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Foreword

Foreword

Thomas Waldmann Managing Director Made in Germany - innovations for successful textile business On behalf of the VDMA Textile Machinery Association, I cordially invite you to the "German Technology for the Vietnamese textile industry ­ Conference & Exhibition" taking place in Ho-Chi-Minh City on 6 and 7 April 2011. This two-day event will present machinery innovations and technology solutions comprising all fields of the textile chain. The event, dedicated to Vietnamese textile entrepreneurs and engineers, will be the only VDMA-supported conference & exhibition in 2011 before ITMA 2011 takes place in Barcelona (22 - 29 September 2011). Some of the leading German textile machinery companies will introduce their latest developments in the area of spinning, weaving, knitting, finishing and textile testing. In about 20 lectures, they inform about the inventiveness of textile machinery technology in order to achieve sustainable competitive advantages. Decision makers from the Vietnamese textile industry have the unique chance to find out about

Jennifer Höhn Head of Exhibitions and Marketing technical innovations to meet the increased request for quality products. The use of modern textile technologies is a precondition to lower production costs and to reduce energy consumption and material use. Throughout the last years, Germany has been one of the main exporters to Vietnam. From January to October 2010, German exports of textile machinery to Vietnam increased by almost 53 % to 21.4 million EUR. The Vietnamese demand for German textile technology has been particularly strong since August 2010. The conference is organised by the German Ministry of Economics and Technology. We cordially invite all interested textile manufacturers to join the event and to register now. The participation is free of charge.

Conrad Cappell Consul General of Germany in Ho Chi Minh City Germany is Vietnam`s biggest trading partner in Europe. With the bilateral trade having passed the 5 billions US $ mark in 2010 Germany`s trade with Vietnam is as big as that between France and the UK and Vietnam together. And with prospects of an GDP growth rate of 6.5 % in 2011 and 7 % in 2012 (World Bank estimates) bilateral trade and direct investment are expected to even further increase. Given that Vietnam is about to change the growth model and shift from quantitative growth to a combined quantitative-qualitative development prospects for the economic development look even brighter. Thus, wage-intensive productions will be shifted to a more and more qualitative production of high-tech products in the years to come. Textile products made in Vietnam are still the The textile symposium in April 2011 in Vietnam is a welcome event that I am convinced will make a key contribution to expanding the scope of German-Vietnamese trade relations. I wish the participants of this major event a fruitful discussion. Germany imported from Vietnam textile products in the amount of 436 million Euro in 2009. This figure clearly indicates that the textile related bilateral trade plays still a major role.

VDMA and its member companies are looking forward to meeting you for mutual and longlasting business relations. VDMA-German Engineering Federation Textile Machinery Association

main items next to shoes, coffee, pepper and seafood imported from Vietnam. Whereas machinery and especially textile machinery are the major items exported to Vietnam. In 2009, 20.3 million Euro textile machineries were exported to Vietnam.

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Lecture Schedule of the German Technology for the Vietnamese Textile Industry ­ Conference and Exhibition

Made in Germany - Innovation for successful textile business

06 April 2011

Time 08:15 - end 09:00 - end Registration of participants B2B-Meeting in the exhibition area

07 April 2011

Time 08:00 - end 09:00 - end Registration of participants B2B-Meeting in the exhibition area

09:00 - 09:30 Inaugural session

Grand Indochine Ballroom

SPINNING, WEAVING & TEXTILE TESTING Time Title Systems and Solutions for Narrow Fabrics Coffee Break Innovative spinning and winding technology for Vietnam Card clothing for high productivity, quality and economy Coffee Break Textile testing equipment - made in Germany Rieter Rotor Spinning ­ Economical and Flexible Solutions Textechno Rieter Dr. Guntram Kugler Dr. Stephan Weidner-Bohnenberger Oerlikon Schlafhorst Trützschler Card Clothing Oliver Posselt Herbert Mehl Company Hohenstein Textile Testing Jakob Müller Speaker Md. Kamruzzaman Torsten Achim Schmeck Company Rieter Oerlikon Textile Components Welker Spintech Speaker Jürgen Müller Joachim Herzig Claus Koch 09:00 - 09:45 Textile Safety 09:45 - 10:30 10:30 - 10:45 10:45 - 11:30 11:30 - 12:15 12:15 - 12:30 12:30 - 13:15 Company Trützschler Spinning Reseda Binder Oerlikon Saurer Oeko-Tex Speaker Hubert Kersen Tran Gia Huyen Jackson Ye Dr. Jean-Pierre Haug 13:15 - 14:00

