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INDEX 14 - The World's Leading Nonwovens Exhibition

Automotive & Road Transportation
Railway Vehicles & Infrastructure
Switzerland, Geneva

The theme of INDEX 14 will be knowledge transfer, illustrating how nonwovens advances in one field can inspire commercial success when applied to other applications.

Stand sales for the 2014 event are going well, rivalling those of the previous record year in 2011. Over 12,500 high-level trade visitors from over 100 countries are expected to attend the event, taking place in Geneva, Switzerland from 8th - 11th April 2014.

Spotlight on diversity of nonwoven opportunities
The growth in the uptake of nonwovens by a wider range of applications is said to be limited only by the imagination of the developers. The aim of the INDEX 14 show will be to illustrate the diverse fields in which nonwovens are used, and to illustrate how knowledge and technologies from one field can be successfully employed to provide future inspiration for other industries.

This theme of knowledge transfer will form a cornerstone of the INDEX 14 exhibition, taking part at Palexpo in Geneva,Switzerland from 8th - 11th April 2014, and demonstrate how the cross-fertilisation of ideas and know-how can be translated into new business opportunities.

Seminars, industry workshops and networking events will encourage participants to share their know-how and maximize the opportunities for creating valuable business contacts.

World-leading nonwovens event
At INDEX 11, over 12’500 professional visitors from around the world met in Geneva to see the latest innovations from the nonwovens market and to discover new technologies and exciting new applications areas to boost their businesses. Not only were visitor numbers considerable, but research shows that attendees at the event  are senior trade representatives with decision-making authority and budgetary responsibility, and come from over 100 countries worldwide.

At the last edition of this global nonwovens showcase over 530 exhibitors representing 43 countries in an exhibition space of over 50’000m2 showed the world the broad potential that nonwovens have to offer.