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Asia Apparel Expo to be held from Feb 18-20
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Jan '14
As the largest trade show in Europe representing Asian apparel companies, ASIA APPAREL EXPO will again present a carefully-selected group of high-quality Asian companies with a wide range of 100% Made-in-Asia apparel products, covering men's, women's and children's wear, fabrics and textiles, as well as trimmings and accessories.

ASIA APPAREL EXPO will be held at Messe Berlin, from Tuesday 18 to Thursday 20 February 2014, and will bring together suppliers from the world's largest clothing producing countries and regions, Bangladesh, mainland China, Hong Kong, India, Pakistan, Thailand and Vietnam.

Pre-registration by attendees is double that of last year this time and the expo organisers are confident that the format and the value of this trade event are becoming more recognised within the European garment industry.

For its THIRD edition in Europe, over 250 experienced companies in the business of meeting demand from Europe for finished garments, contract manufacturing and private label development will be on show.

Over 225 Asian companies from Bangladesh, mainland China, Hong Kong, India, Macau, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, plus Jordan exhibited at the second edition in February 2013 with just under 2000 European trade professionals attending from Germany, Poland, Spain, UK, Italy, France, Denmark, Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Russia, Sweden, Belgium, Portugal and other European countries. 

ASIA APPAREL EXPO provides Brand Manufacturers, Trading Companies, Wholesalers, Multiple Retailers, Chain Stores, Department Stores, Agents, Designers, Private Label and Buying Offices an ASIAN SOURCING MARKET PLACE, right in the heart of Europe in BERLIN by bringing the best of Asian manufacturers to the doorstep of fashion and design, connecting buyers and sellers.

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