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Texworld to host 810 weavers from 24 countries
Jun '13
Fully booked! All the stands at Texworld have been booked, three months before the winter show!

By the end of last February’s show, many firms had already rebooked, encouraged by orders placed with them and new contacts they had made. Asian exhibitors who were prevented from attending in February by Chinese New Year are all returning.

New registrations from all over the globe flooded in from early March onwards and only halted in mid-May! The end of May and the show is fully booked!

“What fantastic news! We have received a huge number of enquiries compared to the previous shows, many companies are on the waiting list. Moreover, we have noticed a healthy increase in variety among the proposed collections. Our selection committee has chosen some very creative manufacturers with fine quality in various ranges,” reports Michael Scherpe, President of Messe Frankfurt France.

The exhibition will host almost 810 weavers from 24 countries with a comprehensive offer ranging from entry-level to very high-end. Texworld, as all other textile exhibitions organised by Messe Frankfurt throughout the world, responds to the demands of fashion professionals, who value these exhibitions, as they reflect the real situation in the textiles market and industry.

“Our textile exhibitions, not just Texworld but Intertextile, Techtextil and Heimtextil, are platforms that cannot be overlooked. They attract all manufacturers from the industry and professionals from the entire world who appreciate the variety, diversity, innovation and our expertise in this sector,” adds Olaf Schmidt, Vice-President of Textiles &Textile Technologies at Messe Frankfurt.

The ranking of the five principle exhibitor countries remains unchanged: China is still first, followed by Turkey, in second place since last February’s show. South Korea remains third; Taiwan is fourth, closely followed by India in fifth place.

New exhibitors for the coming Texworld in September launch collections for the winter 2015 season

The new exhibitors come predominantly from textile producing countries. South Korea, China, India, Japan, Hong Kong and Turkey will be unveiling their new collections for winter 2015 next September.

Messe Frankfurt

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