Grand Indochine Ballroom

SPINNING Time 09:30 - 10:15 10:15 - 10:45 10:45 - 11:30 11:30 - 12:15 12:15 - 13:15 Time 13:15 - 14:00 14:00 - 14:45 14:45 - 15:15 15:15 - 16:00 16:00 - 16:45 Title Rieter Drawframes ­ Milestones in drawframe technology Coffee Break Texparts® PK SE Series - The most sophisticated and flexible pendulum arm available on the market Conditioning of yarns Lunch / Buffet Title High lights in spinning preparation Wax rolls and influences on wax application for Hosiery Yarns Coffee Break Twist and save ­ Economical production of technical textiles and tire cord on Allma twisting and cabling systems Oeko-Tex® - The Silent Seller

SPINNING & TEXTILE TESTING

Ben Thanh Ballroom

WEAVING Time 09:30 - 10:15 10:15 - 10:45 10:45 - 11:30 11:30 - 12:15 12:15 - 13:15 Time 13:15 - 14:00 14:00 - 14:45 14:45 - 15:15 15:15 - 16:00 16:00 - 16:45 Title Economical aspects of weaving accessories Coffee Break DORNIER weaving machines with practice-oriented innovations for future textiles The latest technology for weaving preparation Lunch / Buffet Title Innovative control systems for an efficient textile finishing Saving resources through advanced dyeing and finishing technology Coffee Break Warp knitting and technical textiles - Technology for your future Customer requirements in the textile value chain for the production of fine gauge fabrics Karl Mayer Groz Beckert Eddy Ho Scott Wernet Company Mahlo Sedo Treepoint Speaker Manfred Havenith Herbert Guebeli Lindauer Dornier Karl Mayer Rainer Roth Kevin Socha Company Groz Beckert Speaker Bruno Thalmann

FINISHING & KNITTING

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Participants

Participants

Groz-Beckert KG

Parkweg 2 72458 Albstadt Germany Phone: +49 7431 10 0 Fax: +49 7431 10 27 77 [email protected] www.groz-beckert.com Representative:

Groz-Beckert KG

Parkweg 2 72458 Albstadt Germany Phone: +49 7431 10 0 Fax: +49 7431 10 27 77 [email protected] www.groz-beckert.com Representative:

Jakob Müller Deutschland GmbH

In der Graslake 54 58332 Schwelm Germany Phone: +49 2336 47 99 0 Title: Fax: +49 2336 47 99 11 Systems and Solutions for Narrow [email protected] Fabrics - Jakob Müller Deutschland GmbH www.mueller-frick.com Representative:

KARL MAYER Textilmaschinenfabrik GmbH

Brühlstr. 25 63179 Obertshausen Germany Phone: +49 6104 40 20 Fax: +49 6104 40 26 00 [email protected] www.karlmayer.de Representative:

Title: Economial aspects of weaving accessories

Title: Customer requirements in the textile value chain for the production of fine gauge fabrics

Title: Warp knitting and technical textiles Technology for your future

Tan Toan Tam PTE. Co.

Nguyen Huu Duc Phone: +84 8 77 12 93 6 [email protected] Speaker: Bruno Thalmann Groz-Beckert, founded in 1852, provides precision components for all sectors involving the production of textile fabrics: Products for knitting, weaving, felting, tufting and sewing. The company has a workforce of 6,400 people and runs a large number of production company's worldwide. Mr. Bruno Thalmann, senior sales manager weaving will present on behalf of the Groz-Beckert group the topic: Economical aspects of weaving accessories. The objective of his presentation is to highlight the economical approach of decision making of reputed "unspectacularly" investments, e.g. weaving accessories. A concrete example of cost and effectiveness analysis between 2 kinds of heddles will show the impact relative to weaving accessories to the economy of a weaving production line. The lecture should help to reduce the illusion of the idea to save easy money when choosing low priced accessories. It will show, how expensive finally the effective costs may be. Speaker: Scott Wernet Groz-Beckert, founded in 1852, provides precision components for all sectors involving the production of textile fabrics: Products for knitting, weaving, felting, tufting and sewing. The company has a workforce of 6,400 people and runs a large number of production company's worldwide. Mr. Scott Wernet, senior sales manager, will present on behalf of the Groz-Beckert group the topic: Customer requirements in the textile value

REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE OF GROZ-BECKERT SINGAPORE PTE LTD IN HO CHI MINH CITY

Tuyen Nguyen Phone: +84 8 38 12 68 81 Speaker: Achim Torsten Schmeck chain for the production of fine gauge fabrics. In the production process for fine gauge fabrics on large diameter circular knitting machines, all components with influence on the textile value chain should be synchronized harmonically. Therefore, the right knitting machine needles, cylinders and flat parts have to be used. The use of the optimal oil is as important as the yarn, right up to the use of the right sewing machine needle in the making up. Global market leader in Systems and Solutions for the Narrow Fabrics Industry: Warping, CAD-Systems, Weaving, Knitting, Rope Weaving, Label Production, Textile Printing, Dyeing / Finishing, Make-up, Confectioning. For the production of ribbons, tapes, belts, zipper tapes, hook and loop fasteners, ropes, woven labels, gadget scarves, crochet tapes, lace products, nets, spacer fabrics, printed narrow fabrics etc.

Wellfirm Representative Office

D. Lin, Steven (Nguyen Dung Nam) Phone: +84 8 38 11 65 75 [email protected] Speaker: Eddy Ho Summary of presentation: - Overview of the Jakob Müller Group and its activities as a systems and service provider for the narrow fabrics industry. - In depth presentation of Jakob Müller AG's product range with the main focus on: · Label manufacturing systems · Electronically controlled narrow fabric needle loom (NH2) · Direct inkjet printing system for narrow fabrics (MDP2 MÜPRINT2) KARL MAYER Textilmaschinenfabrik GmbH is the world's leading manufacturer of warp knitting machines. As the leader on the world market, this company is the driving force for the entire sector. Through continuous development and integration of new technology Karl Mayer ensures that their customers achieve the maximum benefit. Introduction of Carbon fibre reinforced parts has enabled higher productivity. The 2 and 3 bar Tricot machines from Karl Mayer, often used for the produc-

C. ILLIES & Co. (Ho Chi Minh C.)

Detlef Pieritz Phone: +84 8 35 26 73 01 [email protected]

tion of lightweight nets have benefited greatly from these new technologies with increased performance and reduced operating costs. Also leaders in the field of Technical Textiles, Karl Mayer offer innovative and productive machines for Warp knitting with parallel and multiaxial weft insertion. Karl Mayer is a leading supplier of machines producing fabrics for the production of advertising boards, Tarpaulins,reinforcing fabrics and Geotextiles.

Oeko-Tex® Association

Gotthardtstr. 61 8027 Zürich Switzerland Phone: +41 44 20 64 23 5 Fax: +41 44 20 64 25 1 [email protected] www.oeko-tex.com Representative:

Hohenstein Textile Testing Institute GmbH & Co. KG

Schloss Hohenstein 74357 Bönnigheim Germany Phone: +49 7143 27 10 Fax: +49 7143 27 15 1 [email protected] www.hohenstein.de Representative:

KARL MAYER Textilmaschinenfabrik GmbH

Brühlstr. 25 63179 Obertshausen Germany Phone: +49 6104 40 20 Fax: +49 6104 40 26 00 [email protected] www.karlmayer.de Representative:

Lindauer DORNIER GmbH

Rickenbacher Str. 119 88129 Lindau Germany Phone: +49 8382 70 30 Fax: +49 8382 70 33 76 [email protected] www.lindauerdornier.com Representative:

Title: Oeko-Tex® - The Silent Seller

Title: Textile Safety

Title: The latest technology for weaving preparation

Title: DORNIER weaving machines with practice-oriented innovations for future textiles

Hohenstein Institute Vietnam

Trong Khoi Tran Phone: +84 8 62 96 52 29 [email protected] Speaker: Dr. Jean-Pierre Haug The Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 is an independent testing and certification system confirming that textile products bearing the label are free from concentrations of harmful substances which could pose a risk to his health. The Oeko-Tex® member institutes with branch offices in 56 countries have certified more than 9`500 companies worldwide with millions of different products. The criteria catalogue for harmful substances includes the latest scientific findings and is continually updated. The test criteria and test methods are standardised on an international level and are widely included as guidance in terms and conditions of purchase and delivery right through to the retail sector. The Oeko-Tex® label serves as an additional quality assurance tool for the manufacturer. Speaker: Md. Kamruzzaman The Hohenstein Institute make up an internationally recognised research and service centre. Companies and businesses all along the textile chain, and in numerous other associated areas too, benefit from the skills of the Hohenstein experts in research, development, testing, consulting, certification and all types of training.

