Arville returns to leading international trade fair for technical textiles

Arville will once again take its place among the sector’s biggest names and  innovators at Techtextil 2019 in Frankfurt.

Representatives from our Sales and Technical teams will fly to Germany for the four-day event from 14 to 17 May to meet and talk to customers and partners, old and new, from across the globe.

We will headline our integrated manufacturing capabilities, covering the design, weaving, coating and fabrication of technical textiles – engineered for a wide range of demanding end applications including Defence, Aerospace, PharmaceuticalAutomotive and Industrial sectors.

Arville is a familiar and much sought-out presence at the high-profile bi-annual fixture, having been recognised as a key exhibitor at the event in previous years.

Arville’s designated location this year is new – Hall 3.1, stand G15 – and befitting of the brand’s growing status as an important player on the world stage.

Exhibitors at Techtextil will represent the entire spectrum of technical fabrics, functional apparel textiles and related technologies. Texprocess, the leading trade fair for the garment manufacturing and textile processing industry, will take place concurrently.

Our Head of Marketing, Andy Smith, said: “We are delighted to be heading to Techtextil again. It’s a crucial fixture in our calendar, providing a fantastic opportunity for us to showcase our ability to innovate, and discuss projects face-to-face.

“Some 65 years on from our beginnings when we started weaving uniforms for the public transport sector, Arville is now positioned as a ‘best-in-class’ specialist in the manufacture of technical textiles.”

Andy continued: “These events create real opportunities for us to engage with our customers at an early stage in their projects so they are better informed of just what can be achieved in terms of textiles developed especially with their application in mind.”

Arville’s ambitions for growth are being supported with a recent £1.2m investment in new weaving and warping machines.

This investment in equipment comes after successive year-on-year double-digit growth – and will meet a strategic need to boost manufacturing capabilities to keep pace with customer demand.


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