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Korean Chungnamknit to feature cotton blends at Intertextile
05
Jun '08
More than 240 Chinese and international suppliers will exhibit their products 10 - 12 July 2008 at the Intertextile Pavilion in Shenzhen, China.

The pavilion is a special feature of the Shenzhen International Apparel Fair, a major apparel trade event in Southern China.

At the Intertextile Pavilion, textile suppliers from mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and the USA will display a full-range of textile products including man-made, silk, knitted and woven fabrics, apparel related services and accessories.

The show includes 8,500 sqm of trade space and last year attracted nearly 7,000 trade visitors.

From Korea, Chungnamknit will feature cotton blends including Cotton-BIO, Ecosil-rayon and Tencel-cotton.

Shin Hwa Plus offers circular knit and woven fabrics, and for accessories, Unique Corp will present rhinestone nailheads, spangle motifs, flocking and sequins transfers.

From Japan, Takisada-Osaka and Takisada-Nagoya represent one of Japan's leading converting companies, specializing in modern fashion fabrics in natural and synthetic fibres with sophisticated finishing.

Taiwan and Hong Kong will both feature suppliers with a full range of textiles from high-end items for evening and wedding to shirting and causalwear knit cotton.

On the technology and design side, visitors can see Gerber Scientific from the USA, which provides product development, computer-aided-design and computer-aided-manufacturing products and services to textile manufacturers.


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