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  • About | Sustexnet
    In this sense SUSTEXNET will foster technology transfer and interchange of good practices among both regions promoting improvements in processes technologies machinery and use of new raw materials or rationalization of the use of resources waste generation Expected Project Results Increase in the competitiveness of the textile industry in the regions involved improving the quality of products and processes Reduction of the environmental impact of textile companies in the Mediterranean countries through sharing best practices and experiences and knowledge transfer Promoting of the efficient use of energetic resources by enhancing the use of native natural resources reduction of energy consumption and smart logistics Improvement and promotion of the processes of industrial wastes revalorization To foster the transnational cooperation among public and private organisations in order to promote innovation internationalization and specialised training in the textile industry To increase public awareness about environmental issues by implementing diagnostics at SME level To mobilise all actors involved in the productive chain including public authorities and consumers in order to encourage the implementation of strategies at cross border basin level To create a virtual tool with all the results of the project this will be yearly updated with the new advances and solutions of

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  • About | Sustexnet
    this sense SUSTEXNET will foster technology transfer and interchange of good practices among both regions promoting improvements in processes technologies machinery and use of new raw materials or rationalization of the use of resources waste generation Expected Project Results Increase in the competitiveness of the textile industry in the regions involved improving the quality of products and processes Reduction of the environmental impact of textile companies in the Mediterranean countries through sharing best practices and experiences and knowledge transfer Promoting of the efficient use of energetic resources by enhancing the use of native natural resources reduction of energy consumption and smart logistics Improvement and promotion of the processes of industrial wastes revalorization To foster the transnational cooperation among public and private organisations in order to promote innovation internationalization and specialised training in the textile industry To increase public awareness about environmental issues by implementing diagnostics at SME level To mobilise all actors involved in the productive chain including public authorities and consumers in order to encourage the implementation of strategies at cross border basin level To create a virtual tool with all the results of the project this will be yearly updated with the new advances and solutions of the

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  • Textile Sector | Sustexnet
    On the other hand rising environmental awareness is pushing to consider sustainability as a key element in production systems even in those countries with lower labour costs contributing to the security of producers and consumers and to the reduction of the environmental impact of textile sector which is energy water and chemical products being more intensive in the Northern Mediterranean region than the Southern region Events Monday February 1 Sun

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  • Textile Sector | Sustexnet
    On the other hand rising environmental awareness is pushing to consider sustainability as a key element in production systems even in those countries with lower labour costs contributing to the security of producers and consumers and to the reduction of the environmental impact of textile sector which is energy water and chemical products being more intensive in the Northern Mediterranean region than the Southern region Events Friday April 1 Sun

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  • ENPI CBC MED | Sustexnet
    Cyprus Egypt France Greece Israel Italy Jordan Lebanon Malta Palestinian Authority Portugal Spain Syria and Tunisia The Operational Programme approved on August 14 th 2008 by European Commission decision C 2008 4242 establishes a strategic framework of 4 Priorities jointly defined by the participating countries 1 promotion of socio economic development and enhancement of territories 2 promotion of environmental sustainability at basin level 3 promotion of better conditions and modalities for ensuring the mobility of persons goods and capitals 4 promotion of cultural dialogue and local governance Public and private actors organized in Mediterranean cross border partnerships are invited to submit projects proposals following the launch of public calls which will be largely publicized Main beneficiaries include regional and local public authorities NGOs associations development agencies universities and research institutes as well as private actors operating in the fields of intervention of the Programme As main decision making body the Joint Monitoring Committee composed of the representatives of the participating countries supervises and ensures the quality and effectiveness of Programme implementation and approves projects for funding The Joint Managing Authority the Autonomous Region of Sardinia Italy is responsible for the operational and financial management of the Programme It will be supported by a Joint Technical Secretariat an international bureau also located in Cagliari while a network of National Contact Points contributes to the promotion of Programme opportunities and results in the eligible territories The ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme has a budget of 173 million coming from the European Regional Development Fund ERDF and the Heading 4 EU as global partner of the EU budget Projects can be funded up to a maximum of 90 while partners have to provide a minimum of 10 co financing For more information on the ENPI CBCMED Programme please visit www enpicbcmed eu

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  • ENPI CBC MED | Sustexnet
    Cyprus Egypt France Greece Israel Italy Jordan Lebanon Malta Palestinian Authority Portugal Spain Syria and Tunisia The Operational Programme approved on August 14 th 2008 by European Commission decision C 2008 4242 establishes a strategic framework of 4 Priorities jointly defined by the participating countries 1 promotion of socio economic development and enhancement of territories 2 promotion of environmental sustainability at basin level 3 promotion of better conditions and modalities for ensuring the mobility of persons goods and capitals 4 promotion of cultural dialogue and local governance Public and private actors organized in Mediterranean cross border partnerships are invited to submit projects proposals following the launch of public calls which will be largely publicized Main beneficiaries include regional and local public authorities NGOs associations development agencies universities and research institutes as well as private actors operating in the fields of intervention of the Programme As main decision making body the Joint Monitoring Committee composed of the representatives of the participating countries supervises and ensures the quality and effectiveness of Programme implementation and approves projects for funding The Joint Managing Authority the Autonomous Region of Sardinia Italy is responsible for the operational and financial management of the Programme It will be supported by a Joint Technical Secretariat an international bureau also located in Cagliari while a network of National Contact Points contributes to the promotion of Programme opportunities and results in the eligible territories The ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme has a budget of 173 million coming from the European Regional Development Fund ERDF and the Heading 4 EU as global partner of the EU budget Projects can be funded up to a maximum of 90 while partners have to provide a minimum of 10 co financing For more information on the ENPI CBCMED Programme please visit www enpicbcmed eu

