ShanghaiTex To Have Seven Theme ZonesThere will be seven theme zones spread across nine exhibition halls over 103,500 square meters of exhibition area at the ‘ShanghaiTex 2015’, which begins at Shanghai from June 15.

The Knitting and Hosiery Machinery Zone will have companies like Groz-Beckert, Karl Mayer, Santoni, Runyuan, Nan Sing, Taifan, Cixing, LG.L, Terrot and Mayer & Cie.

Other companies exhibiting in the zone are Memminger-Iro, Samsung KnittingNeedle, Wuyang (Changzhou), Xingang (Fujian), Jiangsu Jinlong, Yantex, Baiyuan (Quanzhou), etc.

“With the popularity of knitted sports shoes around the globe, various chinese sportswear brands have developed and launched their own knitted sports shoes,” the organiser sources said.

“From knitting machines to shoe upper machines, the market is at the forefront of a new technological revolution,” sources added.

The four-day event focuses on the applications of automated textile technology in different areas to help companies transform and upgrade.

Current sportswear products only emphasise on functionality, such as anti-bacterial, deodorant, anti-UV, moisture perspiration, etc. by adding certain agents to the fabrics.

According to the organisers, sportswear fabrics will innovate and improve in terms of production technology in 2015, such as fabric weight reduction, flexibility enhancement and pattern diversification.

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