Hohenstein Institute Vietnam

Trong Khoi Tran Phone: +84 8 62 96 52 29 [email protected] Speaker: Kevin Socha At the Hohenstein Institute, a team of highly-qualified and committed staff work in modern, well-equipped laboratories for future improvements in textile products and services. Hohenstein Institute offer all needed services to make textiles safe. Textile Solutions. Textile Perfection. KARL MAYER Textile machinery for the Weaving Preparation The success story of the company KARL MAYER began in the year 1937. Today the German family owned enterprise is the worldwide market leader for warp knitting machinery and weaving preparation equipment. In the area of weaving preparation KARL MAYER melds the drive for innovations and high technology standards

C. ILLIES & Co. (Ho Chi Minh C.)

Le Van Canh Phone: +84 8 35 26 73 01 [email protected] Speaker: Rainer Roth with well established experience from traditional names such as SUCKER and BENNIGER. As a result customers benefit with tailor made solutions to meet every challenge in the weaving preparation from one source. The presentation highlights warp preparation for weaving with a focus on processing spun yarn for terry fabrics. Lindauer DORNIER GmbH has been a leading producer of weaving machines since 1950. The production range comprises rapier and air-jet weaving machines for all applications in technical textiles, home textiles and garments as well as for terry, EasyLeno and TireCord fabrics. Due to its intelligent positive filling insertion system, the guided filling transfer in the middle of the fabric, the DORNIER rapier weaving machine allows the trouble-free and twist-free processing of nearly all

Euroasiatic Jaya P.T.

Uwe Hetzert Phone: +84 8 38 45 42 88 [email protected]

kinds of yarns beginning from 7 den up to 3333 tex. Difficult to weave yarns such as carbon and aramide for technical textiles or nep yarn and fancy yarn for furnishings can be easily processed to highly dense or wide open mesh fabrics on the elaborate and reliable DORNIER rapier and airjet weaving machines. Also monofilaments, rovings or twisted yarns from glass or aramide as well as any kind of natural or man-made fibers are processed in optimum quality on DORNIER weaving machines.

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Participants

Participants

Mahlo GmbH & Co. KG

Donaustr. 12 93342 Saal/Donau Germany Phone: +49 9441 60 10 Fax: +49 9441 60 11 02 [email protected] www.mahlo.com Representative:

Oerlikon Saurer Zweigniederlassung der Oerlikon Textile GmbH & Co. KG Allma Product Line

Title: Twist and save - Economical production of technical textiles and tire cord on Allma twisting and cabling systems Leonhardstr. 19, 87437 Kempten, Germany Phone: +49 831 68 80 Fax: +49 831 68 83 20 [email protected] www.saurer.oerlikontextile.com Representative: Title: Wax rolls and influences on wax application for hosiery yarns

RESEDA BINDER e.K.

Mazmannstr. 38 72458 Albstadt-Ebingen Germany Phone: +49 7431 93 40 00 Fax: +49 7431 43 91 [email protected] www.resedabinder.de Representative:

Rieter Ingolstadt GmbH

Friedrich-Ebert-Str. 84 85055 Ingolstadt Germany Phone: +49 841 95 36 44 9 Fax: +49 841 95 36 89 5 [email protected] www.rieter.com Representative:

