Boston Industrial Textiles Show, Manufacturers, Wholesalers

Boston Industrial Textiles Show

The International Industrial Fabrics, Nonwovens and Equipment Exhibition is one of the world's largest exhibitions of industrial fabrics and nonwovens and processing equipment.

The exhibition is hosted by the American Nonwoven Industry Association and is held every three years in the United States.

As a leading industry exhibition in the world, IDEA13 provides the best booth and communication platform for the world's non-woven fabric processing enterprises and technology exchange, trade circulation, new technology and new industries.

As an efficient industry association, INDA has tens of thousands of members in North America and around the world, including nonwovens users, manufacturers, suppliers and distributors.

This guarantees the professionalism and trade effect of the exhibition. The United States-based Nonwovens Industry Association (INDA) is an international trade organization for nonwovens and technical textiles.

Founded in New York on April 16, 1968, the Association collects and publishes real information as a non-profit organization of all member companies.

Provide a legally recognized and supervised forum to discuss and plan to address common problems in the nonwovens industry.

The first International Waste Nonwovens Exhibition, also known as IDEA, was held in Philadelphia in October 1971.

The conference arranged a special meeting for non-woven users, producers, suppliers and distributors to learn and care, providing an opportunity for the entire industry to showcase its products.

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