd. Sti.
Patrick Yarn Mills, Inc.
Pennel USA
Pharr Yarns, LLC
Polyamide High Performance, Inc.
Polytex Plastics Co., Ltd.
Practix Mfg., LLC
Precision Fabrics Group, Inc.
Premium Industrial Machines of America
Prochimir
Protechnic
Providence Yarn Company
Qingdao Lion Machinery Co., Ltd.
Reliant Machinery USA
Rieter/Graf
Robatel, Inc.
Safety Components Fabric Technologies, Inc.
Sansara International
Scantarp Oy Ab
Schaetti America, Inc.
Schap Specialty Machine
Schenk Vision
SDL Atlas Textile Texting Solutions
Seaway Yarns Limited
Shima Seiki USA, Inc.
Slack & Parr, Inc.
Spun Fab Dry Adhesive Fabrics
Symtech, Inc.
Synthomer LLC
Syntor Specialty Chemicals, Ltd.
Taiwan Functional Textiless
Tajima America Corporation
Technical Coating International
Texel
TEXTEST Instruments
Textest, LLC
Textiles Omnes S.A
Trelleborg Coated Systems US, Inc.
Unifull
Valmiera Glass
Wacker Chemical Corp
Wetekam Monofilament USA L.P.
William Barnet & Son, LLC
Wolff Industries, Inc.
Worthen Industries
Zeus, Inc.
Zhejiang Hailide New Material Co. Ltd.
Zhejiang Hontex New Materials Co., Ltd.
Zimmer America
Zoltek Corporation
ZYEX Ltd.
“Techtextil
North America
has been inspiring,
informative,
well-orchestrated...”
– Marjorie Lloyd,
Neville Wisdom LLC
To learn more about exhibiting, contact Sales Manager, Carrie Kittrell:
+1 770 984 8016 x2414 [email protected]
*As of February 26, 2016
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Hotel Accommodations
Alojamiento de Hotel
Host Hotel: Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center
Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center
Please visit www.techtextilNA.com and click on the “Travel & Hotels” section
for the full list of hotels. Preferred Messe Frankfurt Inc. rates for hotels range
from $140-185 per night through April 14, 2016.
Para una lista completa de hoteles, por favor visit a www.techtextilNA.com
y haga clic en la sección “Travel & Hotels”. Los precios varían de $140 a $185
dólares por noche hasta abril de 14 de 2016.
Tourist Guide to Atlanta
Guia de Turismo Atlanta
When the show comes to an end for the day, why not enjoy a tour at the
Georgia Aquarium or the CNN News Studio, visit Fernbank Museum or Stone
Mountain, catch a concert at the Fox Theatre, view extraordinary exhibits
at the High Museum of Art, learn about America’s favorite soft drink at the
World of Coca-Cola or visit the Pandas at Zoo Atlanta? To learn more about
Atlanta, your host city, go to www.atlanta.net.
About Messe Frankfurt North America
As the world’s largest organizer of textile trade shows, Messe Frankfurt
covers the entire textile value creation chain, including apparel fabrics and
fashions; contract, home and technical textiles; as well as processing and
cleaning technologies. In all of the industry’s major markets and growth
regions worldwide, the events offer companies an ideal platform to present
themselves, establish new contacts, enter the market or generate export
orders. www.messefrankfurt.com
Cuando la feria se termina para el día, ¿por qué no disfrutar de una visita
al Acuario de Georgia o el estudio de noticas de CNN, visite el Museo de
Fernbank o Stone Mountain, asistir a un concierto en el Teatro Fox, ver la
extraordinaria exposiciones en el High Museum of Art, aprender más acerca
del refresco favorito de los Estados Unidos en el Mundo de Coca-Cola o
visitar los pandas en el zoológico de Atlanta? Para mayor información sobre
Atlanta, visite nuestra página web www.atlanta.net.
SPESA Event Spotlight:
College Football Hall of Fame
Co-located with Texprocess Americas
The international trade fair for equipment and technology for the development,
sourcing, and production of sewn products will run concurrently with
Techtextil North America. The opportunity to address additional visitor
groups provides tremendous value for textile and sewn products industry
professionals. Make the most of this enormous new potential for your
business. www.TexprocessAmericas.com
The most sought-after ticket in Atlanta
during Texprocess Americas is for the
SPESA VIP Networking Event. In 2014,
more than 450 people attended this unique
networking experience.
SPESA is pleased to announce an even
bigger, better and more unique event
for Texprocess Americas and Techtextil
North America 2016. The V.I.P Dinner
and Networking Event for today’s
fashion, sewn products and textiles
professionals will again be the “mustattend” event and will be held at the
new and exhilarating College Football
Hall of Fame (adjacent to the Georgia
World Congress Center).
About American Textile Machinery Association
Founded in 1933, the American Textile Machinery Association is the only
U.S. professional trade association devoted solely to the advancement
of manufacturers of textile machinery, parts, and accessories in the
textile industry. ATMA is headquartered in metropolitan Washington D.C.,
where day-to-day operations are provided by several professionals of
long-term tenure. www.atmanet.org
Co-located with JEC Americas
JEC is the largest composites industry organization in Europe and in the
world with a network of 250,000 professionals. JEC represents, promotes
and expands composites markets by providing global or local networking and
information services. JEC’s third annual JEC Americas Exhibition & Conference
in Atlanta will focus on the full composites value chain —from raw materials
to the manufacturing processes —and further underscores JEC’s unyielding
commitment to the Americas composites industry. www.jeccomposites.com
Thank you to our industry and media partners for their continuous support!
¡Gracias a nuestros socios de la industria y los medios de comunicación por su continuo apoyo!
This event is supporting the AAFA Education Foundation.
To buy tickets, visit www.SPESA.org.
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1600 Parkwood Circle
Suite 615
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Tel. +1 770 984 8016
Fax +1 770 984 8023
www.usa.messefrankfurt.com

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