Title: Innovative Control Systems for efficient Textile Finishing

Title: Rieter Drawframes - Milestones in drawframe technology

C. Illies & Co.

Detlef Pieritz Phone: +84 8 35 26 73 01 [email protected] Speaker: Manfred Havenith Mahlo GmbH + Co. KG is one of the world`s leading manufacturers of monitoring, control and automation systems for not only the textile and allied finishing industries but also the paper, foil and coating sectors. This company in Bavaria was founded in 1945 by Dr. Heinz Mahlo, and has remained up to now a family-owned concern in the global marketplace. Due to the exorbitant rising costs for raw material, energy and water as well as the high expenses for pollution control it is more important than ever to keep an eye on these issues. The aim is to work together with the customer to identify the most competitive and cost-effective production solutions. The ultimate purpose of this strategy is to maximize ROI by reducing the usage of energy, raw material and human resources while optimizing quality, equipment utilization and work flow. Whether you need process control systems, product inspection, skew correction or web guiding systems ­ Mahlo always has the right solution. Speaker: Jackson Ye Energy accounts for the highest proportion of costs in cabling tire cord, and undoubtedly the trend toward increasing energy costs will continue. As market leader, Oerlikon Saurer, Allma Product Line, has reduced the energy balance over the machine generations by using energy-saving motors and optimized spindle geometries, and has thereby clearly countered increasing energy costs. Through close cooperation with customers, Oerlikon Saurer, Allma Product Line, understands their requirements and is able to create

CORVET HOLDING AG

Ông Huynh Quang Nhiem Phone: +84 4 37 72 16 78 [email protected] Speaker: Tran Gia Huyen optimum solutions to meet the requirements of tire cord manufacturers. In addition to tire cord cabling machines, the product range comprises two-forone twisting machines for technical yarns, which offer high flexibility and are most suited for processing all kinds of technical yarns made of single and plied yarns. In the lecture, Oerlikon Saurer, Allma Product Line, will inform about its latest innovation in tire cord cabling allowing for substantial energy savings. Reseda Binder e.K. was founded in 1913 and has remained a 100% family-owned enterprise ever since - in fourth generation today. It has been specializing exclusively in the research, development and production of paraffin wax rolls for the textile industry. These are used on spinning and winding machines for waxing yarn threads with the aim of minimizing yarn friction and optimizing its running characteristics. Due to this long-standing experience and the consistently innovative management, Reseda Binder has evolved into the world's leading manufacturer

CORVET HOLDING AG

Tran Gia Huyen Phone: +84 8 39 43 22 28 [email protected] Speaker: Jürgen Müller of paraffin wax rolls. The company is renowned for its unequalled product quality, advisory facilities, intensive customer care, range of services and flexibility. Reseda Binder produces paraffin wax rolls of all sizes and in quality standards matched to each customer's individual demands. Reseda Binder has developed several novelties during the past years that bring further advantages to our customers. Reseda Binder loves and lives with nature. It was with this in mind that it created, NATURAFIN. Rieter Textile Systems develops and produces machines and integrated systems for the processing of fibers to yarns as well as the production of synthetic fibers. In Ingolstadt, Germany, drawframes and rotor spinning machines are manufactured. Mr. Jürgen Müller, product manager drawframe at Rieter Ingolstadt, will inform textile experts at the VDMA symposium concerning the latest developments of Rieter Drawing Technology. Rieter is complementing its draw frame portfolio with the RSB-

Bentex Trading Co. Ltd.

Andrew Ngyuen Phone: +84 8 62 64 21 99 [email protected]

D 22 double-head autoleveler draw frame featuring a maximum delivery speed of 2 x 1 100 m/min. Its completely independent machine sides and autoleveling functions are a unique feature in a double-head autoleveler draw frame. Each head therefore produces exactly the same quality and output that have become the benchmark from the RSB-D 45 single-head draw frame. Further advantages are: reduced space requirements, low energy consumption and lower capital cost.

Oerlikon Schlafhorst Zweigniederlassung der Oerlikon Textile GmbH & Co. KG

Title: Oerlikon Schlafhorst - Innovative spinning and winding technology for Vietnam Carlstr. 60 53521 Übach-Palenberg, Germany Phone: +49 2451 90 51 00 0 Fax: +49 2451 90 51 00 1 [email protected] www.schlafhorst.oerlikontextile.com Representative: Title: Texparts® PK SE Series The most sophisticated and flexible pendulum arm

Oerlikon Textile Components GmbH

Maria-Merian-Str. 8 70736 Fellbach Germany Phone: +49 711 58 52 10 Fax: +49 711 58 52 15 9 [email protected] www.components.oerlikontextile.com Representative:

