Inaugural Sportswear Pro underway at FESPA Amsterdam

Inaugural Sportswear Pro underway at FESPA Amsterdam

Sportswear Pro 2024 is currently underway at FESPA Amsterdam showcasing the latest garment production, design, and decoration innovations. With international exhibitors unveiling their cutting-edge technologies,

Sportswear Pro features a dedicated exhibition space covering all aspects of on-demand, customised sportswear production. From digital printing to embroidery and heat sealing, exhibitors demonstrate state-of-the-art solutions that promise to revolutionise the industry. Visitors can explore software solutions for process automation and supply chain management, gaining valuable insights into the future of garment manufacturing.

Alongside Sportswear Pro, FESPA Global Print Expo, European Sign Expo, and Personalisation Experience are co-located events offering a comprehensive showcase of specialty print, signage, and personalisation technologies. Attendees can engage with industry experts, discover new trends, and forge valuable connections.

At Sportswear Pro, exhibitors like Valadio from the Czech Republic showcase digital printing solutions for personalised products, including clothing, bags, and badges. Meanwhile, companies like Cre8iveskills, Tajima, and ZSK are unveiling cutting-edge embroidery innovations designed to elevate quality and efficiency.

German heat printing equipment company Stahls is drawing attention with its digitally printed UltraColor MAX, hybrid UltraColor transfers, and Hotronix heat presses. Additionally, user-friendly web-to-print software presented by Antigro Designer, Kit Builder, Optimus, Punch Cloud, and XMPie demonstrates personalisation's power in the digital age.

The exhibition focuses on sportswear and emphasises the synergies between sportswear and the wider printing industry. Exhibitors at the FESPA Global Print Expo, including Brother and Mimaki, are showcasing digital printers for customisation and finishing, showcasing the versatility and capabilities of modern printing technology.

In addition to the exhibition, delegates can attend the Sportswear Pro conference, where they can learn about the latest trends in manufacturing, production, sustainability, and innovation across the sportswear supply chain. The conference features insightful sessions moderated by industry experts, providing a deeper understanding of the evolving landscape of garment manufacturing.

The event also includes Personalise Make Wear, offering live demonstrations of end-to-end production and personalisation of sportswear and sports-related merchandise. Expert-guided tours, fireside chats, and catwalk displays provide a comprehensive overview of the technologies and processes driving the industry forward.

Michael Ryan, Head of FESPA Global Print Expo and Sportswear Pro at FESPA, expresses excitement about the event, stating, "Sportswear Pro 2024 is a platform for showcasing groundbreaking innovations and fostering collaboration within the industry. Attendees can expect to gain valuable insights, explore new possibilities, and be inspired by the future of garment manufacturing."

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