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Leading companies to focus on swimwear textiles at Intertextile
Oct '08
Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics 2008 will open 20 October 2008, with 25% more exhibitors than in 2007 set in an impressive 115,000 sqm of trade space - the largest show yet. Visitors will see the latest textile products from around the world, industry updates, trend-forecasting events, special pavilions and much more spread across 10 halls at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre, Shanghai, China.

The show runs 20 - 23 October 2008, with the first day open only to specially invited Exclusive Buyers, and includes 729 international exhibitors and 1802 domestic Chinese exhibitors.

The show features special country and region pavilions for exhibitors from Germany, Japan, Korea, Italy, Pakistan, Portugal, Taiwan, Thailand and Turkey as well as group pavilions led by Invista, Lenzing, Dow, Hyosung and Promos C.C.I.A.A. Milan. An entire hall will be dedicated to accessories suppliers and this year will feature a new product zone for lingerie and swimwear textiles.

As part of a focus on trend and design, visitors can see Trend Forums from both the Interstoff Asia Essential trend committee and Fabrics China. Upcoming trends will also be presented at an accessories display area in the Accessories Hall and many more as part of pavilions and zones, including the Italian Trade Commission trend area featuring famous Italian exhibitor products and a display area at the Thai Pavilion. Trends, design and industry updates will be discussed during a series of seminars held over three days of the show.

Two other major textile trade events are taking place at the same time as Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics: the technical textile and non-woven trade event Cinte Techtextil China (20 - 22 October 2008, also Shanghai New International Expo Centre) and Yarn Expo Autumn 2008 (21 - 23 October 2008, Shanghai International Convention Centre, Shanghai) for fibres and yarns.

Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics has become one of the largest and more important trade destinations for the apparel trade in the world. The show is organised by Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd and The Sub-Council of Textile Industry, CCPIT-Tex and the China Information Textile Centre.

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