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About 1,000 exhibitors sign up for CISMA 2015
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Mar '15
CISMA 2015, which runs from September 23-26, 2015 in Hall W1-W5 & E1-E5 at the Shanghai New International Expo Center, will see around 1,000 exhibitors displaying sewing machinery and accessories.

Organisers of CISMA said world-famous brands like Durkopp , Pfaff, Brother, Juki, Pegasus, Yamoto, Bernina, Tajima , Barudan, Gerber , Lectra , Macpi, Sunstar, Goldenwheel, Siruba, etc, are participating.

Other companies like Hirose, Groz , Typical ,Feiyue , SGSB, Zoje , Jack , Gemsy, Founder, Highlead , Dahao, Maqi, Hikari , Shunfa, Precious, Protex , Weishi , Yin ,Sheen , Richpeace, Supreme , Desheng and Flying Tiger will also show their latest technologies.

“Organisations from Taiwan, Hongkong, Germany, Korea, Guangdong, Jiangsu, Shenzhen, Changli, Dongyang, etc., have submitted their clear intention to organise exhibitor pavilions.

In a press release, the organisers said the total number of exhibitors has not increased a lot compared with last edition.

But, said, it has a brand-new industry layout as sewing machines will be shown in the west 5 halls, while in W4 hall, there will be a special area for the theme zone, ‘Intelligent Sewing Solutions’.

Pre-sewing equipment will be displayed in hall E1 and alongside will be pre-sewing equipment such as CAD/CAM, cutting bed, laser equipment, and fabric finishing equipment.

According to the organisers, after-sewing equipment like ironing & finishing & hanging & distribution equipment will be shown in E2.

E3 hall will be a spotlight for embroidery machines with exhibitors making arrangements to showcase running machines to visitors.

Sewing spare parts will be shown in halls E4 & E5, considering that China has the world's most perfect sewing machinery parts and components supporting system.

“Along with the acceleration of internationalisation, the demand for more exhibition space from spare parts companies has increased,” the organisers observed. (AR)

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