ITMF

AcronymDefinition
ITMFInternational Textile Manufacturers Federation
ITMFInformation Technology and Management Foundation (Netherlands)
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The talks also touched on the possibility of cooperation between the ministry and the ITMF on establishing textile supply chains in various African countries in a way that will help raise the efficiency of national industry and enhance its competitiveness, the minister said.
"I had tried my hand at marbling during my student years at ITMF, and was exploring everything I came across -- from candle-making to textile-printing.
4, Ulm 1679 (RISM A/I P 2606), excerpt "O dulcissima virgo", from CD Klingende Kostbarkeiten aus Tirol 75 (Innsbruck: ITMf, 2010).
Beginning in Abu Dhabi on May 12 and ending in Kuwait on October 28, the ITMF 2009 will visit 10 other cities including Dubai, Riyadh, Casablanca, Ankara, Nairobi, and Johannesburg, playing host to more than 3,000 of the region's top ICT end users along the way.
A recently study by Switzerland-based International Textile Manufacturers Federation (ITMF) said by the end of 2020, China would produce $750 billion worth of garments up from the current $300 billion, half for exports and the remaining for domestic use.
This, according to Bassem Sultan, CEO of Alexandria-based Dyetex (NOTE--SPELLING IS CORRECT) and honorary treasurer of the International Textile Manufacturers Federation (ITMF), makes Egypt's knitwear sector competitive in global terms: "Bangladesh is maybe cheaper, but China not really.
This new equipment was firstly presented during the last ITMA and then at the ITMF conference has already received great interest from many customers, institutes and the other operators world wide.
The labour cost gap between Italian and Chinese yarn narrowed by around 30% between 2008 and 2016, to $0.57 per kg from $0.82/kg, according to International Textile Manufacturers Federation (ITMF) data.
The labor cost gap between Italian and Chinese yarn narrowed by around 30% between 2008 and 2016, to the US $0.57 per kg from US $0.82/kg, according to International Textile Manufacturers Federation (ITMF) data.
This new equipment that was first presented during ITMA and then at the ITMF conference, and has already received great interest from many customers, institutes and the other operators world-wide." says, Mr.
According to International Textile Machinery Shipment (ITMF)-2013) China imported 6.21 million spindles in 2013 followed by 2.19 million spindles imported by India and 546000 added by Pakistan.
This issue was highlighted at the recent ITMF Conference in Beijing and the ICAC Plenary Meeting in Thessaloniki with experts warning that stockpiled cotton can degrade over time.