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More than 110 companies to show at ApparelSourcing Paris
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Dec '13
The 6th Apparelsourcing Paris, that will take place from 17th to the 20th February 2014, will play host to more exhibitors than in February 2013! More than 110 companies from the largest manufacturing countries will be attending, including China, Bangladesh, India, Hong Kong, Pakistan, Turkey and Vietnam.

It is worth noting that Japan will be returning and France will also be represented. An increase of 55% compared with the February 2013 show.

All product lines will be available for knits, dresses and blouses, casual wear, sportswear, denim, shirting, suiting, outerwear, evening wear, loungewear, business clothing, formal attire, swimwear, corporate wear and accessories.

“The demand for sourcing is strong in Europe and always attracts international manufacturers as is demonstrated by this healthy growth at Apparelrourcing Paris. The exhibition continues to forge ahead and is refining its package of product ranges and services from one show to the next,” states Michael Scherpe, President of Messe Frankfurt France.

Only three years after it was launched, ApparelSourcing Paris has become a reference exhibition for procuring finished products in fashion and clothing, targeting buyers from Europe and the rest of the world.

With a concept that is unique in Europe, the suppliers are all grouped together on the same platform: sourcing close to Europe; short/ medium term sourcing with Turkey and long-term with Asia. It covers a wide choice of relevant collections and a wealth of services, from the more standard like CMT to the development of bespoke products.

With an exhibitor retention rate bordering on 85%, the exhibition attests to its relevance with regard to the demand from European buyers. The latter will find new products at the exhibition and all the answers to meet the requirements for producing their collections.

Messe Frankfurt

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