Rieter Ingolstadt GmbH

Friedrich-Ebert-Str. 84 85055 Ingolstadt Germany Phone: +49 841 95 36 44 9 Fax: +49 841 95 36 89 5 [email protected] rieter.com www.rieter.com Representative:

Sedo Treepoint GmbH

Neuwies 1 35794 Mengerskirchen Germany Phone: +49 6476 31 0 Fax: +49 6476 31 31 [email protected] www.sedo-treepoint.com Representative:

Title: Rieter Rotor Spinning ­ Economical and Flexible Solutions

Title: Saving resources through advanced dyeing and finishing technology

Lien Tam Lien / Tri-Union Machinery Vietnam Ltd.

Albert To Phone: +84 8 38 21 51 71 [email protected] Speaker: Oliver Posselt Oerlikon Schlafhorst provides its worldwide customers with innovative machines and concepts for ring spinning, winding and rotor spinning. More than 125 years of experience in a wide range of areas in textile machinery manufacturing are a great platform for the company and its customers. Oerlikon Schlafhorst has been the market and innovation leader in staple fibre technology for a long time and is the only supplier with the process competence to offer comprehensive single-source solutions from yarn to finished package for rotor and ring spinning technology to spinning mills worldwide. The Autoconer, Autocoro and Zinser names have become a byword for highest quality, productivity, efficiency and technology competence. Machines from Oerlikon Schlafhorst enable spinning mills to set a benchmark for yarn and package quality. With its innovative technologies and machine concepts, Oerlikon Schlafhorst is revolutionising the OE rotor spinning technology as well as automatic package winding. Speaker: Joachim Herzig Oerlikon Textile Components with the product line Texparts has again set the pace with the most sophisticated and flexible pendulum arm available on the market. The concept for the new series was easy. From all only the best combined with technology competence, innovative assembly methods and absolute perfection. This, among others, ensures the premium quality of Texparts® Drafting Systems. The six outstanding patented features of the new Texparts® PK SE Series - SE is a synonym for single element - have a direct impact on your spinning mill.

STD & S Co. Ltd.

Nguyen Quang Dung Phone: +84 8 39 25 72 07 std- [email protected]

Bentex Trading Co. Ltd.

Andrew Ngyuen Phone: +84 8 62 64 21 99 [email protected] Speaker: Dr. Stephan Weidner-Bohnenberger Speaker: Herbert Guebeli · A complete solution for dye house automation · Control the main areas: material, dyestuff and process · Saving potential trough material control before and after dye process · Color management integrated in Process management and ­ optimization · Most advanced technology in dye machine automation.

DAI PHUOC MACHINERY CO., LTD.

Nguyen Quang Phuoc Phone: +84 8 38 63 58 06 da[email protected]

Texparts® EasyDraft, Texparts® EasySet, Texparts® EasyFit, Texparts® EasyAdapt, Texparts® EasyHandle, Texparts® EasyIndicate Extraordinary flexible to use, absolutely simple to handle- it is a top class product with long service life and low maintenance. The presentation is describing the advantages of the new weighting arm concept. Supported by values out of the praxis. All Quality Determining Components from One Source.

Rieter offers systems solutions from bale to yarn and all spinning technologies: Com4 ® compact ring spinning, standard ring spinning, semi automated and automated rotor spinning and airjet spinning. Priority is on quality and customer care. Within this context, the speech will point out the latest technical developments in rotor spinning and their application. Rieter rotor spinning features high productivity combined with superior flexibility in terms of raw material and

yarn structure. The fully automated rotor spinning machine R 40, the longest machine in the market, offers state-of-the-art technology for manufacturing ComfoRo® quality yarns with minimum energy consumption. The semi-automated machine R 923 is specifically designed for economical production with manual assistance and combines high standards of yarn quality with very efficient machine operability.

· Total integration to optimize resources. · How to get carbon footprint information from dyeing/finishing process? · Energy management for and resources optimization in combination with dye house automation.

