Discover the Union des Industries Textiles (UIT) stand at Première Vision Paris!

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The UIT brings together the key players in the textile industry, from fabric manufacturers to accessory suppliers and designers.

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Strongly committed to the environmental and social transition, the French textile industry stands out for its values: it is decarbonised, with a reduced environmental impact; innovative, developing cutting-edge technologies and guaranteeing superior quality; and collaborative, promoting networking and partnerships.

Why you should visit our stand?

  • Discover the French collections through an exclusive selection of 200 samples of sustainable, high-quality fabrics: natural fibres, environmentally-friendly products, exceptional French fabrics (lace, silk, tweed), as well as innovative, technological and sports fabrics.
  • Meet our experts on the French textile offer, with personalised help with “French sourcing” and dedicated time for discussions and networking with the textile manufacturers attending the event. 
  • Get on board with innovation and technological advances in the sector thanks to AI, in collaboration with the Institut Français du Textile et de l’Habillement (IFTH) and Textil’IA start-up.
  • Talk to the European Textile Confederation, EURATEX, this year’s special guest on the UIT stand, to find out more about European textile issues.

Don’t miss this opportunity!
Visit the UIT stand – 5N30


UIT invites you to a talk on the theme: textiles and clothing, Europe’s major challenges, with Mario Jorge Machado, new President of Euratex and Olivier Ducatillion, President of UIT.

On June 9th, new MEPs were elected to lead Europe for the next five years. Major challenges lie ahead, and the textiles and clothing sector deserves particular attention. With two of the sector’s major players invited to take part, this talk will explore the battles they are already waging to make businesses competitive again and successfully tackle the ecological, energy and digital transitions they are facing.
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