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ITMA ASIA + CITME 2022 Online Visitor Registration Opens

01 July 2022: Online visitor registration for ITMA ASIA + CITME 2022, Asia’s leading business platform for textile machinery, is now open. Visitors who pre-register online on the combined show websites ( and before 19 November will enjoy special badge rates at a 40% discount. The early-bird rates are RMB 60 (US$9) for a five-day badge and RMB 30 (US$5) for a one-day badge. Standard onsite rates are RMB 100 for a five-day badge and RMB 50 for a one-day badge.

The 8th combined exhibition will be held from 20-24 November 2022 at the National Exhibition and Convention Centre, Shanghai. According to its show owners – CEMATEX and Chinese partners comprising the Sub-Council of Textile Industry, CCPIT (CCPIT-Tex), China Textile Machinery Association (CTMA) and China Exhibition Centre Group Corporation (CIEC) – the combined show has received a favourable response from the industry.

To date, it has attracted some 950 textile and garment machinery manufacturers from 21 countries and regions to apply for space. Among the international names who will be represented at the combined show are: CHTC, Dornier, Eltex, Epson, Fil Control, Fong’s, Groz-Beckert, Itema, Jeanologia, Karl Mayer, Murata, Oerlikon, Picanol, Rieter, Shima Seiki, Stäubli, Toyota, Trützschler, Tsudakoma, Uster, Vandewiele, Vanwyk and Wira Instrumentation.

Grossing over 120,000 square metres, ITMA ASIA + CITME 2022 will be an exciting showcase of the latest technologies. Exhibits will occupy the following halls at the venue:

  • Hall 3 – knitting and weaving machinery
  • Hall 4 – dyeing and finishing machinery
  • Hall 5 – printing, garment and spinning machinery
  • Hall 6 – spinning and nonwoven machinery, as well as chemicals other textile making machinery

Ernesto Maurer, President of CEMATEX said “Despite the setbacks caused by the coronavirus pandemic, companies are finding ways to overcome the challenges. They are very eager to tap new opportunities provided by innovative technologies, especially those offering sustainable benefits and productivity gains.” /

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