Organized by the Polish Laundry Association (Stowarzyszenie Pralników Polskich) in partnership with CINET and supported by national associations and organisations from the CEE region, the main role of CEE-TEX is to strengthen the professional textile care industry in the Central and Eastern European region, through offering a knowledge platform and information package specially developed for the region. CEE-TEX aims to link PTC companies, their suppliers, national associations, as well as individual professionals and experts. All are brought under one roof to gather and exchange information, learn about the latest trends, technologies and developments.
CINET invites all its members to join the CEE-TEX conference, an event that is supported by national associations and organisations from Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia and Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania & Slovenia. Several international partners have also confirmed their support for CEE-TEX, as well.The partners who have so far committed themselves to the event are: Alliance, Clovin and Jensen are the Strategic Partners, Blunovation, Electrolux, Kreussler, Ecolab, Lapauw, Sovrana and VEIT as Gold Partners, Draco Surface Chemistry, PSPG, TZMO, Miela, Dozit Plus, Surfchimica and Dibella as Silver Partners, while Magielek, Andropol, Büfa, Christeyns, Allsafe, RTP, Datamars, Seitz, Comercial La Fabrica de Software and Kaeser Compresoren have confirmed the Bronze partnership.
See you in Warsaw 12-14 October!
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Presence of over 130 participants from 16 countries
CEE-TEX ’16 being the third event in a row proofs to be successful and sustainable. Supported by a firm group of international suppliers as well as 11 associations from the CEE-region the event turned out to be a great success. A full program of 17 expert speakers covered a variety of topics on cost effective and high quality, sustainable processing, innovative solutions, market changes and challenges and new business models in the region. The program was designed for retail textile cleaning as well as industrial laundry and included company and cultural visits resulting in many new personal discussions and relationships.