Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh, is all set to host three synchronous international trade fairs, showcasing products like garment accessories, textile machinery, yarns and fabrics, from January 13, 2013 onwards.
The three concurrent fairs will be attended by several manufacturing companies from South Korea, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, the US and the European Union.
Organized by the country’s leading tradeshow organizing companies Zakaria Trade & Fair International and ASK Trade & Exhibitions Pvt. Ltd, the 12th edition of Garmentech Bangladesh 2013 (one of the three trade fairs) will exhibit a range of finishing, fusing, pressing, ironing, steaming and knitwear equipment as well as embroidery, quilting, creasing, cutting and laying machineries by national and international manufacturers.
Simultaneously taking place with Garmentech Bangladesh 2013 will be the fourth Garment Accessories and Packaging Exposition (Gapexpo), which will feature garment accessories, raw materials, packaging and machineries to the domestic and international apparel makers.
Gapexpo plays a significant role in the development and up gradation of the country’s production facilities. Organized by the Bangladesh Garments Accessories & Packaging Manufacturers & Exporters Association (BGAPMEA), the event serves as a marketing platform for the local businesses to display their latest products and collections to the readymade garment exporters and buyers.
Concurrent with Gapexpo and Garmentech, will be the third international exhibition named Yarn and Fabrics Sourcing Fair, which would display garment accessories from Bangladesh and woven and knitted fabrics from India, China, Pakistan and Turkey.
The fair also addresses the sourcing needs of the Bangladesh clothing and knitwear manufacturers and exporters. With an exhaustive display of cotton blended polyesters, viscose, linens, wools, nylons, and linen and jute yarns, the expo is expected to attract importers, distributors, wholesalers, fashion designers and merchandisers from all over the world.