VDMA TFL : 35% order increase in 2021
VDMA TFL

35% order increase in 2021

(Source: Pixabay)
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Members of the Germany machinery association VDMA TFL were able to increase their order intake by 35% in 2021 compared to the previous year. In the sewing and apparel technology sector, exports by German machine manufacturers rose by 8% to €439 million. The most important export market from a German perspective was Poland, followed by the USA and France.
German suppliers of footwear and leather technology increased their exports by 16% to €47.5 million. Here, the main customer countries were the USA, France and Mexico. Exports of German laundry and textile cleaning technology also increased by 6% to €364 million in 2021. The most important export markets here were Poland, Turkey and the USA. From a European perspective, exports also recovered in 2021. Exports of Italian sewing and garment technology, for example, rose by 11.5% to €271 million, and Italian footwear and leather technology also increased by over 19% to €284 million. Spain was also able to increase exports of laundry and textile cleaning technology by 12% to €87 million.
These results were published by the German machinery association VDMA Textile Care, Fabric and Leather Technologies (VDMA TFL), Munich/Germany.
»Companies' order books are well filled after the pandemic-related decline in 2020. However, the ever-increasing prices for raw materials, the massive supply bottlenecks for preliminary products, the expensive and difficult transport conditions and the enormously increased energy costs are very challenging for many technology manufacturers. Added to this are now the unforeseeable consequences of the war in Ukraine.«
Elgar Straub, Managing Director, VDMA TFL

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