Sportswear Pro 2020 to Showcase Latest Solutions for the Global Sportswear Manufacturing Market
Friday, February 14, 2020
Press release from the issuing company
With less than two months to go, a host of international exhibitors are getting ready to showcase their latest technologies in garment production, design and decoration at Sportswear Pro 2020 (24 - 27 March 2020, IFEMA - Feria de Madrid, Spain).
The first Sportswear Pro event is geared specifically towards business decision-makers in garment production looking to streamline manufacturing processes, reduce inventory and waste, and enable on-demand and just-in-time production in response to shortening fashion cycles.
The growing line-up of exhibitors covers all aspects of production from digital printing and cutting, to embroidery and heat sealing, along with software solutions for process automation and supply chain management.
Michael Ryan, Event Manager for Sportswear Pro comments: "As the final countdown begins to our first show, we are getting a strong flavour of the many sportswear manufacturing innovations that will be on display for visitors in March. For this specific audience, and for visitors with an interest in garment production crossing over from the co-located FESPA Global Print Expo, these diverse exhibitors promise valuable insights into new business opportunities and enhanced production processes."
The synergies between print and sportswear production will be exemplified primarily by Print Make Wear, FESPA Global Print Expo's popular fashion feature, which will link directly to Sportswear Pro and focus exclusively on customised sportswear production. Visitors will be able to get an up close look at the garment production chain from initial design to final product, while also being given the opportunity to print a personalised sportswear garment on site. Kornit Digital, Roland DG and Gold Sponsor Mimaki are just a few renowned digital printing brands that will contribute towards the recreation of the live end-to-end production process for sports and athleisure garments.
Fellow Gold Sponsor HP (Hall 3- C120) will also have a presence at the event and will exhibit its digital textile printer, the HP STITCH S500. As part of HP's effort to help customers access work in expanding sectors of the wider textile print market, the HP Stitch S500 is designed for high-production operations and delivers fast, precise colour-matching, alongside efficient, simplified processes. These qualities make the HP STITCH S500 fully equipped to handle the on-demand customisation requirements of the sportswear manufacturing industry.
Laser cutting will also feature heavily, with innovations from several exhibitors. Seit Elettronica (Hall 3-C116) will show its Laser Bridge SL10, an advanced system for cutting and engraving that utilises galvanometric technology. It enables users to perform cuts and etchings on a wide range of fabrics and materials, integrating perfectly with embroidery machines.
Tajima (Hall 3-D121) will display two new embroidery systems: the TMEZ-SC1501, an advanced single head machine featuring full touch screen and Tajima iTM Intelligent Thread Management, and TMBR-SC1801, its first 18 colour system, as well as its first pickerless trimming machine.
Swedish manufacturer Perma Press AB (Hall 3-D122) specialises in heat presses and screen and digital heat-seal transfer systems, and will exhibit its range of environmentally friendly, stretchy soft heat-seal transfers for sportswear.
MACPI (Hall 3-D100), a Milan-based manufacturer of stitch-free technologies for the garment industry, will display its user-friendly, energy-efficient 336.59T hot seal taping machine, equipped with the 'cold chute' feature from previous models for standard textile applications, with an added 'hot chute' for more challenging materials. MACPI will also exhibit its Ultrasonic Machine, a system designed for fabric cutting, welding and decoration which, used in conjunction with the 336.59T, allows fabrics to be joined without any stitching.
Visitor registration for Sportswear Pro 2020 is open now at www.sportswearpro.com/registration. Visitors can register free of charge using promotional code SWPM207. Without a code, registration costs 40 Euros online and 70 Euros onsite.
The Sportswear Pro visitor ticket also gives free access to FESPA Global Print Expo, including the Print Make Wear feature and content programme, and to European Sign Expo.
For more information on Sportswear Pro 2020 visit www.sportswearpro.com.
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