European Industry urges the European Commission to conclude the revised pan-Euro-Mediterranean Convention by the end of 2019

European Industry Associations representing a range of sectors wish to reiterate their support for negotiations on the revised pan-Euro-Mediterranean Convention (PEM Convention) and to see it adopted by the PEM Joint Committee at its next meeting on 27 November 2019.

Better together: the 2019 EURATEX convention consolidates partnership between the EU and Turkey and outlines future priorities for the textile and clothing sector

European and Turkish entrepreneurs, International experts, designers and policy makers came together today in Istanbul to discuss current and future scenarios in the textile and clothing sector.

EURATEX Releases Bulletin N°2/2019

EU export values hit record levels, thanks to dynamic growth in most product categories

EURATEX Convention 2019

The annual EURATEX Convention will take place in Istanbul on 1-3 October 2019.

EU-Mercosur trade deal opens opportunity for textile and clothing companies

EURATEX welcomes the conclusion of negotiations for a comprehensive and ambitious Free Trade Agreement between the European Union and Mercosur (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay).

EURATEX General Assembly

International experts present the challenges and possible solutions to tackle the issue of attracting young and skilled workforce in the textile and clothing sector

A new leadership team with an ambitious agenda

With the announcement of a new President and Director General, EURATEX prepares itself to promote and defend the European apparel and textile industry in the years to come.


The European Apparel and Textile Confederation (EURATEX)’s main objective is to create an environment within the European Union which is conducive to the manufacture of textile and clothing products.

European Textile and Clothing Sector consolidates satisfactory evolution in 2018

Technical Textiles continue their steady rise in the share of total EU textile production

The European industry and global leading fashion organisations begin the reshaping of the textile and apparel sector.

Simultaneously, a call for cooperation and new partnerships is launched from Frankfurt and Copenhagen, world’s leading meeting points for textile manufacturing and fashion.