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Asia Apparel Expo commences Feb 18 in Berlin
Feb '14
As the largest trade show in Europe representing Asian apparel companies, ASIA APPAREL EXPO, now in its third edition, presents 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 at Messe Berlin, from Tuesday 18 – Thursday 20 February 2014 brings together 212 experienced suppliers from seven of the world’s largest clothing producing countries and regions, Bangladesh, China, Hong Kong, India, Pakistan, Thailand and Vietnam showing a wide selection of quality garments and demonstrating their competence and experience in both design and production capability.
Asia remains the top destination for apparel sourcing with the top growth markets being Bangladesh, Vietnam, India and China, all providing low cost, high quality and stable product supply. Berlin as a key fashion capital located at the centre of Europe and the Asian manufacturers which lead the world with their investment in factories, supply chain infrastructure and training of the labour force employed in their apparel and associated industries provides the ideal combination to expand garment industry trading between East and West.
Over 2500 European trade professionals are expected to attend the trade expo from Germany, Poland, Spain, UK, Italy, France, Denmark, Czech Republic, The Netherlands, Russia, Sweden, Belgium and Portugal, along with visitors from Africa and the Middle East.
ASIA APPAREL EXPO provides Brand Manufacturers, Trading Companies, Wholesalers, Multiple Retailers, Chain Stores, Department Stores, Agents, Designers, Private Label and Buying O¬ces 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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