Textilegence November December 2019 Issue is Published

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Emre Yoleri
Emre Yolerihttps://www.textilegence.com
After completing his high school education in College St.Vincent in Belgium, Emre Yoleri returned to Turkey and has begun his university education at Gazi University, Department of Labor Economics and Industrial Relations. He left this department and completed Eskişehir Anadolu University Faculty of Business Administration. He is currently pursuing an MBA at Bahçeşehir University. Emre began his career in 2005 working in customer relationship, strategy planning and reporting departments in public and private sector companies and managed several projects. Yoleri has been working in international relations, project development, organization and writing at NEFA PR agency since 2015.

The leading publication of the textile and printing industries, Textilegence Magazine met its readers with the Textilegence November December 2019 issue. Covering the most important current topics of textile and printing industries’ supply chain in every issue, Textilegence also includes news announcing market trends.

Here are some of the news that are waiting for you in Textilegence November December 2019 issue;

  • The secret to one of Turkey’s most important textile manufacturers, Kahramanmaraş-based Matesa Tekstil’s success in quality control processes are USTER solutions,
  • Market-oriented assessments and opinions on new solutions of İbrahim İlhan, General Manager of Tecpro Bilgi Teknolojileri, which addresses several industries with the digital solutions they offer,
  • Important new product information provided by two key executives of the Truetzschler Group, who presented spinning and nonwoven solutions at ITMA 2019,
  • ITMA 2019Interview with Klaus Heinrichs, Sales and Marketing Manager of Monforts; a global brand that comes to mind when we speak about textile finishing,
  • Towards Dry Textile Conference organized by BTC Bilgi Teknolojileri and the new developments on the transformation of textile industry into a more sustainable structure,
  • Details about PRISMA, Loepfe’s new solution in yarn quality control,
  • Mimaki’s digital printing solutions for the packaging industry,
  • Printing solutions to be exhibited by Pigment Reklam at FESPA Eurasia 2019
  • Rossano Biancalani, General Manager of Biancalani provides important information about AQUARIA developed for textile finishing,
  • Information about SASA’s new textile polyester plant,
  • The advantages of the new TexCoat G4, developed by Baldwin Technology and installed at Boyteks and Adoksan,
  • New developments in global yarn and fabric production and trade,
  • Itema expanded its area of action with new acquisition
  • Lenzing Refibra Technology fibres that increase the recovery rate of the leading cellulosic fibre producer Lenzing,
  • Groz-Beckert’s felt and card products exhibited at Techtextil India 2019,
  • KARL MAYER at Techtextil India 2019 with TERRY.ECO knitting solution for technical applications,
  • FusionTwister, Saurer’s new solution exhibited at ShanghaiTex 2019,
  • Benninger showed Benninger-Küsters DyePad at ShanghaiTex 2019,
  • Rich product portfolio of Rieter Group’s yarn components brands Suessen, SSM, Novibra, Graf and Bracker exhibited at ShanghaiTex,
  • And much more editorial content…

You can read the Textilegence November December 2019 issue online at https://www.textilegence.com/en/e-magazine/

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