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Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics 2019 commences today

Spring edition of Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics 2019 has begun today with larger product zones and country pavilions. This year’s spring edition is proving the fair’s growing recognition from worldwide suppliers who view these zones as gateways to the apparel market.

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Figure: Faruque Hassan, BGMEA Senior Vice President, and Ashaab Hassan, Project Coordinator, Giant Group with Tareq Amin, Founder and CEO, Textile Today at Textile Today booth in the expo.

Shanghai is a great city for business, and Intertextile is one of the busiest fairs that helps to find new clients.

Welcoming the VIP buyers and overseas media partners Wilmet Shea, Deputy General Manager, Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd, said, “This year, we open the doors for visitors to meet a strong line-up of sourcing options. Around 3300 high-quality exhibitors from 23 countries and regions will join us at this edition. The contribution is done by our valuable including pavilion organizers, associations and Messe Frankfurt sales partners.”

She also welcomed the great variety of new international exhibitors “again the show is going to be more sophisticated by having different zones like Accessories Vision, Beyond Denim, the Digital Printing Zone, Functional Lab, and Salon Europe, as well as in country and region pavilions. Not to forget over 2700 high-quality domestic exhibitors staying in different zones as well.”

With an increase in floor space and four new international exhibitors joined the zone this year, including Dessin & Cie from France, Linestudio from Italy, DMD Amsterdam from the Netherlands and Her Studio London from the UK, it’s evident that Verve for Design is enjoying increased popularity amongst worldwide exhibitors who view Shanghai as a prime business platform.

Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics 2019

For those seeking more European exhibitors, SalonEurope continues to bring the best of the European textile industry to China. Countries include Austria, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Turkey, and the UK. SalonEurope offers an ideal meeting platform for brands from all over Europe, which in turn attracts high-quality buyers.

“It is our second time here and I am very impressed with how great the visitor quality is. Although we are expecting to sell high-end products like the previous year. I think a large number of buyers will place orders. Compared to other fairs, I think there are more serious buyers here,” commented a Sales Manager of Ideas by Glarotex AG from Switzerland.

The expo is highlighting fringe. This edition the layout has been refreshed into three onsite venues in hall 5.1, each focusing on a different topic. The textile dialogue is featuring seminars on design and trends.

Forum space is focusing on sustainability. Also, business strategy and technology will be discussed. Over the next three days, a series of 25 seminars, 3-panel discussions, trend forums and a Digital Printing Forum will provide opportunities for networking and gaining further industry insight.

To create further support for international networking, the fair has also arranged 110 meetings through the business matching program.

Wilmet Shea welcomed buyer delegations from Bangladesh and Vietnam and invited all to join here in September for the 25th Autumn Edition.

Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics – Spring Edition 2019 is co-organized by Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd, the Sub-Council of Textile Industry of CCPIT and the China Textile Information Centre. The expo will be continuing until 14 March.

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