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  • Partners | Sustexnet
    white papers and organizing door knock missions It executes visibility activities and support to EuroMed and ENP processes and supports capacity building of economic operators EU Egypt Bilateral Chambers CEEBA coordinates the activities of the European chambers and business associations in Egypt and acts also on behalf of non existent bilateral chambers for EU member states For more information please check www ceeba org CETTEX The Textile Technical Center The Textile Technical Center CETTEX is a public institution with an economic interest under the supervision of the Ministry of Industry Energy and Mines Created since 1991 the Center provides an advisory role and expertise for Textile and Clothing industry and public authorities CETTEX offers a complete range of services for operators Technical assistance expertise research and development analysis and testing training and laboratory information It accompanies and supports companies in their technical managerial and organizational development and provides a constant support in their quest for growth and innovation CETTEX has a dynamic and qualified team and an extensive network of international partners that allow it to meet the needs and expectations of the industry and to meet his new demands For more information please check www cettex com tn CONFINDUSTRIA BARI E BARLETTA CONFINDUSTRIA Bari e Barletta Andria Trani is the local entrepreneurial Association of provinces of Bari and Barletta Andria Trani that take part in Confindustria system main organisation in Italy for representation of industries The Association aims at promoting social and economic development of these provinces highlight ing and protecting local industry role and entrepreneur s interests It orientates its activities in a strategic way for defending and developing the competitiveness of the local industrial system All that through its role of representation of associated enterprises in their relations with Public Institutions and private bodies as well as economic politics social and labor unions Organisations CONFINDUSTRIA Bari e Barletta Andria Trani facilitates the building of a ethical social awareness solidarity and cooperation between enterprises and inspires management education and entrepreneurial culture It participates with its representatives in many tables of public Institutions and private companies located in these provinces For more information please visit www confindustria babt it FEDERATION OF EGYPTIAN INDUSTRIES FEI The FEI was first established in 1922 and today it overlooks the operations and tackles the barriers facing the entire Industrial Sector This is achieved through 16 dynamic highly active chambers and 27 decision support committees that are constantly developing programs and services to facilitate and support the various industries within Egypt The FEI is home to 16 industrial chambers that represent the most active sectors within the egyptian business community The chambers act as the strategic organizational entity which labors restlessly in order to enhance the performance and productivity of the sector members in addition to provide tools that facilitate the overall commercial and business effectiveness For more information please check www fei org eg IVACE The Valencian Institute of Business Competitiveness IVACE The Valencian Institute of Business Competitiveness IVACE is a public entity

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  • Partners | Sustexnet
    papers and organizing door knock missions It executes visibility activities and support to EuroMed and ENP processes and supports capacity building of economic operators EU Egypt Bilateral Chambers CEEBA coordinates the activities of the European chambers and business associations in Egypt and acts also on behalf of non existent bilateral chambers for EU member states For more information please check www ceeba org CETTEX The Textile Technical Center The Textile Technical Center CETTEX is a public institution with an economic interest under the supervision of the Ministry of Industry Energy and Mines Created since 1991 the Center provides an advisory role and expertise for Textile and Clothing industry and public authorities CETTEX offers a complete range of services for operators Technical assistance expertise research and development analysis and testing training and laboratory information It accompanies and supports companies in their technical managerial and organizational development and provides a constant support in their quest for growth and innovation CETTEX has a dynamic and qualified team and an extensive network of international partners that allow it to meet the needs and expectations of the industry and to meet his new demands For more information please check www cettex com tn CONFINDUSTRIA BARI E BARLETTA CONFINDUSTRIA Bari e Barletta Andria Trani is the local entrepreneurial Association of provinces of Bari and Barletta Andria Trani that take part in Confindustria system main organisation in Italy for representation of industries The Association aims at promoting social and economic development of these provinces highlight ing and protecting local industry role and entrepreneur s interests It orientates its activities in a strategic way for defending and developing the competitiveness of the local industrial system All that through its role of representation of associated enterprises in their relations with Public Institutions and private bodies as well as economic politics social and labor unions Organisations CONFINDUSTRIA Bari e Barletta Andria Trani facilitates the building of a ethical social awareness solidarity and cooperation between enterprises and inspires management education and entrepreneurial culture It participates with its representatives in many tables of public Institutions and private companies located in these provinces For more information please visit www confindustria babt it FEDERATION OF EGYPTIAN INDUSTRIES FEI The FEI was first established in 1922 and today it overlooks the operations and tackles the barriers facing the entire Industrial Sector This is achieved through 16 dynamic highly active chambers and 27 decision support committees that are constantly developing programs and services to facilitate and support the various industries within Egypt The FEI is home to 16 industrial chambers that represent the most active sectors within the egyptian business community The chambers act as the strategic organizational entity which labors restlessly in order to enhance the performance and productivity of the sector members in addition to provide tools that facilitate the overall commercial and business effectiveness For more information please check www fei org eg IVACE The Valencian Institute of Business Competitiveness IVACE The Valencian Institute of Business Competitiveness IVACE is a public entity of

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