North America’s only dedicated show for technical textiles and nonwovens
Techtextil North America assembles all vertical aspects of the technical textile industry: from research and development, through raw materials and production processes and finally ending in conversion, further treatment, and recycling.
What you can expect at Techtextil North America 2019
Innovation: Utilizing partnerships with academic programs, research institutions and industry associations, Techtextil North America has cultivated an environment that encourages innovation through the sharing of ideas and collaboration among industry leaders.
New business: With 150+ exhibiting companies, international media outlets and pavilions representing top contributors to the global textile industry, both visitors and exhibitors alike gain unparalleled exposure to new business opportunities and potential partnerships.
Diverse product groups: The product groups at Techtextil North America represent the entire value-added chain in the technical textiles and nonwovens sectors.
Education: Expand your expertise and gain a competitive edge through educational sessions led by industry experts.
I've been impressed with the diversity of suppliers at the show. I've met with companies from around the globe as well as those focusing on American made.
The Symposium sessions have been informative and interesting. It’s good to see where technology is going. I have been to the show in Frankfurt and I always get a lot out of the sessions, no matter the location. I am looking forward to next year.
We were very pleased with this year's show. We had visitors nonstop for 3 days - existing customers, new customers, customers bringing their contacts to our booth. We were able to make relationships with other exhibitors due to being the only exhibitor of our kind, providing a lot of new project opportunities. We are really happy with the turnout.
For such a short period of time, the show provided a great deal of value, and many visitors to our booth seemed to be inspired by the combination of science and creativity that our students offered.
North Carolina is home to 700 textile manufacturing establishments and a workforce of more than 42,000, making it the largest textile mill industry in the U.S., and the state is leading the way in nonwovens research at North Carolina State University’s Wilson College of Textiles.