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Shanghai to host textile and apparel fair from April 16
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Apr '14
The Chinese city of Shanghai is all geared up to host the spring edition of the 10th international trade show for the textile and apparel industry ‘Shanghai Textile and Apparel Fair’ (STA), scheduled to be held at Shanghaimart Trading Center from April 16 to 18, 2014.

Organized by Shanghaimart and Shanghai Gehua Exhibition Service Company, the trade fair is one of the most events for the textile and apparel enterprises of China, Japan and Korea.

More than 100 apparel manufacturers and 300 original equipment manufacturers (OEM) and original design manufacturers (ODM) enterprises for the garment industry from the three countries would be showcasing their latest products at the fair to around 20,000 buyers attending the show.

The 10th STA fair would also have a special space dedicated to OEM and ODM interactive forum for apparel manufacturers to learn about latest equipments and cutting-edge design services for manufacturing garments.  

After the conclusion of the STA fair, Shanghaimart would also be hosting the spring edition of ‘Shanghai Textile and Fabric Trade Fair (STA Fabric), scheduled to be held from May 21 to 23, 2014. More than 300 domestic and international fabric manufacturers, especially from Korea and Japan, would be partaking in the event to showcase their latest products to 10,000 domestic and overseas buyers attending the fair.

Exhibitors at the STA Fabric fair would be presenting various new fabrics for different types of clothing, including shirt fabric, dress fabric, swimwear and lingerie fabric, denim fabric, womenswear fabric, casual fabrics, sports and functional fabrics etc.

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