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90% of exhibitors return to Zoom by fatex
Jun '13
ZOOM by fatex, the trade show for ready-to-wear, accessories and household linen manufacturers in the Euro-Mediterranean region (western, Central and Eastern Europe, Morocco and Tunisia) and bolstered by Europe’s economic partners (Madagascar and Mauritius), remains faithful to its original concept.

When the show was first launched, its goal was to offer a consistent range of reliable, high-quality manufacturing, sourcing, logistics and services solutions to decision-makers from medium- and high-end clothing brands.

This has been achieved for the third time running: almost 90% of this edition’s 160 exhibitors have already exhibited at the show, providing a wide range of specialist businesses handpicked by Eurovet for their reliability and ability to meet the needs of the show’s visitors.

Although consistency is a key feature of the show’s clothing, lingerie, beachwear, supplies, accessories, household linen, footwear, textile accessories and leather goods offer, there have been some changes in the exhibitors’ geographical breakdown:

A growing contingent from Eastern Europe:

- This will be Romania’s second time at the show, with some 20 returning exhibitors.

- Bulgaria’s offer has been boosted by 4 new businesses from the Inter Moda Trading consortium. Moldova has a similar line-up to the last edition, returning with 6 clothing manufacturers.

- Aside from trade representatives, Croatia and Hungary will each be represented by one major operator.

- Poland is represented by shirting specialist Kanwas, a loyal exhibitor, and proof that when the quality/price ratio is right, the customers come knocking.

- Turkey returns with shirting from Doramafi Sicilia’s and knitted accessories from Onteks Tekstil to complete the “oriental” offer.

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