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ITMA Switches To Eight-Day Format Circular Knitters To Participate In 2003

ITMA Switches To Eight-Day Format;Circular Knitters To Participate In 2003Organizers of the 14th International Exhibition of Textile Machinery (ITMA) have announced that the show will run from October 22 to October 29, 2003, at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC), Birmingham, England. These dates represent a change from the traditional 10-day show to an eight-day format. The decision to shorten the length of the show applies to all future ITMAs.Maria Avery, exhibition director of the ITMA03 organizing committee, stated, Overwhelmingly, feedback has confirmed that a 10-day show is too long. We have acted accordingly and reduced ITMA03 to eight days, ensuring that the popular and busy weekend is still embraced. The reduced period also means reduced expenditure for both exhibitors and visitors.In other ITMA03 news, leading circular knitting machinery manufacturers have confirmed that they will take part in the show in Birmingham, instead of attending another show to be held at the same time in Italy. Avery said, Representatives of several leading knitting machinery manufacturers have visited the NEC recently, and have been impressed both with the facilities and the cost-effectiveness of the overall package we can offer we are delighted to welcome circular knitting machine producers as an important exhibit group. March 2001




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