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AEPC's Source Zone Fair to help Indian garment makers
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Oct '12
After the overwhelming success of the second edition of the Source Zone Fair the Third Source Zone Fair 2012, will be inaugurated by Dr. A Sakthivel, Chairman Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC), at Apparel House Gurgaon on 5th November 2012. AEPC is once again ready to provide an opportunity and platform where the textile value chain comes together to network, source and propel the entire range of textiles materials for garmenting.

The Source Zone 2012 will from 5th to 7th November at Gurgaon Apparel House. AEPC will be hosting the fair which would provide an opportunity for buyers to analyze the widest spectrum of existing and emerging products and services at the best rates. It would be providing access to more than 10,000 buyers of fabric, accessories and services (ready-made garment manufacturers/ exporters). One to one interaction with the biggest garment manufacturers and exporters.

Speaking on the upcoming fair Dr. A Sakthivel, Chairman AEPC said, “AEPC brings you the Apparel House, South Asia's only permanent exhibition of high quality merchandise – ranging from menswear, leisure wear, formal and cocktail wear to women's fashions and children's wear”. Some of the best of India's apparel design, sourcing and manufacturing talent is showcased here for the world to come, see and buy.

"Well-laid out showrooms display not just the end fashion product, but a range of rich, sumptuous and high-quality fabrics made in India, a mind-boggling array of accessories and everything else required to produce the ultimate stylish garment of truly international quality at a competitive price, he added.

Source Zone is the only International show in India for manufacturers and suppliers of fabric, accessories and services organized by AEPC. 7000 members of AEPC are potential buyers of Fabrics, Accessories and Trims. It is a platform for the US$ 35 billion garment industry of export and domestic source fabrics, accessories and Trims for manufacturing garments.

Business potential

  • India's apparel industry (export & domestic) is approximately USD 30 Billion or Rs.1,35,000 Crore
  • India consumes fabrics worth USD 12 billion annually
  • India consumes accessories worth USD 3 billion each year
  • India has over 50,000 apparel manufacturing units

Benefits for an exhibitor

  • Enhancing and revitalizing your brand & network
  • Explore and tap global markets and trends
  • Interact and trade with thousands of top buyers/ decision takers at one place
  • Focused market strategy for better business conversions
  • Grab bulk orders at competitive rates
  • Finalize long terms contacts and credit policies
  • Network and establish one-on-one contact with India's top exporters
  • Maintaining customer relationships and meeting with prospects

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