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20/01/2015

All ingredients ready for another successful FILTREX™ Asia 2015

EDANA launches final programme for the leading filtration conference in Asia

With the purpose of meeting the ongoing demand for quality information and case studies on filters and filter media from across the globe, EDANA, the international association representing nonwovens and related materials, has launched the final programme of the FILTREX™ Asia conference and exhibition which will take place on 17th & 18th March 2015 in Hong Kong.

“Participants will find the same ingredients that have made the FILTREX series so successful, with more than 1,500 attendees in Europe and Asia (and the Indian Subcontinent) over the past 10 years”, said Pierre Wiertz, General Manager at EDANA.

Starting with a keynote on the “Present & Future of the Chinese Filtration and Separation Business” by Wang Yanxi, Chairman of the Chinese Filtration Society, the conference will review the latest developments in nonwoven filter media for the region and across the globe. Experts from market leaders will also feature a review of trends and innovations in air, liquid and automotive filtration. This comprehensive programme is complemented by a session on filter testing and standards.

“Opportunities for companies to present and discuss individual products and services with potential customers are included”, said Wiertz. “The tabletop exhibition is an important feature of all FILTREX™ events, and this will make FILTREX™ Asia 2015 not only the highest level conference this year in Asia for nonwoven filter media, but also a unique promotional opportunity for all companies with particular interest in the Chinese and Asia-Pacific filtration market”.

The convenient location of this edition of FILTREX in Hong Kong, sponsored by the Hong Kong Nonwovens Association and in cooperation with ANFA, the CFS and CNTA, is already prompting strong interest from global participants.

Please visit our dedicated webpage for this event. 
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