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Sri Lanka-based MAS Fabrics to showcase at Galleria Intima
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Jun '13
Mr Timothy Speldewinde
Mr Timothy Speldewinde
Sri Lanka-based MAS Fabrics, a subsidiary of MAS Holdings, is set to showcase their latest line intimate apparel products including innovative range of fabrics, laces, elastics and accessories at the Galleria Intima 2013 - India’s Largest Sourcing Fair for Intimate Apparel Professionals. The event will be held on 23rd and 24th August 2013 at Grand Hyatt, Goa.

MAS Fabrics, a vertically integrated powerhouse from MAS Holdings, is a world leader in offering extensive range of services from design to delivery, with comprehensive supply chain integrations to cater to a global clientele.

MAS Fabrics is a venture by MAS Holdings, consisting of different backward integration ventures including Stretchline Elastics – World Leader in Quality Elastics, Trischel – Knitted and Wrap Knit Fabrics, Texprint – Printing Solution for Fabrics, Silueta – Foam Cup Manufacturer, Prym Intimates – Leader in Hook & Eye Tapes & Underwires, Noyon Laces – Fashion laces. These 6 companies put together are a one stop solution for Intimate Apparel Brands and Manufactures cross the world.

MAS Fabrics’ joint ventures with industry leaders such as Stretchline UK, Prym Intimates Group, Noyon Dentelles de Calais and Textprint SA has pioneered ground-breaking new developments in fabric, lace, elastic and accessories for intimate apparel manufacturers world over.

Catering to a global clientele that includes who’s-who of the apparel industry, MAS Fabrics is now looking to tap into India’s intimate apparel industry’s growing potential in an effort to cap the opportunity while it’s still ripening.

“As the world’s only complete raw material solution provider to the intimate apparel sector, MAS Fabrics is excited to be part of Galleria Intima 2013. It is the ideal platform to showcase how we at MAS Fabrics, bring together the innovation and manufacturing excellence of six best in class companies across fabric, elastics, bra cups, lace, accessories and printing to offer a one-stop-shop solution to leading lingerie brands and manufacturers around the world,” commented Mr Timothy Speldewinde, Head of MAS Fabrics, Sri Lanka.

This is the first time that a global market leader from within the intimate apparel supply chain end will be seen exhibiting their products in India, via Galleria Intima 2013 platform, organised by Intimate Apparel Association of India (IAAI). Spread across 20,000 sq.ft of exhibition area, this 2-day exclusive event is the largest of its kind from Indian intimate apparel industry.

MAS Fabrics will be featuring at Galleria Intima 2013, along with many other leading intimate apparel suppliers from India as well as abroad. Notes Mr. Rakesh Grover, President of Intimate Apparel Association of India (IAAI),“Participation of leading intimate apparel manufacturers and suppliers, such as MAS Fabrics, at Galleria Intima 2013 would open doors for better opportunities in terms of sourcing quality raw materials and finished products by aspiring intimate apparel brand manufacturers and marketers of the country. I am sure that it is not too long before members of Indian intimate apparel industry become the largest buyers from such globally renowned clusters.”

Apart from exhibits by leading manufacturers and suppliers of intimate apparel, the two-day industrial extravaganza will also play host to panel discussions by industry experts, planned B2B meetings, and an invite-only gala dinner, for coming together of leading layers from the manufacturing and supply end of the intimate apparel industry.

Intimate Apparel Association of India


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