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Participants

Textechno Herbert Stein GmbH & CO KG

Dohrweg 65 41066 Moenchengladbach Germany Phone: +49 2161 65 99 0 Fax: +49 2161 65 99 10 [email protected] www.textechno.com

Trützschler GmbH & Co. KG

Duvenstr. 82­92 41199 Mönchengladbach Germany Phone: +49 21 66 60 70 Fax: +49 21 66 60 74 05 [email protected] www.truetzschler.de Representative:

Title: Textile testing equipment made in Germany

Title: Highlights in spinning preparation

Tri Union Machinery Vietnam Ltd. Tam LienTuyen Nguyen

Albert To Phone: +84 8 38 21 51 71 [email protected] Speaker: Dr. Ing. habil. Guntram Kugler Within the lection the scope of supply of the German company Textechno is shown, especially all testing instruments what can be used in Cotton spinning mills for testing the quality of the cotton fibers, the slivers, rovings and the yarns. Speaker: Hubert Kersen Trützschler is the specialist for fibre preparation in spinning mills. In Vietnam, blow room, cards and draw frames from Trützschler Germany are successful and popular as well. The machines are adjusted to each other and present the most economical concept in the world. One single compact blow room line processes up to 1200 kg/h, two lines - supplied by one bale opener - even 2000 kg/h. Since 2007, the high production card TC 7 has also been successful in Vietnam in many installations. Vietnam attaches great importance to manmade fibre processing. That is why we have developed a special man-made fibre card for high productions, the TC 7-Splus. The first machines are already producing here. The Trützschler draw frames TD 02 and TD 03 provide the high-quality sliver that is required by a modern spinning mill today. No other draw frame is as easy to operate and set.

In November 2007, about 550 delegates from the textile industry attended the Geman Textile Technology Symposium in HCMC

Trützschler Card Clothing GmbH

Rosenstr. 7­9 75387 Neubulach Germany Phone: + 49 7053 68 0 Fax: +49 7053 73 59 [email protected] www.truetzschler.com Representative:

Welker Spintech GmbH

Neugasse 3 67435 Neustadt/Mußbach Germany Phone: +49 6321 48 32 98 Fax: +49 6321 48 72 73 [email protected] www.welker-spintech.com Representative:

B2B-meetings in the exhibition area.

Title: Card clothing for high productivity, quality and economy

Title: Conditioning of Yarns

Location

New World Saigon Hotel 76 Le Lai Street, District 1 Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam www.saigon.newworldhotels.com

Tri Union Machinery Vietnam Ltd. Tam LienTuyen Nguyen

Albert To Phone: +84 8 38 21 51 71 [email protected] Speaker: Herbert Mehl Trützschler develops high production cards and high production clothing in parallel. Trützschler Card Clothing is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the most successful card producer. The entire experience from research and manufacture of cards flows into the development of card clothing. New metal alloys, innovative clothing geometries and developments for specific applications result from the cooperation between the developers of the cards and the developers of the clothings. However, clothings are only as good as the service. By their very nature they are subject to permanent wear. A well organised service is therefore crucial. Included in this are professional technological advice, regrinding of clothing and replacement of clothing, as is a well stocked spare parts warehouse for fast supply. Last year such a spare parts warehouse and service centre has been put into operation by Trützschler. Speaker: Claus Koch Welker Spintech is a worldwide known expert for conditioning, heatsetting and fixing machines. With more than 1.800 installed machines, Welker is the leading producer in textile steam technology with its machines CONDIMAT, CONDIBOX and VAPOMAT. Today the remoistening of yarns is a technological necessity. Faster weaving and winding machines, inferior cotton quality and

Midex Co., Ltd.

Nguyen Thanh Tung Phone: +84 4 35 37 79 38 [email protected]

unadapted climatisation cause yarns to be more drier. This is not only a loss for the spinning company but causes also significant problems in further processing in the knitting and weaving department. In a presentation about ,,Conditioning of Yarns", Claus Koch, CEO of Welker Spintech, analyses the problems and provides appropriate solutions.

Media Partner

Adsale ATA www.adsaleata.com

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Presented by Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi), Bonn www.bmwi.de

In cooperation with AUMA_Association of the German Trade Fair Industry, Berlin www.auma.de

Supported by VDMA ­ Textile Machinery Association, Frankfurt am Main www.vdma.org/textile AGTEK - Association of Garment, Textile, Embroidery and Knitting, Ho Chi Minh City www.agtek-hcm.com

Organized by IMAG - Internationaler Messe- und Ausstellungsdienst GmbH, Munich www.imag.de

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