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13
Jul ’20

Trade fair for industrial technology.

 
14
Jul ’20

 
21
Jul ’20

Designed for industry professionals with nonwovens experience or a technical background.

 
03
Aug ’20

International exhibition for the plastics and rubber industries.

 
31
Aug ’20

International exhibition for process, drinking & wastewater in Asia.

 
08
Sep ’20

Water industry show for Russia and Eastern Europe.

 
15
Sep ’20

The basics in nonwoven manufacturing and process knowledge.

 
15
Sep ’20

Highlights the methods water companies are using to ensure the goals and targets that have been set are reached and exceeded.

 
16
Sep ’20

Flood exhibition and conference.

 
24
Sep ’20

The second Taiwan International Water Week (TIWW) focuses on the sustainable use of water resources.

 
29
Sep ’20

Research, Innovation & Science for Engineered Fabrics Conference.

 
30
Sep ’20

Trade fair for powder & bulk solids processing and analytics.

 
01
Oct ’20

North America’s show for technical textiles and nonwovens.

 
13
Oct ’20

Designed for professionals seeking an advanced knowledge of nonwoven fabric properties and measurement.

 
20
Oct ’20

International nonwovens exhibition.

 
03
Nov ’20

Flood exhibition and conference.

 
10
Nov ’20

 
16
Nov ’20

Conference for absorbent hygiene and personal care professionals.

 
01
Dec ’20

A high-level overview of nonwoven processes, products, and opportunities.

 
01
Dec ’20

The basics in nonwoven manufacturing and process knowledge.

 
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