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Brazilian companies partake at Première Vision Paris
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Feb '16
Nine Brazilian companies are participating in the ongoing Première Vision Paris exhibition as part of Texbrasil, the internationalisation programme of the Brazilian fashion developed by ABIT in partnership with Apex-Brazil (Brazilian Agency for Export and Investment Promotion).

“It is very important to attend the event, first because of the importance of the event and also because Paris receives buyers and visitors from around the world during this period,” Texbrasil representative Rodolfo Yamada told Fibre2Fashion.

The Brazilian companies showcasing their products at the event are Cataguases, Elaia, Natural Cotton Color, La Estampa, Berlan, Savyon, Moltec, Britannia and Oficina Lamparina. The representatives of these companies are present at stall 6e4.

The three-day expo that ends on February 18 is being organised with an objective to seek buyers and visitors from around the globe.  This year, Italy, France, Turkey, UK and Spain are the top five of the total 52 countries participating in the show spread over 5,500 sq metre exhibition space.

The exhibition, which is witnessing participation of around 1,720 exhibitors, including spinners, weavers, accessory makers, design studios, tanners and garment manufacturers, is one of the largest fashion exhibitions in the textile industry, and presents the main trends in fabrics and new technologies. More than 60,000 visitors are expected to attend the event over the three days. (NA)

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