Economic Recovery in Brazil Must Propel the Textile Digital Printing Market
After a recession period, the Brazilian economic activity has been gradually recovered, propelled by the high trust of consumers and entrepreneurs of the country. Following an optimistic moment, the textile sector expects production growth in 2019, followed by the textile digital printing sector.
In a perspective of improvement of the retail market and maintenance of the current cost standard, the textile sector expects to improve the margins from this year on. Leaders of entities of the sector foresee an advance of 3% in the production and 7% in the income, according to the Brazilian Textile and Apparel Industry Association – ABIT. However, the textile digital printing sector, appraised in 7.5 billion dollars in the global market will go through, according to the Digital Textile Forecast 2014-2019 of InfoTrends, a growth of around 34% until late 2019. According to Liliane Bortoluci, show director of FuturePrint, a printing technologies fair for silk-screen, sign and textile market, to be held at São Paulo, from July 10th to 13th, at Expo Center Norte – São Paulo/Brazil, the change of the mass production to more customized, colorful and complex printing designs is propelled by importers, brand owners and customers seeking exclusive quality products. “These, along with different operational benefits, such as reduced stocks and just-in-time manufacturing, are the driving force feeding the growth of the digital textile production”, adds the executive. “In a competitive and agile scenario such as the Brazilian one, the way to make a business survive is following the trends and reinventing yourself constantly. The ones working in the industry know that being always attentive to the trend in Brazil and in the world can be an important advantage to help on the decision-making, on the strategies creation and on the implementation of plans to take the innovations into your business. And that’s what we offer at the 2019 FuturePrint: a platform for debating trends, presenting novelties and doing business, contributing to foster the action sectors”, highlights Liliane.
For this 29th edition, 250 exhibitors representing more than 600 brands will present to the 40,000 visitors expected the most recent technologies and solutions in accessories, printers, equipment, machines, substrates/media, panels, products, paints, and softwares.
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Following the evolution and integrating the printing solutions and technologies in the silk-screen, sign and textile markets, the fair is brand new! Serigrafia SIGN FutureTEXTIL is now FuturePrint. We are still the same event, mainly focused on people, innovations, and added-value.
2019 FuturePrint Show’s website: www.feirafutureprint.com.br Date: from July 10th to 13th, 2019 Time: Wednesday to Friday, from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Saturday, from 10:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Place: Expo Center Norte - São Paulo/SP Contact info: email@example.com
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